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Student interviews

For us it is both important and fun to hear what our students think of their education. That is why we regularly interview them and publish the interviews here at the Student Portal. Do you have any tips on someone you want us to write about, or do you perhaps have something going on that you want us to pay attention to? Feel free to contact us.

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. Take part of the interview: Kalle likes the hands-on aspect of IAGG.

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. Take part of the interview: Noah met some of his closest friends at the University of Gothenburg.

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. 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. Take part of the interview: Livia from Brazil wanted to learn more about the European integration process.

Svetla studies EMAES to boost her professional career

From my point of view, the program is useful for people who are interested in research, but also for those engaged in the decision-making process and implementation of decisions at different levels: EU, national, and subnational, says Svetla Tsolova student on the Executive Master's Programme in European Studies. Take part of the interview: Svetla studies EMAES to boost her professional career

 

 

 

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