A BSc in Law gives you direct access to the Graduate programme.
Jurists are able to enter many different job functions. In the law sector, a number of positions presuppose a MSc in Law. This is valid for e.g. judges and lawyers. Jurists are also employed in the police force and the prosecution. In addition, jurists can also seek employment in other parts of the public sector; the State, municipalities, regions at the health sector. A number of jurists are employed in the private sector, such as banks, insurance companies, in trade- and employee/employer organisations and NGOs.
The job prospects for trained jurists and lawyers are promising. There are many types of jobs and a comparatively low unemployment rate. At the Department of Law at the University of Southern Denmark, we find it important to regard the education as part of your overall life. We take continuous action to create more student jobs in the region, internships, practice subjects and work to expand the cooperation with our external partners in order for you to become acquainted with the places where you may seek employment after graduation. Several of our external partners have promised to do their utmost in order to guarantee you practical experience during the study. Furthermore SDU offers relevant counselling at the Career Centre.