Employability situates itself on various terrains. Primarily in the domain of international development aid, the national or international governmental field, on a European level, in UN-organisations such as UNDP, UNESCO, FAO and the nongovernmental field (national or international development NGO’s, peace institutions, information and research centers, such as 11.11.11., Oxfam, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, International Peace Information Service…).
This education however does not limit itself to the classical terrain of international development aid, and also has a value for professions with a focus on the Global South in Europe (asylum centers, organisations that focus on intercultural/interreligious matters, refugee organisations…). Your individual employment options depend on your (master) degree, your possible terrain- or research experience and your language skills.
Want to know more about your career opportunities after this Master’s degree? Take a look at our job guide: www.ugent.be/ps/conflict-ontwikkeling/nl/onderwijs/jobwijzer.