Where can an MSc/master degree in the sciences take you?
The wide range of courses offered, both in science and other areas increase your chances of success on the job market.
Combining studies in science with studies in languages, economics or even communication, could make your competences and profile more attractive on the labour market. Stockholm University offer students this possibility with its wide range of courses in the Social Sciences and the Humanities.
Scientists and mathematicians are found in the most varied job position from financial analysts, investigators, authors, consultants, sales persons or project managers in many different fields.
The wide range of courses offered, both in science and other areas as well as the opportunity to choose the direction best suited for you – with the additional possibility of later changing track, or supplementing you studies with a new topic – increase your chances of success on the job market.
Interviews with alumni
Where can a degree take me?
Are you wondering what former students thought about your programme? Are you curious about what your education can lead to after graduation?
The master's programme helped me define what road I wanted to take.
Olivia Gallego, Molecular Life Sciences
If you want to hear about my experience, please watch my video.
Having a master´s degree in my CV from SU would help me a lot in my future career.
Andreas, Neurochemistry with Molecular Neurobiology
I've always been very curious. It is a great impetus for me to learn new things and master them.
Saeid Esmaeilzadeh, Inorganic Chemistry
The educational system is flexible.
Stockholm university has an amazing campus
Career fair in Science
The Faculty of Science and the Natural Sciences Faculty Club at Stockholm University welcome you to a Career fair. Come and meet companies and organizations with a need for science students and create valuable contacts for the future.
When: Wednesday 8 February 2023 at 12 PM to 4 PM
Where: Aula Magna, Frescati
Program and registration: Registration is now closed.
Questions? Contact email@example.com
Last updated: February 13, 2023
Source: Faculty of Science