Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences and Science Communication and Society (MSc)
Leiden University offers you several services related to career orientation and job application skills.
Career orientation BPS
The study association L.P.S.V. „Aesculapius” run by students of Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences organizes several career orientation activities, such as an biannual Career day with pitches, presentations, workshops and stands of pharmaceutical and biotech companies and other possible future employers. Moreover, excursions to pharmaceutical companies and lunch lectures are organized.
During your SCS internship you will get a good idea of what the field of science communication looks like. We encourage our students to attend professional science communication conferences and events, to get to know the field even better and to build their professional network.
Science Career Service
Are you looking for career advice? Get in touch with our science career advisor. The Science Career Service supports students of the Science Faculty in their career orientation and making effective career decisions during their study. We offer services such as consultation hours, individual appointments with the career counselor and advice on your CV or motivation letter.
Science Career Event
Whether you are actively looking forward to meet interesting employers, or even if you have no idea what you career will look like yet, the Science Career Event gives you a chance to speak with a large number of employers. Every year the Science Career Event is organized by students of the Faculty of Science. During this event you can get your resume checked, participate in a workshop or speed date with a potential employer to discuss possibilities in the near future. The Science Career Event is the ideal day to orient yourself on career possibilities.
The Mentor Network
If you have questions about the job market, you can get in touch with Leiden alumni who are happy to offer their advice. On the Mentor Network platform you can view the profiles of around 650 alumni. Once you have found someone you would like to contact for advice, you can send him or her a request for assistance.