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Euroculture prepares graduates for professions and research careers where knowledge of contemporary Europe and the European Union institutions are of relevance.

Due to the multi- and interdisciplinary nature of the Euroculture programme, its graduates find work in a broad range of sectors where expert knowledge of present Europe and European integration processes is required. A number of our graduates have also undertaken further studies on doctoral level.

The focus of the programme is on cultural and social developments, the political process of European integration, values, citizenship and cultural identity within Europe and its correlations with the wider world. Euroculture teaches students the methods and skills required to identify the European dimensions of social problems, to critically assess and interpret information about European institutions and organisations, and to understand the cultural aspects and factors that play a key role in the process of European identity formation and integration.

Below we have listed some examples of jobs of Euroculture graduates. Apart from these examples, approximately 13% of Euroculture graduates have undertaken further studies on doctoral level. There are also many alumni who, in the framework of the master, have been employed as a trainee for the UN, the European Commission or the European Parliament.

Overview of placement institutions

To give an idea of careers that Euroculture graduates might pursue, it's useful to look at the institutions where Euroculture students have completed work placements (internships) as part of their MA studies over the past years: Download Examples Euroculture placements.pdf