Career Prospects

Job opportunities for graduates in European Studies are to be found within a widespread growing labour market. Students can expect that there will be employment in areas such as:

  • regions or municipalities
  • co-operation/mediation between business organisations and public authorities regionally, nationally, and internationally.

In future we will see a growing demand for well qualified graduates with insight into regional and European problems. Therefore there will be new jobs opportunities in:

  • public administration,
  • private institutions,
  • educational institutions, such as colleges and universities
  • private actors and companies, including consultancy companies
  • Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs).

Graduates will be able to find employment not only in Denmark and Germany but also internationally, for example with:

  • The European Union,
  • The European Council,
  • OECD and
  • OSCE.

Graduates may also find job opportunities within supranational organisations and regional co-operational institutions working with European or transnational problems, for example:

  • The Council of the Baltic Sea States,
  • The Nordic Council,
  • The Central-European Initiative,
  • The Alpine-Adriatic co-operation or similar institutions.

Relevant job opportunities may also be found among the more than 150 different institutionalized or formalized cross-border co-operations in Europe.