Career prospects Health, Wellbeing and Society
As a graduate you can manage projects and people within the context of complex health and wellbeing related societal problems. You are able to frame problems from a sociological as well as health and wellbeing perspective.
Knowledge and skills
- You will have acquired the knowledge as well as analytical and communication skills to lead and participate in innovation-oriented projects aiming to tackle health and wellbeing and (health)care related societal challenges.
- You will have learned to analyze demographic drivers and outcomes of societal issues, as well as of public interventions aimed at addressing (health) care challenges.
- As a graduate you are able to frame problems from a sociological as well as from a health and wellbeing perspective.
Some examples of our graduates' careers:
Policy advisor, policy executive, data analyst, researcher or trainer at:
- Average number of months until first paid job: 3.25
- 92% of our alumni does find a job within 6 months after graduation
- Employer requires a Master of Science degree: 42%
- Gross monthly income one year after graduation: €2,719
- Would choose the same program again, at the same university: 92%
- Will recommend the study to friends, family or colleagues: 83%
- 92% of the graduates is (very) satisfied with the program
Source: National Alumni Survey - Master Sociology, 2019 | n = 13
After your master's
Your transition to the labor market
Working in the Netherlands after graduation
Interested in the Health, Wellbeing and Society MSc track?
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