After graduation graduates of our RMA programme will often find PhD positions, or jobs in:
- art galleries
- research libraries
- the art trade
Some of our graduates have gone on as independent exhibition organisers.
A substantial part of the graduates will move on to a PhD programme.
- Jessie Chen and Sander Karst for instance, found a PhD position at Utrecht University.
- Ruben Suykerbuyk is a post-doc researcher at Ghent University.
Other graduates found PhD positions at:
After their PhD, a number of alumni found positions in the Dutch academic world. Merlijn Hurx for instance works as an Assistant Professor in the Department of History and Art History of Utrecht University; Tijana Žakula is a lecturer in art history at University College Utrecht; Janna Schoenberger teaches at Amsterdam University College; Marjolijn Bol is post-doctoral researcher at Utrecht University.
This programme does not only prepare for an academic career. Several of our students have found curatorial positions in Dutch or Belgian museums or at the Netherlands Institute for Art History.
Curious about the jobs our alumni found? Check out the LinkedIn profiles below.
Other alumni found jobs as: