Short courses European Studies

European Studies and International Relations

Where next?

Career prospects

Where next?

You could find work within the European Commission and multinational organisations as global business managers or EU liaison advisers. Roles our graduates have moved into include:

  • European commission administrator
  • business analyst
  • assistant international coordinator
  • translations coordinator
  • charity fundraiser

Work experience

Employment boosting opportunities

Employment boosting opportunitiesThis course allows you to take the Learning From Experience (LiFE) option, which lets you earn credits toward your degree for work/research placements, volunteer roles or internships undertaken alongside your studies. The option gives you the opportunity to enhance your employability skills, to reflect on the ways in which you've done so, and to learn to express this to potential employers.

Career planning

Finding a job is a competitive business, but the statistics show that 84.8 per cent of our 2012 graduates went into employment, further study or training within six months of finishing their degrees.

To make sure you take the right steps on your career path, we’re here to give you help, support and advice throughout your study. Even after you’ve graduated, we continue to give you support for up to five years.

Employers tell us that they want graduates to be able to demonstrate certain skills when they come out of university. Our courses take account of this. We make sure we prepare you for employment through work-related learning, projects, placements and working in simulated environments that are designed to prepare you for the working world.


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