"Being a human rights expert is one of the most fascinating new professions for people with various backgrounds. You need to have an open mind, motivation and empathy, and we provide you with the knowledge and skills you require to work in the challenging world of universal human rights.”

Manfred Nowak, Scientific Director


Short Facts

Academic degree
MA - Master of Arts in Human Rights
Duration
4 semesters (full-time)
Units
120 ECTS
Language
English
Tuition fee
EUR 20,600
Start
every year in mid-September
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Apply Now: Erasmus+ Traineeship

We are looking for a Programme Assistant (Erasmus+ Traineeship position) to join our team at the Vienna Master of Arts in Human Rights. Application Deadline: 30 November 2018

More information is available here.

Image Video

Last summer a group of students, alumni, artists and the team of the programme came together to create an idea for promoting and celebrating the Vienna Master of Arts in Human Rights. Eventually the idea took shape in the form of a musical image video. Read more.

 

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UN Global Study

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomes selection of our Scientific Director Manfred Nowak to lead New Global Study on Situation of Children in Detention. Read more

Student Activities

The Bridge is an officially registered Vienna-based NGO run by graduate students from the Vienna Human Rights Masters. Find out more about the Bridge, their activities and latest articles. Read more

Graduation and Inauguration Ceremony 2018

Congratulations to our Graduates and we welcome our 7th generation of students. Read more

Scholarship Award 2017

Hermann and Marianne Straniak Full Scholarship 2017 has been awarded. Read more

Kosovo Reports 2018

The student reports of this year's field trip to Kosovo are out now! Read more.


Humanitarian Award to Reina-Marie Loader

We are happy to announce that our graduate, Reina-Marie Loader, was awarded the Humanitarian Award - Outstanding Achievement for her work on the documentary film HORN. Read more

All Human Rights for All - Vol. IV

Our first publication of selected theses class of 2014 is out now. Read more.