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Global Arts, Culture and Politics
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After graduation

With a Bachelor’s degree in hand, you can choose to enrol in a related Master’s programme or take your first steps on the job market. The programme provides you with the academic and research skills to engage with today’s global challenges and transitions.

As a graduate you will have developed unique academic abilities relevant to a career in your specific subject area, as well as a range of employment opportunities where a critical, curious, and independent disposition is essential. You may expect to work for: governmental institutions, museums, heritage foundations, educational organisations, in public policy and governance, in academia, in media or journalism.

Copyright: Greetje van der Werf
The right to participate freely in the cultural life of the community is an internationally recognized human right. Which histories of cultural suppression lie behind the establishment of this principle? What role can states play in protecting this right, at a national and an international level? Dr Tamara van Kessel

Master’s programmes

After your Bachelor’s, you can choose to specialise further by choosing a Master’s programme. Towards the end of your course, you will be extensively supervised in choosing a suitable Master's if you wish to continue your studies.

One-year Master’s programmes

Dual Master’s programmes

Research Master’s