As a faculty, we are proud of our alumni. We hope you will stay in touch with the faculty even after your studies. As a former student, you are part of a global network: in the Netherlands and abroad, in various positions and organizations. Are you curious about the experiences of others? In this menu you will find the experiences of various people who have ended up in different positions.
Networking is important. Do not give up too soon, it may take some time but don’t worry, it is not impossible to find something during this pandemic. Life goes on.
Alumna Elisa Ahovuori-Motta, International Relations and International Organization
You spend a number of years studying and it is a preparation for a future job and your professional life. You have to do that consciously and well-considered.
Alumnus Henk Cor van der Kwast, History
The skills I learned during the Master's Euroculture have shaped me into the person I am today.
Alumnus Giulio Baroni, Euroculture
Studying at the UG really challenged me and made me take further steps in academic and analytical thinking.
Iida Ahonen, Euroculture
I definitely use many of the skills I acquired during my studies. At my current work, I most often make use of academic writing, communication and European institutions skills.
Júlia-Janka Gáspárik, International Relations and Euroculture
The beauty about the International Relations Master’s degree at UG is that it prepares students well for a varied career in a range of industries and job functions. My own example is a case in point.
Rishi Raithatha, International Relations and International Organization
I really enjoyed student life, I always had a part-time job and I did committee work for the study association Commotie during my Bachelor’s studies: Communication nd Information Studies.
Hester Noord, International Relations and International Organization
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