Upon completion of the programme, graduates will be equipped with cutting edge historical methodologies and competences required for practical application of their knowledge in modern society. Prospect careers include a wide range of jobs where skills in applied history are particularly useful such as museums, archives and libraries, media, non-profit organizations, public institutions, professional scientific institutions and environmental services connected with heritage (large museums, city councils, national parks), and more. Being trained in the programme graduates can also continue academic research on a PhD level.
Graduates from the programme will be researchers for a new century with broad interests, who have deep knowledge of the works of their colleagues in different branches of history and other social sciences, and also able to present their own original ideas, and are capable of fruitful collaboration both the international academic community and in interdisciplinary environment. Specialization in applied and interdisciplinary history will allow the graduates possess a well-rounded education with both research and practical experience, a dual advantage in the international job market. They are expected to have widespread success in museum, archival, government, media, consulting, and educational careers.