The IMMIT program is designed to prepare students to become “hybrid” managers at the interface between Information Systems (IS) and business functions within an increasingly international business context, for example:
- Manager of international IS projects: e.g., deploying global ERP systems
- IS management positions, e.g. Chief Information Officers (CIO), IT manager, Information Manager
- Business analyst /Designer of systems to support transnational operationsIS strategy consultant in internationally operating companies
- Manager of IT Offshore Outsourcing
- IT Entrepreneur
Where do our graduates work?
The image below shows where some of the recent IMMIT alumni ended up:
More examples of where our recent graduates work:
Project Manager at Deutsche Post AG
- Big Data Analyst
at ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
- Business Analyst at Royal Dutch Shell (Hoofdkantoor)
- IT Management Trainee at
ING Bank N.V.
- Recommender Systems Analyst at SAP
- Software Engineer at CGI Netherlands
The IMMIT consortium is keen to maintain and strengthen the relationship
with our alumni wherever they live. By means of the cohort set-up,
students will develop strong links with one another and an effective
alumni network that will be useful to their future career.
Tilburg Student Career Center
Tilburg University offers a number of career services to help you prepare for your transition to the labor market:
- The Career Center offers coaching, support and training courses to improve your job application and communication skills
- Tilburg School of Economics and Management has a dedicated Career Services Officer for individual career guidance and help with finding internships
- Several career events are organized every year in collaboration with the study associations in order to familiarize yourself with the labor market and to meet possible employers
- You can make use of the Career Mentor Program to get in touch with alumni to learn about future career options and develop professional and networking skills
- Tilburg University encourages entrepreneurship both through Education and Support services
Stay in the Netherlands after graduation
After obtaining a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the Netherlands, non-European students can apply for a residence permit under the ‘Orientation Year for Graduates Seeking Employment’ scheme. This allows you to spend a period of up to twelve months in the Netherlands to find employment.