As a graduate, you should have at your disposal a proven mastery of abstract thinking, methodical, and transfer skills, project skills, as well as a sharp eye for connections interactions. These skills prepare you for a professional role in the fields of teaching and research, publishing, media, artistic and cultural mediation, cultural policy, cultural institutions and initiatives, museums, archives, as well as artistic, cultural, fashion, museum, and exhibition review.
There are many new career opportunities in the area of self employment, for which the project skills and independence promoted in this programme are very important. The established occupational fields traditionally require a further educational qualification. This can take the form of traineeships with publishers, media, and museums, or in other trainee programmes. This programme also prepares you for such requirements. In addition to well founded theoretical analysis, this programme also offers a project module, in which previously acquired research and mediation skills are further developed. For this reason, this programme is especially well suited as preparation for doctoral studies. PhDs can also be pursued within the scope of the doctoral study programme Cultural and Gender Studies.
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