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Master Your Excellent Talent

Choose a Master that suits your talent, choose one of the University’s outstanding Research or Selective Masters and/or join one of the Master excellence programmes of the Honours College!

Choosing a Master programme is of utmost importance for your further success as a student and shapes your future career prospects. Are you interested in a career in Academia, or in a broader sense in society? Either way, you might be interested in one of our top rated Research Master's or Honours Master's. Therefore, we would like to invite you to the Master Your Excellent Talent (MYE-t) meeting we have scheduled on Wednesday 11th of March in the Academy building.

During this event we will offer you more information on how a Research Master or Honours Programme can lead to your future career and you will be introduced to Research Master students, young PhD students (from the areas of natural sciences, medical science, social sciences and humanities) and Master Honours Students.Through speed-date sessions on informal conversations, we hope you get more insight in what it's like to do a Research Master or Honours programme and whether it's something you would want to do!

This event is meant to give you a general overview of the Honours College and Graduate Schools. By meeting current Research Master-students, PhD's or professionals who can tell you all about their experiences, we hope that you will have an overall idea of whether a Research Master or Honours programme is something you would like to do. While MYE-t is solely intended to ask broader questions about doing research and excellence programmes, the upcoming Master's day will allow you to ask you faculty- and programme specific questions. Additionally, by attending the MYE-t you might have (even better) questions prepared for the Master's day. This makes the MYE-t a great preparation for the Master's day, taking place on the 27th of march 2020.

Programme - 11 march 2020

19:30 Opening
Speeches by Peter Groote (Vice Dean Honours College) & Lou de Leij (Dean Graduate Schools)
20:00 Short presentations divided in two groups: alpha/gamma and bèta/medical
20:30 Speed dates and networking event with Research Master's, Honours and PhD students
21:00 Drinks
21:30 End of the event
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