Madeleine Moret graduated from the University of Amsterdam in 2005, with Masters degrees in both in International Relations and Islam in the Modern World. She was an intern at the United Nations Headquarters in New York and at the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. After completing a post-doctorate course on Foreign Affairs at the Clingendael Institute in the Hague, she was accepted for the graduate programme of Royal Dutch Shell.
From August 2008 onwards she was an associate lecturer at the University of Amsterdam, Political Science department. As a junior researcher she was part of the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR), researching the influence of societal uncertainty on dichotomous thinking. In 2013 she spent a semester as a visiting research fellow at Claremont Graduate University’s Social Identity Lab, in California, United States.
From 2013-2017 she was Programme Manager for the new Bachelor programme Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) College, pple.uva.nl . The interdisciplinary PPLE programme focuses on current and future developments and challenges in society, including questions on behaviour, society, law and economics.
From 2017-2019 she worked for the Institute for Interdisciplinay Studies (IIS), on different innovative programmes such as the Pressure Cooker and the Tesla Minor www.teslaminor.nl .
And now since the summer of 2019, she is the Programme Manager Educational Innovation for the UvA's Law Faculty. In this role she is also setting up and coordinating the Faculty's Teaching and Learning Centre.