Professional Perspectives

The competences acquired throughout the study of anthropology can be applied in the broad spectrum from academic-theoretical science to practiced anthropology. Future anthropologists often take an active role in shaping their own professional environment, which can be both an opportunity and a challenge. Thanks to the broad knowledge acquired during the study of anthropology, such as the collection and processing of complex information, writing, reading and presentation skills, as well as deconstructing and decentering societal values and norms, global interconnections, power structures and inequalities, our graduates find jobs in various career fields; including NGOs; intercultural communication, dialogue or international cooperation; migration, refugee services and social work; media, public relations and journalism; education and outreach; museums, archives and independent curating; research institutions; tourism, public health sector and sustainability; international enterprises; diplomacy and politics.