Studying the PoSIG program enables students to acquire a wide circle of knowledge and experiences, which gives graduates greater opportunities for employment.
The program is mainly attended by students from European and so-called third-world counties, that are interested in returning to their home country after completing their studies. Graduates of PoSIG are trained to manage institutional changes and processes at the level of the European Union, at the level of national political systems, as well as at the level of regions and local communities.
Many employment opportunities open in particular in international and non-profit organizations, whose activities are focused precisely in integration processes and governance. PoSIG program graduates are trained to manage institutional changes and processes at various levels of government due to their distinct interdisciplinary nature.
Since this is a joint international program, it primarily monitors employment of graduates through its alumni, though the online application Mahara.