Professional tips from a EuCu graduate: “Blindly applying for jobs everywhere is a waste of time!”
MA Euroculture Programme is over for the 2011 – 2013 students and now most of them are on the hunt for a job or an internship – their gateway into the professional world. There are a few among those students who do not have to do this because they have already secured a place in the job market. I talked to my very good friend and fellow classmate from Goettingen, Angie Dominguez Sahagun, about her new life in Brussels working from the AEC – European Association of Conservatories – on how her job relates to the program and what she suggests to the MA Euroculture graduates when looking for a job.
1. Hi, Angie. Can you briefly describe the association and the position?
Hi. The AEC – European Association of Conservatories is a cultural and educational network working at an international level with over 280 member institutions…
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