With a master’s degree in Cultural Sociology, you will be equipped with strong analytical and methodological skills. This will make you an attractive asset for public and private organizations that work with projects related to e.g. health promotion, human resources, poverty reduction measures, public administration, implementation and evaluation of welfare policies, rural planning, integration, and inter sectorial cooperation.
Until now, our students have mainly found jobs in public institutions, for instance municipalities, but also state departments, museums and within research and teaching institutions such as universities and professional colleges. Furthermore, some work for NGO’s, while others have found employment in the private sector, for instance with consultancy firms.
Typical places of employment:
- Local and regional authorities and public administration agencies
- Governmental departments
- Political organizations
- Cultural institutions
- Labor market and trade organizations
- Consultancies engaged with social or user-oriented innovation
- Research Institutes
- University careers e.g. PhD scholarships