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Career after IMARC

IMARC fosters cooperation and dialogue between public and private organisations and civil society, which strengthens academic and societal relevance of the programme and contributes to the employability of our students. IMARC aims to enhance the capacity of students to develop and apply new knowledge and advanced analytical skills and to address problems from an international and interdisciplinary perspective. They will be able to foster new and more effective cooperation mechanisms to combine academic expertise and research and to contribute to the protection of human rights and the prevention of the loss of life.

The first graduated students found jobs at European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), University of Ghent and University of Bruxelles (teaching assistant), KYC (analyst), or pursuit a career as PhD researcher.

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