What does the programme lead to?
It is expected that the demand for well-qualified candidates with knowledge in regional, European, and international issues will be increasing. There will be possibilities for employment in areas such as:
- Public administration and business organisations at a regional, national, and international level
- Consultancies, NGO’s, development agencies, and advocacy groups
- Institutions within research and education
Graduates will be able to find employment in European and international institutions dealing with European or transnational problems, for example: The European Union, the Council of Europe, OECD, OSCE, Interpol, Embassies and permanent representations, state administration, and subnational authorities, Amnesty International, Transparency International.
Programmes created in dialogue with the business community
Common to SDU's social science programmes is that they are constructed in close dialogue with the business community, which makes them useful after graduation. Many of the programmes are internationally oriented, which ensures that you receive a diploma of international quality.