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Career Prospects

Graduates of the Master’s programme "International Criminal Justice (Law, History, Politics)” will acquire interdisciplinary in-depth knowledge and skills which are in demand in numerous occupational fields, such as in:

  • International and internationalised courts and tribunals
  • National and international institutions combatting international and transnational crime
  • Other national and international institutions in adjacent fields (e.g. human rights, transitional justice)
  • Ministries of foreign affairs, ministries of justice, ministries of interior, ministries of defense, parliaments
  • International and national non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and think tanks
  • Museums, memorials, archives, documentation centres
  • Media, public relations, journalism
  • Publishing sector (e.g. as editors)
  • Universities, research institutions

Through targeted attendance of specific courses, the compulsory internship and the theme of the master's thesis, qualifications can be tailored to specific occupational fields.