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Job market orientation

Studying Cultural Anthropology and Development Studies constitutes excellent preparation for a wide range of jobs. Graduates are employed for instance as officer or advisor for the central and local government, as researchers at universities, private institutions or at research institutes, as journalists, work for Civil Society Organisations, governments and multilateral institutions, such as the UN or the EU, or managers of NGOs. Topics our students are usually involved in are policy-making on the integration of ethnical minorities, refugees and asylum seekers

For more information about career prospects, see the following page: www.ru.nl/english/education/masters/anthropology-and-development-studies/career-prospects/