Official Master's Degree in International Relations, Security and Development

Work placements

Work placements offer training to students to help them acquire learning strategies different from the habitual ones. Students choosing this module will dedicate 250 hours to working in one of the internationally focused public or private institutes participating in the programme. The purpose of work placements is to strengthen and broaden the skills acquired by students, either by working on the professional skills acquired in class or by developing new ones. Work placements help students become familiar with the labour market (sectors, areas, organisation and work practices, etc.) and elaborate their own strategies for future job opportunities.

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