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Many students ask

“Which are the most employable degrees? The qualification that will best suit me in following a sustainable career?”.

A question that many prospective students ask themselves.

Choosing which university course to enrol on is one of the most important decision of your life; this is why it is fundamental to consider not only your attributes, preferences and skills, but also the career pathways that each course offers.

In a period of deep financial and employment crisis, it is fundamental to find out which are the most employable degrees for students to gain.  Of course, it is essential to do something that arouses your interest and sparks your passion, but the choice needs to have a sound basis and a sustainable future.

What job opportunities and careers do NCIUL degree programs lead to!

Global Management and International Business, one of the most employable degrees!

Why should you enrol on a Global Management and International Business course? Because this is one of the most employable degrees a student can gain.

What are the career opportunities that this path of study opens up?

A graduate in Global Management and International Business can work in different sectors and contexts. Many are hired by banks, insurance companies or financial institutions; but others end up finding their place in large multinational companies or in smaller companies ready for growth.

The list of job opportunities related to the degree is very long. Among the most “popular” roles related to this degree are: CEO, Strategic Manager, Operations Manager or the Economic Consultant. Also roles such as Strategic Advisor, Marketing Manager and human resources positions are well served by this degree.

That’s all? Not at all! This is really one of the most employable degrees you can have.

If you graduate in Global Management and International Business you can forge a career as a management consultant, an expert in workplace relations, an analyst or a highly sought-after broker. You can aspire to hold managerial roles in large multinational companies or in the public sector


International Relations, one of the most employable degrees

Diplomatic and political studies: one of the most fascinating university courses available is International Relations leading to one of the most employable degrees.

Many graduates in International Relations occupy positions in public and private sectors. Employment opportunities can be found in public and private organisations or in the banking and financial sector. The goal of this university course is to prepare future graduates for management roles with global impact, commercial and consulting positions in companies with an international footprint, and industries with growth towards the Asian and Arab markets, to name but a few.

From mediators and conciliators, journalists and media managers: a degree in International Relations is the springboard for many roles, thanks to the wide scope of the educational program.

A degree in International Relations also supports those that have a passion for the web and the various media platforms. This degree can lead to many roles in this arena such as at a press office or as a communication manager for a global institution.

Psychology, one of the most employable degrees.

Psychology is one of the most employable degrees. For anyone wishing to become a psychologist the road is long, but you can find plenty of information about it here.

There are many branches of psychology and to increase the chances of finding a job in this field, it is advisable to dedicate studies a specific area.

Education: the school sector offers the psychologist the possibility of providing support to children with learning difficulties or disorders, encouraging dialogue between parents and teachers, and developing training plans and support mechanisms to enable children to develop to their fullest potential.

Health and Social Assistance: in this context the psychologist can work in the community aiding in recovery, offering support in case of addictions, working in hospitals (for example as an assistant to the traumatised), providing advice on the treatment for disorders, developmental and nutrition advice, and dealing with preventative behaviours to name but a few.

Immigration: the psychologist plays an important role, for example, in social cooperatives, to promote the psychological integration of migrants, especially forced migrants.

Human Resources: selection process during the interviews, assessing the potential, managing and supporting those at risk from work-related stress, managing job-orientated processes (including for military personnel).

Sport: supporting in the care of the athlete’s well-being, of his motivation and performance, integration into the team, working to identify their strengths and weaknesses and heling in preparation.