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Master
Comparative Cultural Analysis (Arts and Culture)
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Careers

After completing this programme students will have acquired a solid understanding of cultural theory and valuable analytical skills. Depending on their expertise, graduates often find employment in the cultural or non-profit sector, for example as writer, editor, curator, organizer or continue their academic career as PhD researcher.

The job market

Alumni from the programme have started careers in:

  • Journalism and Online (News) media;
  • Museums and Art centers/galleries;
  • Academia, Publishing and Editing.

Skills

  • Analytical skills and critical and detailed analysis of cultural phenomena;
  • In-depth knowledge of contemporary critical theory across disciplines;
  • Academic writing skills and Presentation.