Our students get jobs
In 2023 an alumni survey was sent out from the Department of Political Science to former students, to ask them what they do after graduation. The results show that 95 percent of our alumni have jobs, work as trainees or as volunteers, started their own companies or have continued to study. 64 percent have permanent employment.
95 percent of our alumni are employed after their studies
In 2023, the Department of Political Science conducted an alumni survey to find out what our students do after graduation. We sent out a survey to roughly 1,000 alumni, former students, and 44 percent answered the survey.
The results of the survey show that 95 percent of our students have a job, trainee or volunteer position, started their own business or have continued to study after graduation. . Of those who work, as many as 64 percent are permanently employed.
Alumni who stated that they did an internship during their education entered the labor market faster than those who did not do an internship. 32 percent of the alumni, got a job before they finished the education. Most alumni, 50 percent, are employed in the public sector and 23 percent in the private sector. 19 percent of those who have studied at the Department of Political Science work abroad.
Work titles and work places
Some of the most common occupations in the alumni survey are:
- case officer
- committee secretary
The most common workplaces listed are:
- The Swedish Migration Agency
- The City of Gothenburg
- University of Gothenburg