Careers and stakeholders

The graduate in Philosophical Sciences may:
- fill in strategic, organizational and communication roles in the public administration, and in public or private, national or international companies;
- work in the field of traditional and multimedia publishing;
- carry out professional activities in the communication sector;
- carry out professional activities in the field of philosophical counselling;
- coordinate working groups as a cultural mediator.

Graduates in Philosophical Sciences will be able to:
- conduct independent research in the context of doctoral or research programs in philosophy and related sciences in Italy and abroad;
- teach the fundamentals of philosophy, history, pedagogy and demographic anthropology in upper secondary schools, provided that they have earned the number of university credits required for each subject area (during their whole academic career, including Bachelor?s and Master?s degree, single courses, 24-credit programme for teacher training, and credits acquired in the frame of other degree programmes);
- fill in management and coordination roles in the public administration;
- work in HR recruiting and development, communication, intercompany relations, and cultural programmes in public and private organisations;
- work as editorial director, or manuscript editor;
- work as cultural event manager, or copywriter;
- work in corporate and work-life balance counselling;
- work in promoting cooperation in the workplace or otherwise in multi-cultural societies.

Employment statistics (Almalaurea)

The programme interacts with local, national and international stakeholders, such as professional organizations, manufacturing companies and service providers.