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Graduates of the Master's study program in International Relations can find employment in a wide variety of fields such as diplomacy, in the United Nations and other international institutions, in the institutions of the European Union, international non-governmental organizations, journalism, in multinational companies, or they may establish their own companies. Interdisciplinary knowledge, intercultural and research competences, and multilateral communication and negotiation skills also enable graduates of the Master's study program in International Relations to change their career paths, for example by transitioning between the government and the private sector.

The programme assures strong qualifications for independent professional and analytical work in the field of European Affairs. Graduates of the European Studies master’s programme are employed in the EU institutions and other (European) international organisations, in the national governments, especially Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Ministries of European Affairs, Ministries for Economic and Social Development, Energy, Environment and Agriculture. Job opportunities are also offered at the regional level (municipalities and cities), in non-governmental organizations, the media, and increasingly also in business sector inside and outside EU.