Your Master’s programme is the last phase of your studies, but also of your life as a student. This year will be over before you know it. You will be kept quite busy with your studies and your thesis, however, you should keep in mind what is on the horizon. You are almost ready for the labour market, so there is nothing stopping you from starting to apply for jobs in advance.

Career+ for you as a Master’s student

Career+ provides you with a professional preparation programme for the labour market. It is a free programme offered by the Faculty. The topics that are important for you this year are largely practical and focused on applying for that great new job.

Career+ offers you the following as a Master’s student

  • Workshops
  • Advisory meetings with Career Services
  • Company presentations
  • Guest lectures by alumni and/or representatives from organisations
  • Guides and information on applying for jobs


  • What have you learned about yourself over the past three years? Where do your talents lie and how will you utilise these in the labour market? What interests led you to study at the Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies?
  • What skills would you like to develop this year?
  • Be sure to set aside time for career planning in addition to your studies.
  • Let the whole world know that you are looking for a job!
  • How will you translate your education into skills for the labour market?
  • Decide on a job application strategy: what do you need for the job/career that interests you and how do companies recruit and select employees?

Workshops that may interest you

  • Ready-set-go! - The “What should I do after I complete my studies?” workshop
  • Using a success story to find your dream job
  • Trigger me - Write a good CV and motivation letter
  • How do I present myself?

What else can you do?

  • Concentrate on your studies.
  • Network!
  • Participate in activities during which you can speak with alumni or guest speakers from businesses—this allows you to discover all the kinds of positions and companies that exist.
  • Visit career events.
  • If you have not done so already, create a LinkedIn profile and update your CV.
  • Make an appointment with Ignace de Haes from Career Service Arts to discuss your wishes, your options, and your questions or to have your CV reviewed.