Career prospects

Multifold career paths

MAGS provides graduates with a comprehensive approach on global studies and international relations from the political, economic and juridical side, as well as specific focuses on regional areas, thus opening to a wide range of career paths:

  • International Institutions
  • Private Companies
  • Research Centers
  • Public Administration
  • NGOs



A three months intership will facilitate the students's access to their professional career. 

Preparation to the internshipwill be supported by orietation meetings with the master's staff and by dedicated courses with experts in the HR sector. 

Here below the companies, institutions and NGOs that have hosted the MAGS students between 2020 and 2022 and many others in the past editions of the Master.

KPMG Turkey (Turkey), CESVI (Italy), Regione Lombardia (Italy), Enterprise Ireland Milan Representative Office of Italian Senate in Brussels (Rome – Brussels), EcoPeace Middle East (Isreael), Regione Liguria (Italy),  ETRO S.p.a. (Italy), UNICEF (Italy), EMERGENCY (Italy), Industrial Trade Union (Brussels), Italy-Germany Chamber of Commerce DEInternational (Italy), Institute of Development Impact (Washington USA), Court of Justice (Luxembourg), European Union Special Representative Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia), SAFILO (Italy), Fundacion Democracia Panamericana (USA), Trinomics (Netherlands), Panama Embassy in Rome  (Italy), Mexican Embassy in Milan (Italy), AFOL Metropolitana (Italy), European Policy Center (Brussels), Italy-Canada Chambers Of Commerce (Canada).


Key facts

According to a survey*, 85% of the MAGS students are active in the job market within 6 months from their graduation (49% within 3 months). 
Here below some key figures.
*survey conducted among 111 MAGS graduates from 2014 to 2019. 


Thanks to its varied employability and opennes to the world, MAGS graduates find job opportunities in all continents.


Where do MAGS Graduates find their first job?
36% find their job in the private sector (from banks to consulting, form legal to consumer goods). 
27% work in local and international institutions (from chambers of commerce to EU/international agencies)
12% continue to study (PhD) or serve in research centers and think tanks
10% are active in the wide sector of international cooperation (NGOs, human rights-related agencies etc)
5% start their career in international relations and foreign affairs

Approaching international Agencies

Approaching international Agencies

Starting a career in international Organizations, such as the EU or the UN, is one of the targets of many students of the ASERI masters’ programs. How do they succeed?
Besides their specific competences, students approach their career path with a well-equipped toolkit, to cope with the fierce competition at international agencies.
Through full immersion plenary sessions and one-to-one CV check meetings, Dr Soraya Johaar, an experienced HR professional who served (among others) at UN and UNESCO, unveils the secrets to write a striking cover letter, an effective CV and to conduct a brilliant interview.

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