Inspire the Students
- Wednesday 3 November 2021 - Wednesday 10 November 2021
- Leiden University College
Get ready for the fourth edition of Inspire the Students! An annual event that connects past and present LUC students to discuss everything about life after LUC - careers, internships, and studies. Are you curious about the different paths that alumni have pursued, how they have dealt with setbacks or how they look back on their time at LUC? Make sure to register now!
This year alumni of LUC will share back their stories during two days in November. Wednesday 3 November will target further studies and Wednesday 10 November focuses on the job market. Through different sessions alumni share back their stories about life after graduation, elaborate their thoughts on how to apply for the right job, open up about their motives to work within the publisc or private sector and more! Every session will have the opportunity to ask questions. On both days the event is closed of with a 'borrel' where students can connect with alumni of LUC. The complete programme of Inspire the Students can be found below. It's up to you to decide which session(s) you would like to sign up for. Registration opens soon!
Inspire the Students '21 takes place on Wednesday 3 November and Wednesday 10 November.
Prepare to be inspired! #getinspired
Master's Programmes in NL
PhD's, Law School and Specialisations
Master's Programmes abroad
Public vs. Private
Hi everyone! My name is Zach and very excited to be sharing my views on the discussion around private vs public. Since graduating have been lucky to gain experience across consulting, non-profit organisations, and multilateral/intergovernmental organisation. I am currently based in London at Deloitte working across their Sustainable Finance offering.
Happy to speak about my experience in switching to private from public, working at Deloitte, my time as an advisor to Uzbekistan's Ministery of Environment, development at the World Bank, and everything else in between.
Looking forward to the conversation!
Samuel is a senior advisor to the UK Government's Secretary of State for Education. He has experience leading strategy and delivery across the public and charity sector, with specialisms in mental health and education. He is also Chair of a Primary School in London, and Trustee of a local mental health charity. In his spare time, he enjoys living the seaside lifestyle in Brighton and is trying (somewhat unsuccessfully!) to pick up bouldering.
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Xueyan (Class of 2015) majored in World Politics and minored in GED. After LUC she obtained a Master’s degree in Political Science at Leiden University, and then went on with internships at governmental institutions. Xueyan has gained more than 5 years of work experience in marketing communications and fashion e-commerce. As of November, she will start a new position in campaign management at Tommy Hilfiger.