Of course you want to know what your career perspectives are after graduating. So let’s explore what life after graduating with a BSc in Global Responsibility & Leadership can look like. Studying at University of Groningen/Campus Fryslân means you study the bachelor Global Responsibility & Leadership through the concept of a University College. We will consider the career opportunities from both perspectives.
How University College alumni feel about their studies
The Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) conducted a Liberal Arts & Sciences survey (2017) among alumni of Dutch University Colleges. From this, we can tell that 86% of the University College alumni would attend the same programme at the same university if they could choose again. After graduating, 89% pursues education in the form of a master’s programme. 88% felt their undergraduate programme successfully prepared them for further education to a (very) high extend.
Career perspectives for University College alumni
93% of the University College alumni have a job and 76% are (very) satisfied with their jobs. Employed alumni mostly end up in research-related jobs, advisory jobs, educational jobs, commercial jobs and financial or business jobs.
Education perspectives Bachelor Global Responsibility & Leadership
Compared to a monodisciplinary bachelor, a University College offers a broad study programme. The bachelor Global Responsibility & Leadership combines the best of both worlds: it offers you a wide variety of opportunities to explore different disciplines, but also the advantage of structured guidance, similar to a dedicated bachelor programme. This will benefit your choice for a master’s programme after graduation, as you will have a profound background related to one of the three majors: Responsible Governance, Responsible Humanity or Responsible Planet. Examples of master’s programmes you can apply for after graduation:
- Political Science
- Environmental Sciences
- Health Sciences
- Global leadership
- International relations
- Psychology, Politics, Economics
- Sustainable Entrepreneurship
- Business and public administration
- Euroculture and cultural leadership
Career perspectives BSc Global Responsibility & Leadership
After getting your master’s degree, you can choose to apply for a PhD position or start working as a policy advisor, a consultant, an entrepreneur or as a development specialist in both the private or public sector. Given the fact that your bachelor is internationally orientated and recognised, you will have outstanding career perspectives in an international working environment.
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