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A master´s degree gives you a career path with great flexibility

Apply for your Master's Degree

After finishing your studies on the Master's Programme in European Studies you should apply for your degree. You apply for your degree at the Section of Degrees.

The degree description can be found here.

Job and career

The Master's Programme in European Studies seeks to give you deep theoretical knowledge and analytical skills relevant to face the complexities of European developments.

The Master's Programme in European Studies will prepare you for a career path with great flexibility. The educational content focuses mainly on the political and economic integration of Europe and fosters students to think independently and analytically about these subjects. These are skills that are valuable for both you and your future employer.

Some examples of professions and work places where alumni/previous students work

• Project developer, Kungsbacka municipality
• Desk Officer, Ministry of Justice
• Senior international advisor, Swedish National Audit Office
• Development manager EU/External financing, City of Gothenburg
• Phd-student, University of Gothenburg
• Public relations officer, Europahuset
• Market analyst, Swedish Energy Market Inspectorate
• Deputy Executive Director, Chapter Four Uganda
• Political Advisor, Prime Minister's Office
• Desk Officer, Ministry for Health and Social Affairs
• Youth Employment Officer, International Labour Organization (ILO)
• Director of research and education policy, The Swedish Association of Scientists
• International Coordinator, University of Borås
• Research Assistant, University of Gothenburg
• Project Development Officer, Interreg Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak
• Expert, TÜSİAD
• Press Secretary and Head of communication, The Olof Palme International Center
• Financial Counsellor, Permanent Representation of Sweden to the European Union

The alumni network

There is an alumni network for all former students at the University of Gothenburg. The Centre for European Studies and the Department of Political Science hope to maintain and develop a social and professional network with previous students. You are also welcome to contact Karin Andersson, alumni coordinator at the Department of Political Science.

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