Hi! I have been accepted to the masters mentioned in the title, and while EU politics and governance is a very appealing and interesting topic to me, which I love reading about and researching on, as a non-EU student I don't know if this masters will restrict me in the future, for example not being to hold certain jobs in the EU world. I come from a Latin American country, and have ambitions that involve working in IOs or promote trade and cultural agreements between LA-EU. While the course itself offers the chance to broaden the study to more international politics, I feel I will be judged by employers by the name of my masters.
Would you recommend a non-EU student to engage in a EU Politics masters?
Or does it play no part?