Where will the studies take me? What will I be?
Tips on study and career planning.
Tips on CVs, job hunting, etc.
The jobs humanists do and tips on starting your own business.
This is where you can find information that may be useful when you have any questions about the job market and how you can get a job in your area of education. The information is arranged according to where you are in the process that takes you from the start to the end of your studies. If you have any questions or concerns, you can always ask a study counsellor for advice.
Many students wonder where their studies will take them. Explaining what "you will be" to parents, relatives and friends can be difficult. It is perhaps easier to say you are studying for a specific profession, but it is perfectly possible to say that you are studying to be a humanist!
Planning your studies and shaping your opportunities for a job in the area you would like. Information on work placements, field studies and studying abroad.
Information about graduating and applying for jobs or further studies. Taking stock of your capabilities. Practical information about writing CVs and cover letters, attending job interviews, etc.
Our former students are working as editors, researchers, translators, teachers, priests, project managers, culture critics, museum managers, archaeologists, communications officers... And much else!