Career Prospects Job opportunities for European Studies´ graduates can be found within a wide ranging and growing labour market. Graduates shall be able to interpret and apply scientific findings and methods in professional practice. The programme prepares students for management and/or academic work at universities, non-governmental and governmental organizations as well as private companies on a national, international and transnational level. Some examples of jobs currently held by our graduates include: PhD student (with and without scholarship) Assistant
Study visit to Brussels From May 20 to 2019, EUS students had the opportunity to go to Brussels and visit the EU institutions and NATO. Through visits to the Commission, Parliament, Council, Ombudsman and the German Representation in NATO, our students could further their knowledge and see how European politics and policy-making work in practice.
fields of research, deepen their knowledge with regard to relevant internal and external EU policies in these areas, and offer practical insight to the work of a German think tank. Accordingly, the course [...] Working Papers Series, pp.1-52. Jacobs, K., & Spierings, N. (2018). A populist paradise? Examining populists’ Twitter adoption and use. Information, Communication & Society, 20(9), 1-16. Flaxman [...] will be taught online, the main readings and additional literature will be made available at the beginning of the semester. There will be weekly online sessions, group work, and continuous exchange
Prof. Dr. Tabea Scheel Listen Publications Book Scheel, T. , Gockel, C. (2017). Humor at work in teams, leadership [...] as role models: Effects of leader presenteeism on employee presenteeism and sick leave. Work & Stress, in press Scheel T. , Otto, K., Vahle-Hinz, T., Holstad, T. & Rigotti, T. (2019). A fair share of work: Is fairness of task distribution a mediator between transformational leadership and follower emotional exhaustion? Frontiers of Psychology , DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02690 Prem, R., Scheel