Recent graduates have gone on to successful careers in academia, the federal and provincial governments, international NGOs, and the private sector. Many students decide to continue studying the region on a graduate level at CERES or other comparable institutions. With a strong language skills that the program offers the European Affairs graduates find themselves working in various government, non-government organizations as well as in a private sector. Use the opportunity to get involved in the ESSA activities such editing or writing for the journal Messages in the Media, attend conferences and events at CERES and the Munk School etc. — the opportunities for networking are limitless.
The Career Centre is dedicated to helping students and recent alumni (up to 2 years) map out the career path best suited for them and putting them in touch with work opportunities. A personalized, student-centred web site provides 24-hour access to thousands of part-time, summer, full-time employment and volunteer listings. The Centre’s Career Resource Library contains valuable information on career development, further education and employment. The Career Centre is located in the Koffler Student Services Centre.