Career Officer

If you are still unsure about what you want to do after your studies and/or want to know how to work on your career already, you are able to receive free advice from a Career Officer from your faculty. 

Who is eligible?

You are eligible for support from a Career Officer if you are a student at Radboud University or if you have deregistered from Radboud University no longer than six months ago. Career Officers can help you if you, for example:

  • Want to further explore your own qualities, interests and motivations in relation to the job market;
  • Want to know more about internships, jobs or organisations that suit you;
  • Want to develop skills related to job applications, such as writing your resume or practicing for a job interview.

What does guidance from a Career Officer entail?

The Career Officers from Radboud University can offer:

  • Individual consultancy: brainstorm about your future career with a Career Officer from your faculty that is specialized in the field related to your study programme;
  • Workshops; learn about a specific topic around career orientation and job application
  • Career Daysdiscover who you are, what you want and what you can do and how this can help finding a suitable job in one day;
  • The Brightspace Toolbox Career Orientation: prepare for your next step with online videos, tests and handouts; 
  • Career Central: career platform where you can find job openings and talk to alumni about their career. 

Also check out the services provided by Radboud Career Service

Career Officer

Make an appointment

Each faculty has a Career Officer who has relevant information about the job market and can advise students about their future careers. If you want to schedule a meeting with a Career Officer, navigate to the Officer of your faculty and click ‘make an appointment’.

Career Officer by faculty