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Interviews with students, doctoral students and alumni

At the Department of Political Science, we are so proud of our students! They are smart, ambitious and committed. They fight for human rights, for the environment and sustainable development. Let them inspire you with their stories. You can also find out what it is like to be a doctoral student, and see some examples of what our former students are working with.

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.

Read the interview with Noah here

Doctoral student
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.

Read the interview with Đorđe here

Noah Bell
Noah is a student at the Master's Programme in Politicial Science.

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.

Read the interview with Kalle here

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.

Read the interview with Clara here

Kalle Do
Kalle is a student at the Master's Programme in International Administraton and Global Governance.
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Master's Programme in European Studies

Livia from Brazil wanted to learn more about the European integration process

Livia Radaeski is a second year student at the Master's Programme in European Studies (MAES). She enjoys its multidisciplinary nature and that it is possible for her to focus on areas of personal interest. To call Gothenburg home is a happy thing for her – she thinks the University of Gothenburg is an incredible place to study, not only because of its amazing staff, but also because of its modern and resourceful facilities.

Read the interview with Livia here

Juan landed a job in the EU advocacy sector
Juan José Fernández Romero 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.

Read the interview with Juan here

Livia Radaeski
Livia is a student at the Master's Programme in European Studies.
Photo: Karin Andersson

Choose an executive education to boost your professional career

I currently work in the area of public health, but once I finish the master programme I believe that I will have possibilities to expand my expertise to broader European matters, says says Svetla Tsolova student on the Executive Master's Programme in European Studies.

Read the interview with Svetlana here

Svetla Tsolova
Svetla is a student at the Executive Master's Programme in European Studies.
Photo: Karin Andersson