In Focus: Editor-In-Chief || Hannah Bieber (2020-2021)

Have you ever wondered what being part of The Euroculturer is like? In this mini-series, former editors-in-chief will reiterate upon their experiences as a Euroculture student and the impact that being part of the Euroculturer has had on their professional career! In this third edition, Hannah Bieber (2019/2021, Uppsala and Göttingen) will tell you all … Continue reading In Focus: Editor-In-Chief || Hannah Bieber (2020-2021)

In Focus: Editor-in-Chief || Guilherme Becker (2019-2020)

Have you ever wondered what being part of The Euroculturer is like? In this mini-series, former editors-in-chief will reiterate upon their experiences as a Euroculture student and the impact that being part of the Euroculturer has had on their professional career! In this second edition, Guilherme Becker (2018/2020, Göttingen and Groningen) will tell you about … Continue reading In Focus: Editor-in-Chief || Guilherme Becker (2019-2020)

In Focus: Editor-In-Chief || Maeva Berghmans (2018-2019)

Have you ever wondered what being part of The Euroculturer is like? In this new mini-series, former editors-in-chief will reiterate upon their experiences as a Euroculture student and the impact that being part of the Euroculturer has had on their professional career! In this first edition, Maeva Berghmans (2017/2019, Olomouc and Kraków) will tell you … Continue reading In Focus: Editor-In-Chief || Maeva Berghmans (2018-2019)

In Focus: After Euroculture || Interested in Doing a PhD? Inés Bolaños Somoano’s journey to a PhD at the European University Institute

By Laila M. Lange (Groningen, Deusto, 2021-2023) Inés Bolaños Somoano did a Bachelor’s in English studies, before joining the Euroculture programme in 2015. She attended the University of Göttingen and Palacký University Olomouc and finished the Master’s programme in 2017 with a thesis on Islam and terrorism in the European Union. When finishing the Master’s … Continue reading In Focus: After Euroculture || Interested in Doing a PhD? Inés Bolaños Somoano’s journey to a PhD at the European University Institute

The Entry-Level Paradox: Stella Meyer on the pitfalls of post-grad job searching

Interview by Leonie Glaser Stella Meyer is a German Euroculture alumna from the 2019-2021 cohort, having studied in Uppsala, Göttingen, and Bilbao. In the following article, Stella tells us about her life as a recent Euroculture graduate. Entering the job market, even with a MA, is not that easy.    I am an inherently indecisive person. … Continue reading The Entry-Level Paradox: Stella Meyer on the pitfalls of post-grad job searching

In Focus: After Euroculture || Felicitas Rabiger’s Experience as an International in the Swedish Labour Market

Felicitas comes originally from Nuremberg, Germany, but she has always been a real globetrotter eager to explore her surroundings. When she was 15, she spent a few months in Limerick, Ireland and that set the start to wanting to move abroad and trying out different things. Since then, she has lived in Ireland, New Zealand, … Continue reading In Focus: After Euroculture || Felicitas Rabiger’s Experience as an International in the Swedish Labour Market

In Focus: After Euroculture || Virginia Stuart-Taylor (2016-2018)

Virginia Stuart-Taylor is British and was part of the Euroculture 2016-2018 cohort, but graduated in 2019 due to undertaking a full-time job. She spent her first semester at the University of Groningen, her second one at Uppsala University and chose the professional track in the third semester. Before starting Euroculture, she completed a BA in … Continue reading In Focus: After Euroculture || Virginia Stuart-Taylor (2016-2018)