No idea what to do after graduation? Or are you looking for job market advice or job application tips? Discuss these issues and more with a career adviser.
You can ask for help with a wide range of subjects including:
- Searching for the right job
- Discussing the results of career tests
- Learning about the job market
- Guidance in choosing the right Master programme
- Drawing up your CV and LinkedIn profile
- Job applications
Make an appointment with your faculty’s Career Service.
In the LU Career Zone you can find a wealth of information about preparing for a career and applying for jobs. You can also take career tests.
Take a look in the Agenda for upcoming workshops and information sessions about careers and applying for jobs.
Humanities Career Service
The Faculty of Humanities Career Service provides Humanities students with professional advice and guidance concerning (international) internships and jobs, courses in career planning and job application, and job application readers.
The internship coordinator and the career advisor assist you in exploring your individual interests and abilities, and guide you towards the most appropriate internships and job.
Mr. Atse Fokkens MA, internship coordinator, career advisor
Monday, Tuesday,Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Make an appointment online.
Ms. Loes Nordlohne Msc, career advisor
Available for consultation on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Make an appointment via firstname.lastname@example.org
Rose Rorije BSc, internship coordinator, career advisor
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
You can schedule an online appointment with Rose here.
Mabel Isado, internship coordinator, career advisor
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday morning, Thursday and Friday
Ms. Michelle van der Voort, secretary
Opening hours (secretary's office): Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9.00-17.00 hours. Tuesday 9.00 - 13.30 hours