Euroculture graduates have built careers jobs in the fields of cultural management, government, research, journalism, policy-making, international business, NGOs, and European institutions. Others have found careers in academia, taking up PhD research in many fields in the humanities and social sciences.
Euroculture prepares its graduates – from all over the world – with a thorough grounding in the historical, religious, linguistic and cultural aspects that play an essential, but often neglected, role in the Europe of today. Our programme recognises that the power of culture, values and identities in modern societies calls for sensitive and well-informed professionals to work as diplomats, managers, administrators, policy makers, journalists and cultural professionals.
In order to satisfy this need, the programme offers a unique and high-level international learning experience. As a Euroculture student, you will:
- study issues that are related to European integration and European institutions from multiple perspectives, focusing on the citizen and culture rather than on abstract models and structures.
- learn about approaches and methods from different disciplines including social and cultural studies and international relations.
- study at at least two different universities in Europe and have the chance to do an internship or to attend a third university, including (for a selected group of European students) outside of Europe.
- study and socialise with people from countries all over the world and from a variety of cultural backgrounds.
- take part in an international summer school—Euroculture’s Intensive Programme—with around 100 participants from all partner universities.
- enhance your employability by developing your professional and academic skills and intercultural competences.