As an interdisciplinary program, the the European and Mediterranean major and honors major programs attract students with a wide range of academic and profesional interests and goals. CEMS majors go on to pursue an equally varying range of careers and advanced degrees. CEMS advisors and professors work closely with students to identify the best academic plan for achieving their professional and academic goals.
In the year following graduation, our students pursue advanced professional master's degrees, including law school and public policy/public administration programs; enter into PhD programs, particularly in History; or work in non-profit management, publishing, government/international governmental organizations, and journalism.
Below is a partial list of organizations where some CEMS majors and honors majors have found employment within a year of graduating, as well as examples of universites where some students pursued advanced degrees and PhD studies:
Advanced Degrees/PhD Studies
PhD in History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
JD, Depaul College of Law
Master of Science in Public Policy, NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
Master of Ars in Early Childhood Education, Raley Gradaute School of Education
Master in European History, Humboldt University of Berlin
Master of Science (Social Science of the Internet), University of Oxford-Internet Institute
Master of Management (Business Administration and Management), Fordham University
JD, Jame A. Beasley School of Law, Temple University
Master in International Affairs, GW Elliot School of International Affairs
Non-Profit Organizations and Membership Associations:
AFS Intercultural Programs
Government/International Governmental Organizations:
Consulate General of Switzerland
EU Delegation to the United Nations
Council of State Government Justice Center
Education and Research:
NYU Glucksman Ireland House: Junior Research Scholar
Success Academy Charter School (NYC): Teacher
Penguin Random House
SpinMedia Group, Inc.