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Studying organizations from a cultural perspective

Having studied Culture, Organization and Management, the opportunities are diverse. All sorts of organisations are looking for your unique brand of culturally sensitive expertise.

Graduates from this Master’s programme go in any and every direction. Not least because almost all organisations are engaged in change processes and collaborative practices on an ongoing basis.

The programme’s international approach lends itself well to working abroad: around a third of our students research their thesis in another country, and a substantial number find work abroad afterwards. The focus on management is an obvious fit with consultancy, advisory and managerial roles – especially in situations where a people-focused approach is important. Plenty of graduates go on to find work in the public sector as well: from healthcare and medical professions to educational institutions. And of course some Master’s graduates continue their education and study related PhD subjects.

What can you do after your Master's degree?

Entering the job market

Having graduated with a Master’s degree in Culture, Organization and Management, your skills will be in high demand in many sectors.

  • Consultancy firms – you’d be particularly well suited to consultancy firms specialising in a human approach. Some of our graduates have started their own consultancies as well.
  • Management positions and traineeships in major companies – people who are culturally sensitive tend to make better leaders in today’s society.
  • The public sector, NGOs and international organisations – working on international issues like climate change or humanitarian aid, especially a role as policymaker or advisor.
  • Social work and medical professions – the healthcare sector, for example, has many complex issues that require an innovative, qualitative research approach to solve them.
  • Communication and external relations – bringing across complex information to an external audience in a sensitive way.
  • Research and education – in a broad spectrum of knowledge institutions.