Graduates work in a wide range of industries and public institutions, both inside and outside of the ICT sector. They take on positions as consultants, analysts, designers or ICT project coordinators or programme managers. Specific examples include becoming an e-business architect at an international consultancy firm, a web editor at a broadcasting company or an ICT manager at a museum.
Graduates typically have jobs in which they play a liaison role between ICT and non-ICT people: they speak both ‘languages’. There is an enormous demand for such people. Graduates can also pursue careers as scientific researchers.
The Amsterdam region is one of the most important European centres when it comes to ICT and new media. Companies such as Fabchannel, IlseMedia, and MediaRepublic are all examples of innovative businesses that help shape teaching programmes and offer employment to graduated Master's students. Amsterdam and its surrounding area have plenty to offer in terms of career opportunities.