The Master in Transnational Governance shapes young talents into future policy leaders, by equipping you with the necessary analytical and professional skills to take on leadership and policy-making roles in a globalised world. This starts with your mandatory curricular internship between the first and second year, but it does not stop there.
Whether you want to become a policy leader, undertake an academic career or continue your research in the areas of policymaking and policy design, the degree will transform your potential by sharpening your analytical and professional skills to prepare you for the global challenges of today’s fast-changing world.
We support students during their lifelong career planning through professional and soft skills workshops, coaching and mentoring, facilitating curricular internships, and job sharing on top of networking activities with the alumni community.
Our Career Service supports you throughout your career journey, to help you in your next steps beyond the STG.
- PILLAR 1: Prepare
Soft skills discovery, professional development workshops
- PILLAR 2: Experience
Practical Internships, academic mobility, one-to-one career coaching, mock interviewing and role-play
- PILLAR 3: Connect & Network
Access to career events and information sessions, jobs platform and executive networking