A master's in Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science at Lund University will qualify you to work within any profession that requires un understanding of complex sustainability issues.
Graduates are well equipped to work in the private sector, government and international organisations, as well as in non-governmental organisations, consultancy and research. A master's degree also prepares you for doctoral studies.
Career Paths, Positions and Roles
- Academia – PhD Doctorate, Research Assistant, etc.
- Business – Consultant, Coordinator, Entrepreneur, Manager, etc.
- Government – Advisor, Analyst, Policy Officer, Specialist, etc.
- NGO/Non-Profit – Campaigner, Consultant, Communicator, Consultant, Manager, Organiser, Policy Officer, Researcher, etc
Industrial Fields and Sectors
Banking; Business; Consulting; Earth Science; Education; Environment; Fashion; Food; Health; ICT; Innovation; Logistics; Maritime, Fishing & Aquaculture; Media & Publishing; Planning; Rural & Urban Development; Transport; Urban Design, etc.
Careers Service and Guidance
The Careers Service helps prepare students for their transition into working life by giving seminars on the Swedish labour market and providing information on what recruiters are looking for. Careers support is available at several faculties.
Students at the Faculty of Social Sciences looking for career guidance are welcome to refer to the faculty's CV and apply for a job webpages. These pages offer you perspectives, tips and tools on how to apply for a job, how to write a resume, the importance of voluntary work and traineeships, how to be innovative and how start up your own company or project.
How to write a CV and apply for a job in Sweden (Link to the Faculty of Social Sciences)
Next step - looking for a job
As a student, you can join the Lund University job portal MyCareer - Europe's largest career network for students and graduates. MyCareer provides access to jobs, internships, graduate programmes and projects across Europe.
Current employment of our graduates
Click on the image for a larger version
Since the programme started, almost 1000 students from approximately 100 countries have graduated from the programme.