Career prospects

European Studies: Identity and Integration

Graduates of the Identity and Integration Master's programme are able to place contemporary cultural and political challenges in Europe, such as issues of diversity and multi-national and multi-cultural societies in a transnational and historical context, and to communicate a sustained analysis of these developments. They are trained to convey ideas across national, disciplinary, and policy boundaries, as:

  • Policy advisers for European, national and international institutions (corporations, NGO, government institutions) dealing with cultural policies, heritage and memory studies, and international understanding and communication. 
  • European and international commentators and researchers: in media, NGOs, policy-advice, think-tanks. 
  • Advisors, negotiators and researchers in cultural policy and identity issues.

Published by  Graduate School of Humanities

5 November 2014