Career prospects

After your studies

After graduation, you can take up positions as researchers at universities, hospitals, and medical and pharmaceutical companies. You can also apply your academic background to societal issues, taking positions as supervisors of clinical trials, consultants, policy officers, communications officers and teachers. 

Possible occupations

  • Researcher in a hospital or a university
  • Researcher in a company
  • Supervisor of clinical trials
  • Health or food consultant or policy officer
  • Communications officer at a hospital or a governmental organisation

PhD positions at Radboud University

Each year, Radboudumc offers PhD positions in this field of research. Of course, many graduates also apply for a PhD position at related departments in the Netherlands, or abroad.

Put your studies to work!

To prepare you for finding a job, Radboud University offers various forms of job market orientation, so that you can prepare for your future during your studies. Career Service Science assists students and young alumni with their journey into the job market. You can contact them for help with job orientation, application tips, and information about internships and vacancies. Furthermore, students organise the BBB Career Event each year, the ideal place for students and employers to meet.

Why stop learning after graduation?

In order to keep pace with the rapid progress in our current society, you must continue to work on your development even after getting a degree. This allows you to keep up with societal change and make a worthwhile contribution to both your personal development and to wider society. For any questions regarding this lifelong development, Radboud Academy is pleased to help you. ​So, are you looking to deepen your knowledge after obtaining a Master’s degree? Then a post-master might be something for you. Or do you want to learn to translate your academic skills into an actual job? Then you can participate in our Young Professional Programme after your master's (in Dutch).