Before you apply to Brussels, it's important to get feedback from the people who know it best - the students.

Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) has a vibrant and growing alumni network. After they study in Europe at BSIS, graduates enter a wide range of careers in many different sectors. Read about some of them here. Or follow us on linkedin to discover our alumni spotlight series

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Dario Sabbioni, Political Strategy / Communication

"I had a great deal of fun with colleagues and other expats working/studying in Brussels. We created a small community of people living together in the surroundings of the BSIS, which made it possible to study together."

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Karina Shklyan, International Migration

"The research skills and analytical capabilities I learned at BSIS, in addition to the contacts I made, have been crucial to my success."

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Tobias Gehrke, International Law

"The Brussels job market is exciting – but it is also very competitive for graduates. Young, well-educated, multilingual talent flocks to Brussels in a continuous stream. Most get a few internships under their belt during their studies"

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Rebecca Gomez, International Political Economy

"All of the non-academic experiences are valuable, so take advantage of as many as you can! On one of my courses we went to Parliament to see the EU-Vietnam trade deal being negotiated, and in another class we took a trip to NATO."

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Yasmin Matarezi, Human Rights Law

"The variety of interesting modules offered by the Institution was also of particular importance, as well as the possibility to pursue a secondary area of specialisation, which in my case was International Law."

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Zulaykhah Aileru, International Law

"Networking is truly valuable during your studies. I strongly recommend attending as many events, seminars and conferences as possible."

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My primary advice to current students at BSIS is to make the most of socialising and networking in Brussels with like-minded people and constantly looking for the opportunities to meet new and interesting individuals.