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European Studies

If you like love to travel and learn about other cultures, you may want to consider pursuing an education in European studies. Read on to find out more about education programs and careers opportunities in this field.

Inside European Studies

There are a few bachelor's degree programs in European studies available, but they aren't common. Usually those who pursue European studies do so at the master's and doctorate levels after having already completed a bachelor's degree in a related subject. Course subjects can include political science, sociology, history, economics, literature and foreign language. Students who complete a degree program in European studies may find employment in journalism, education in academia, research, libraries or archives. They also work in business as translators or foreign trade consultants. Education in European studies can lead to careers working in government offices or in non-governmental aid organizations as well.

Take a look at these Study.com sites to find out more about how to earn a degree in European studies and what kinds of career options are typical for degree holders.

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