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Career prospects

Master's Pedagogical Sciences, track Youth at Risk

In the Master's track Youth at Risk students are trained to become leaders in the the field of youth care.

After completion of the Master's track Youth At Risk you have the knowledge and skills to become professionally active in working with youth at risk in different professional areas: policy, practice, and research and development of prevention and intervention programmes. You will receive the title of “Master of Science” (MSc.). 

Typically, students who graduate from this Master's track will be working as:

  • a coordinator of preventive health teams, overseeing the work of professional teams in preventive youth care or education;
  • a trainer or developer of evidence-based preventive interventions;
  • as a policy maker—on municipal, state, or national level—in youth care or educational contexts.