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European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation

Career Opportunities

 

A survey on EMA graduates’ career performance gave the following results:

  • 29% were working in international organisations
  • 27% working in non-profit organisations
  • 17% working in Education
  • 16% working in government organisations
  • 10% working in other fields. 

 

The following percentages show the degree to which their current job is related to the EMA.
 

  • 44% of graduates work in a field closely related to the EMA.
  • 22% work in a field that is quite related to the EMA.
  • 19% work in a field that is not closely related to the EMA.
  • 15% work in fields that have little or no relation with the EMA.

The survey was carried out with 200 former students who responded voluntarily.
 

See questionnaire

Career Opportunities

 

A survey on EMA graduates’ career performance gave the following results:

  • 29% were working in international organisations
  • 27% working in non-profit organisations
  • 17% working in Education
  • 16% working in government organisations
  • 10% working in other fields. 

 

The following percentages show the degree to which their current job is related to the EMA.
 

  • 44% of graduates work in a field closely related to the EMA.
  • 22% work in a field that is quite related to the EMA.
  • 19% work in a field that is not closely related to the EMA.
  • 15% work in fields that have little or no relation with the EMA.

The survey was carried out with 200 former students who responded voluntarily.
 

See questionnaire