Master’s Degree in Philosophy of the Contemporary World

Graduates of the Master’s Degree in Philosophy of the Contemporary World will find employment in areas requiring planning and organisational abilities of competences and interpersonal relations, design of philosophical and cultural activities, as well as all areas requiring critical, creative and independent skillsets: promotion and management of intercultural exchanges; production and service businesses; HR training and management at public or private organisations; planning of cultural events; management of archives, libraries and museums; publishing companies, newspapers, press offices and public relations; cultural and social activities and politics in public administration; philosophical counselling; organisation and management of (professional) training courses; consultancy and training in the field of applied ethics; reorganisation of work and production processes in view of new technologies; consultancy on decision-making processes and in the field of political communication.

Graduates from the master’s degree course will also be able to enrol on doctoral or research programmes, or a professional postgraduate master's degree course, and will be qualified to teach in schools once the required training courses have been completed.

This Master’s Degree Course focuses study and teaching activities on topics crucial to the contemporary age