Work and Career
By selecting a degree programme you are able to see the general content as well as the possible degree programme-specific content. You do not have to select a degree programme to see the Open University's instructions.
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When you search for a degree programme by name or by part of the name the options in the list of degree programmes below the search field is narrowed down. After this you have to choose the degree programme from the list.
Master's and Licentiate's Programmes
Specialist training programmes
Career Services provides career counselling and guidance on traineeships.
Available jobs and traineeships can be found through several platforms.
See the career orientation instructions of your degree programme.
Career Services organises Think Career -events, workshops and info sessions. The themes of events are career and employment.
Job seeking is not limited to updating your CV and submitting applications. Finding employment begins with identifying your personal competence and potential.
Career planning is orienting yourself to the future, as well as making decisions and plans that sound out the future.
Commissioned Master’s theses are completed in cooperation with employer organisations.
Mentoring is an excellent way to improve your self-knowledge, networks and familiarity with employment.
International work experience is much more than improving your language skills.
A doctoral degree provides a wide range of knowledge and skills for employment, whether as a researcher or an expert carrying out demanding tasks beyond academia.