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Master’s Programme in Political Science (MaPS)

A Master's programme with a lot of free choices

Lute Wilhelm from Amsterdam is a student in the Master's Programme in Political Science. This autumn semester she is doing an Erasmus+ exchange in Prague.

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MaPS offers an excellent course structure
Moving to Sweden was the biggest jump Joseph Akowuah from Ghana has ever made. Now he is one of our international students studying the Master’s Programme in Political Science (MaPS). The programme provides him with the skill set he needs to contribute to the social development of his home country.

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Noah met some of his closest friends at the University of Gothenburg
23 year old Noah Bell from Sydney in Australia is a student at the Master’s Programme in Political Science (MaPS). He has always been interested in politics and government, and thinks the programme provides him with valuable research skills. After graduating he is hoping to find work in Sweden.

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Lute Wilhelm
Lute choose to study the Master's Programme in Political Science.

Thomas appreciates his analytical skills

Thomas Krauchi is an alumnus of the Master’s Programme in Political Science. Today he works as a Trade Policy Analyst at World Trade Organization.

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From MaPS straight to a Doctoral student position
Đorđe Milosav is a former student at the Master's Programme in Political Science (MaPS). A couple of days after defending his Master thesis he was accepted for a Doctoral student position in Ireland. Now he is investigating the link between politics and emigration.

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Thomas Krauchi, alumnus, Master’s Programme in Political Science.
Thomas Krauchi, alumnus, Master’s Programme in Political Science.

Master's Programme in Political Science: Environmental Governance and Behavior (MaPSE)

“You have the opportunity to really grow as a writer and academic”

Lauren Yehle from Colorado is satisfied studying the Master's Programme in Political Science: Environmental Governance and Behavior. She thinks the second level quantitative course is the best methods course she has ever taken.

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Sophie is passionate about how to deal with environmental issues
Sophie Auckram from New Zealand was looking for a programme that combined her interests of environmental studies and politics. Today she is a Master’s student at the Political Science, Environmental Governance and Behavior programme (MaPSE), and she is doing her studies for free through the Axel Adler scholarship.
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Lauren Yehle.
Lauren is a Master’s student in the Political Science, Environmental Governance and Behavior programme.
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Master's Programme in International Administration and Global Governance (IAGG)

The University of Gothenburg boasts of diversity

Kofi Yeboah from Ghana is a student at the Master’s Programme in International Administration and Global Governance (IAGG). In the future, he is hoping to serve in the Foreign Service of Ghana.

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“My passion for international affairs triggered me to apply for IAGG”
Huidong Song from China is an international student at the Master’s Programme in International Administration and Global Governance (IAGG). She loves the Swedish educational system, and the nature in Gothenburg.

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Kalle likes the hands-on aspect of IAGG
Kalle Do from Finland is a student at The Master's Programme in International Administration and Global Governance (IAGG). His plans for the future is a career in diplomacy, and IAGG attracted him with its broad range of topics and how these relate to the global institutions and their ability to exercise global governance.

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Kofi Yeboah
Kofi is a student in international administration and global governance.

Clara is a Project Officer & Business Innovation Specialist
Clara Canova is a former student at the Master´s Programme in International Administration and Global Governance (IAGG). Today she has a career in business and digital innovation, working as a Project Officer & Business Innovation Specialist at an Italian consulting firm.

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Clara Canova
Clara is a former student at IAGG.

Master's Programme in European Studies, Social Science Track (MAES)

 

To study in Shanghai was a rare and absolutely tremendous opportunity

Amalia Brandt Hjerstedt spent one year of her Master’s programme at the Fudan University in Shanghai. To study in China has taught her the advantage of mobility and cultural diversity, which is useful within the Business Development industry in Hong Kong where she works today.

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Quan participated in the EUTOPIA virtual simulation exercise on the EU Digital Services Act

Quan Xin is a student at the Master’s Programme in European Studies, Humanities Track. On the 4-5 of February 2021 she participated in the EUTOPIA virtual simulation exercise on the EU Digital Services Act. She found it to be a good opportunity to see how politicians interact with the media and the stakeholders during the legislation process.

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Amalia Brandt Hjerstedt
Amalia spent one year at the Fudan University in Shanghai.

"I do different things every day”

Purushottam Adhikari is an alumnus of the Master’s Programme in European Studies, Social Science Track. Today he works as a Political Associate at the European External Action Service, EU delegation to Nepal.

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Bo recommends everyone to do an internship during their studies
Bo Dohmen graduated from the Master’s programme in European studies in 2017. For her it was easy to find a job and today she works as Public Affairs Manager at the European Flavour Association (EFFA).

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Juan landed a job in the EU advocacy sector
Juan José Fernández Romero from Spain works as Policy Assistant at an European patients´ advocacy organization. Much of the knowledge he gained and skills he developed studying the Master’s programme in European Studies (MAES), he still uses daily.

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Purushottam Adhikari
Purushottam is an alumnus of the Master’s Programme in European Studies.

Master's Programme in European Studies, Humanities Track (HMAES)

Professors believe in us

Lara John from Germany is very satisfied with the Master's Programme in European Studies, Humanities Track. Right now she is doing an internship at the Centre for European Research at the University of Gothenburg (CERGU).

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Lara John.
Lara is a student at the Master's Programme in European Studies, Humanities Track.