After your studies
When you hear the name Research in Law, you may think of a doctoral degree, a job as a researcher in the business world or institutions such as the Council of State and the Supreme Court (Scientific Bureau). About half of our graduates do indeed find a job at a university. However, the other half of our graduates find a job in, for example, the legal profession, with the government or in the administration of justice.
The content and form of the education, and of course the fact that you meet the requirements for civil effect, make you attractive to any employer. The fact that admission to this master's is based on selection ensures that employers see this programme as a breeding ground for talent.
- Researcher, for example at a research institute
- Legislation lawyer
- Government lawyer/policy advisor
- Toga professions (if the bachelor's degree meets the requirements for civil effect)
- PhD candidate
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