After your studies

After your studies

As this specialisation lies in the overlap of mathematics and computer science, you’ll have the advantage of being able to strive for jobs in either field. Thus, our graduates have no difficulty in finding an interesting and challenging job. Examples of companies where our graduates could end up include SMEs like Orikami, Media11 and FlexOne, consultancies like McKinsey&Company, and multinationals like ING Bank, Philips, ASML, IBM and perhaps even Google.

Possible occupations

  • Consultant for firms
  • ICT developer / software developer
  • ICT manager in the private sector or within government
  • Researcher, at research centres or within corporations
  • PhD candidate
  • Entrepreneur; starting up your own consultancy or software development company
  • Teacher, at all levels from middle school to university

Radboud Career Service

Radboud Career Service Science helps students, PhDs and alumni with advice and counselling, either in an individual interview or in a workshop with fellow students. Career Service Science can introduce you to people at national and international companies and organisations that offer interesting jobs and internships. With our extensive knowledge of the labour market and recruitment experience we’re here to advise you on how to find the job you desire.

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).