Upon graduation you will be awarded a degree certificate in Communication Science. As a Bachelor of Science you can enter the labour market. Most students however, decide to continue their studies and obtain their Master’s degree because they expect further specialisation contributes to even better career perspectives.
tells Research Master student Alex M. Atzberger.
The career prospects for communication scientists are generally good and there is a variety of job opportunities open to them. Some examples of jobs currently held by our graduates include:
Source: Studiekeuze123 (in Dutch)
The Student Careers Centre (SCC) helps you develop individual skills, gain experience and build connections. During your study and up to a period of 1 year following graduation you can approach the Careers Centre for information, advice, workshops, events, and individual counseling. The team of career assistants, career coaches and internship advisors help you focus on your individual career journey.
The Student Careers Centre annually organises a major career event where you can come into contact with potential employers and you will learn more about the latest developments in the area of applying for a job, work, and the labour market.
Where do our alumni end up after graduating in Communication Science? Watch the video.