Maastricht Graduate School of Governance
The Maastricht Graduate School of Governance (MGSoG) at Maastricht University is integrated within the United Nations University – Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT) in the Netherlands. Within UNU-MERIT, the MGSoG prepares students to engage with all aspects of governance in domestic and global organisations. More specifically, MGSoG prepares professionals and researchers for policy analysis, risk assessment, policy design, policy monitoring, policy evaluation and trains them in a diverse range of methods and techniques for intensive policy research. MGSoG is the centre for the institutes double degree- the Master of Science in Public Policy and Human Development, which aims to train public policy professionals and future leaders in the global community.
evaplan at the University Hospital Heidelberg
evaplan GmbH at the University Hospital Heidelberg is a consultancy firm that undertakes advisory missions and engages in operational research, project implementation and training in the fields of international health and social protection. evaplan emerged from the Institute of Public Health (now the Heidelberg Institute of Global Health) at the University Hospital Heidelberg and collaborates closely with other institutes and departments within the university. It incorporates more than 20 years of professional working experience from around the world. evaplan’s portfolio is largely based upon bi- and multilateral development cooperation, but also includes assignments within the EU member states. evaplan has a broad range of partners such as universities, non-governmental organisations and other consulting firms, spanning both the northern and southern hemispheres. Furthermore, it is able to draw upon the large international network of academics, policy-makers and alumni associated with the HIGH at the University Hospital Heidelberg.
AOK International Consulting
AOK International Consulting by KomPart provides consultancy services to political decision-makers, health insurance funds and health insurance projects abroad through cooperation with several partner organizations. They offer the placement of health care system experts in international projects and the organization of study tours and trainings for delegations from abroad. On this, they draw on the knowledge and technical experience of AOK, currently the largest German social health insurance fund with approximately 24 million insured individuals and over 60,000 employees in roughly 1,400 branch offices.