- You will develop into a professional who can combine technical expertise with academic skills (e.g. analytical thinking, problem solving and effective communication) and who feels comfortable within diverse social and working environments.
- You will master the English language and intercultural skills in such a way that is necessary to work and move effectively in an international, multilingual world.
- Furthermore, our project based teaching will boost your professional network and ensure that you build up a substantial portfolio of real-world products that reflect your talents and level of expertise.
As a graduate of Computational Social Science, you will thus have an excellent position in the labour market.
Where do our graduates work?
We expect you to be able to work in at least four professions that can be found in all types of sectors and organisations:
- Information management:
You will ensure that the ways in which information is provided within companies or organisations align with information needs that are essential to business and operational processes.
- Management of technical projects:
You will direct and control projects to reach a particular goal related to technical aspects of a business, organization or society.
- (Big) data analytics:
You will examine large quantities of (raw) data to uncover information that supports decision making within various contexts.
- Digital policy and advisory positions:
You will focus on optimising the opportunities that digitisation offers organizations and society, while adhering and/or contributing to regulation of digital and electronic communications, information security and digital infrastructure.
Continue with a Master's programme
After your Bachelor's in Computational Social Science, you can continue your studies with a Master's programme.
At the UvA, for instance, you will have options such as:
- Political Science
- Information Studies
- Behavioural Data Science
Career coaching during your Bachelor's
The Student Careers Centre (SCC) helps you develop individual skills, gain experience and build connections. The team of career assistants, career coaches and internship advisors will help you focus and reflect on your individual career journey.
The Student Careers Centre organises an annual career event for students and new graduates that enables you to get in touch with potential employers and you will learn more about the latest developments in job applications, the workplace and the labour market.