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, private companies, NGOs and governmental and administrative institutions on a national, international and transnational level. Some examples of the career paths’ of our alumni are: Continuing with a PhD (with and without scholarship) Working for the European
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.
Institutes and Departments Listen Quick Reference Guide: Institute of Vocational Education, Work and Technology (biat) [...] of Special Education International Institute of Management and Economic Education Detailed overview of institutes: Institute of Vocational Education, Work and Technology (biat) Institute of Vocational Education, Work and Technology (biat) Institute of Aesthetical and Cultural Education Institute of Aesthetical and Cultural Education
should continue to be offered digitally. EUF continues to operate with restrictions On-site work is still not allowed; staff will continue to work from home office. At the same time, measures are being taken to enable staff to resume on-site work in the office as soon as possible, with suitable protective measures. The regulations for the slow return to in-person operations at EUF require a precise sense of proportion, a baby-step approach, and the constant weighing of all interests. Rest assured: we are working with the highest level of commitment at all points to follow implement