Vitality and Ageing (MSc)
The master’s programme kicks off with an introduction. During the first two weeks you’ll be encouraged to think about your future: your personal expectations of your master’s year, your ambitions and your career. In the context of your academic development, and the possibilities to be exploited in the field of vitality and ageing, several orientation visits will be organised. Furthermore, to support you with your career planning you will be mentored by a supervisor, who will also help you find a suitable internship for the Science and Career course.
It’s never too early to start thinking about your future academic career. During your study you should therefore familiarise yourself with the job market, draw up a personal profile and start working on your CV. The staff of the masters Vitality and Ageing will be happy to help, on all counts. The team is there to offer support and answer any questions you might have about your career, your personal profile, the job market, vacancies and how to apply for jobs.
In addition to the career services of the masters Vitality and Ageing, the LUMC has also career advisors. They are there to help you to plan your career, teach you more about the job market and inject more substance into your personal profile. The career services of the LUMC can offer tips and advice for your future career during your first year after graduating.
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