Career prospects Philosophy of Contemporary Challenges
After completing the Master’s track Philosophy of Contemporary Challenges you will be an expert in analyzing societal issues and contributing to solutions.
Knowledge and skills
Your ability to think critically and analytically and provide clear and strong arguments provides promising career opportunities such as policy advisor, research journalist, ethical consultant (in e.g. a financial institution).
Recent placements include:
- Concept Development at WM Consulting
- European Voluntary Service at Fundación Disminuidos Físicos de Aragón
- Doctoral Researcher at European University Institute
- Consultant at Bvolve
- Insights Expert at Beautiful Lives
- Lecturer at Institute for ICT at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
- Policy Research & Business Development at Crime Stoppers Victoria
Source: Alumni of Philosophy (all tracks) | National Alumni Survey, 2015-2017 | n = 13
- Number of months until first paid job: 1,5
- Employer requires Master’s degree: 67%
- Gross monthly income of graduates in the first year after graduation: € 3.243, -
- Would choose this program again at Tilburg University: 94%
Source: Alumni of Philosophy (all tracks) | National Alumni Survey, 2015 - 2017| n = 13
After your Master's
Your transition to the labor market
Working in the Netherlands after graduation
Become a teacher
Interested in the Philosophy of Contemporary Challenges track?
Check your eligibility and the deadlines for application