Professional Prospects

One of the strengths of the School's various departments is the number and quality of national and international internships available for its students. These frequently lead to employment contracts.

The professional prospects open to our graduates are as follows:

  • Teaching (secondary and higher education)

  • Library and archives

  • Documentation centers in public and private institutions

  • Public and private companies

  • Government institutions, especially the diplomatic service

  • Cultural management: museum administration and management, fine art restoration

  • Advanced historical dissemination: press and other media

  • Research (university and company based)

  • Historical consultation in cinema and television

  • Protection of cultural heritage (bodies and security forces of the state)

  • Companies that manage archaeological excavations

  • Art appraisal: auction houses such as Christie's and Sotheby's