Graduates typically go on to work, for example, in:
- Media sectors;
- As project managers and developers in museums, libraries and the creative industry.
In addition to my thesis research and teaching, I have my own company: I create and edit videos. I’m also going to continue doing that.Jesper Lust, alumnus of the Bachelor’s Media and Information Read the interview
A related Master's programme
Most students enrol in a Master’s programme to acquire broader or more specialised academic knowledge. The UvA offers over 220 one-, one and a half- and two-year Master’s programmes, many of which are taught in English. If you are looking to acquire broader or more specialised academic knowledge following your Bachelor's, apply for one of the UvA's Master's programmes.
With a Bachelor's degree in Media and Information, you may be eligible for admission to the one-year (60 EC) Master's programmes:
- Film Studies
- Kunst, cultuur en politiek
- New Media and Digital Culture
- Television and Cross-Media Culture
You can also enrol in a Dual Master's programme: a one and a half-year (90EC) professional programme that incorporates an internship placement. With a Bachelor's in Media and Information, you may gain access to the Dual Master's programmes:
If you have a strong interest in research, you can enrol in a two-year (120 ECTS credits) Research Master's programme. A selection procedure applies to all Research Master's students. With a Bachelor's in Media and Information, you can apply for the following Research Master's:
Your diploma is not a farewell
After graduating, you don't have to say goodbye to the University of Amsterdam! We are happy to help you develop your career. You can join the young alumni programme, which will assist you in mapping out your career. And as an alumnus, you can also still use the Student Careers Centre.