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Undergraduate study programs teach the basics of scientific work and essential methodology in the respective field of study. With a bachelor’s degree, you can immediately take on a job and gain valuable first work and life experiences, try out something new, and get acquainted to the labor market. A master’s degree can be obtained after entering professional life too, even part-time extra occupationally. Having some first work experience can be helpful when choosing a graduate degree program.

Internships, working abroad, or volunteering in social projects can also be an option to get new impulses and ideas.

Some companies are keen to attract and keep good graduates and offer adequate wages, interesting tasks and good career prospects. Larger companies sometimes offer further training and development options or support obtaining a continuing education master’s degree by covering the fees or granting a leave of absence for study purposes.

You have to decide for yourself which path is the right one for you. Give yourself the necessary time to make a well though-out decision!

For help and support with finding an internship or your first job after graduation, you can turn to the university's Career Service.