Life Science and Education (MSc)
After graduation you have a lot of opportunities: academics are highly sought after in Dutch secondary education or mbo teaching. You can also aim for a management position or work as a researcher within the field of Life Sciences.
Acquired skills and competence
The Master of Science programme guarantees thorough research training founded on a sound theoretical basis. After graduating you have excellent knowledge and expertise on molecular and biomedical science at a fundamental level. Moreover you have obtained the skills and knowledge to apply your LST background to issues of classroom practice.
The master’s degree Life Science and Technology is a stepping-stone for those graduates with the aspiration to pursue a PhD degree. Students with a desire to apply their life sciences and technology knowledge outside the university have good job possibilities in R&D departments in industry, business, public utility companies, teaching, consultancy and government bodies. Biotechnological-, food- and biopharmaceutical industries as well as healthcare and fundamental research institutions could be suitable employers. Many students eventually attain higher management positions.