Career prospects Labour Law and Employment Relations
After completing the Master’s program in Labour Law and Employment Relations you will be able to cope with international and comparative labour issues from a variety of perspectives. This is particularly interesting for the European Union’s internal market with its free movement possibilities for workers and companies, in which complex legal and policy relations arise.
Knowledge and skills
Your skills in translating strategic and operational needs into a strong and healthy workforce will be key when working with ‘multinational’ employees in the current labour market.
Alumni facts Tilburg Law School
- Average number of months until first paid job: 2.35
- Gross monthly income of our graduates in the first year: € 3.013,-
Bron: National Alumni Survey, 2021 | n = 85
After your Master's
Your transition to the labor market
We help you prepare for your transition to the labor market by offering a number of career services:
Coaching, support and training courses offered by our Student Career Services to improve your employability and communication skills.
Dedicated Career Services Officers who can give you individual career guidance or help you to find interesting and relevant internships.
Familiarize yourself with the labor market and meet potential employers by participating in several career events, which are organized every year in collaboration with the study associations.
To those who wish to discover and develop their entrepreneurial talent, we offer education and support services.
Working in the Netherlands after graduation
After obtaining a Master’s degree in the Netherlands, non-EEA students can apply for a residence permit under the Orientation Year for Highly Educated Persons’ scheme. This allows you to spend a period of up to twelve months in the Netherlands to find employment.
Interested in the LLM Labour Law and Employment Relations?
Check your eligibility and the deadlines for application