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After UCG

After three years at UCG you will have obtained either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Groningen.

En route, our student discover their drives and their passions, and graduate fully equipped with the knowledge and skills required for life after UCG.

Whereas some of our graduates start up a business or enter the job market, most of our graduates successfully enter the masters programme of their choice, either abroad or in the Netherlands.

Graduation ceremony Class of 2018
Graduation ceremony Class of 2018

Preparing for the Real World

In Projects, UCG students collaborate with experts to tackle real-world issues. In this environment, UCG students learn to work with each other, and draw from the knowledge of multiple academic fields. This is unlike the training offered in other degree programme. Our graduates are provided an excellent foundation from which to pursue further education or enter the workforce.

Masters & Career Possibilities

Graduates’ choice of specialisation determines which masters programmes to which they can apply. Our students are guided in these decisions by assigned academic staff. At UCG, students can fulfil most subject requirements for further study. However, some vocational programmes, such as law or clinical psychology, are likely to have additional requirements. As UCG allows students to shape your own curriculum to suit your  ownindividual interests, talents and ambitions,students have an almost unlimited range of future career possibilities. Furthermore, strong marketplace interest in Liberal Arts and Sciences graduates makes our students highly sought-after by employers around the globe.

Examples of master programmes alumni enrolled in

Spatial Sciences

  • Population Studies

Economics, Business and Law

  • Economic Growth and Development
  • Economics
  • Business Administration Strategy
  • Duisenberg Honors Program in Quantitative Risk Management
  • International Human Rights Law and Global Criminal Law
  • Business Administration

Behavioural and Social Sciences

  • Clinical Psychology
  • Political Science
  • International Criminology
  • Talent development and creativity
  • Visual Anthropology
  • Environmental Psychology
  • Clinical Forensic Psychology and Victimology
  • Cultural Anthropology: Sustainable Citizenship

Arts

  • Global Political Economy
  • Applied Cultural Criticism
  • Forensic Linguistics / Multilingualism
  • Writing, Editing and Mediating
  • Journalism
  • International Relations
  • Media and Business
  • Development Studies, Governance and Public Policy
  • International Humanitarian Action
  • Conflict, Security and Development

Medical Sciences

  • Medicine
  • Cancer and Stem Cell Biology
  • Management, Policy Analysis and Entrepreneurship in Health and Life Sciences
  • Health Sciences - Specialisation: Infectious Diseases and Public Health
  • Nutrition and Health
  • Cancer, Stem Cells and Developmental Biology
  • Biomedical Sciences

Science and Engineering

  • Computational Physics / MPhil Scientific Computing
    Science and Business Management
  • Public Sector Innovation and eGovernance
  • IT and Cognition
  • Service Systems Design

Philosophy

  • Politics, Philosophy & Economics
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