Career Development

Academic and professional knowledge and skills 

As a Business Informatics graduate, you:

  • have theoretical and practical knowledge of advanced subjects such as methodology of development, implementation, and entrepreneurship of software products, ICT entrepreneurship and you are aware of important developments on these subjects and the relevance of them for your scientific discipline
  • are able to participate critically and constructively in scientific debates and reflect critically upon your own research contribution from a societal point of view
  • have the skills to communicate research results, both in written and spoken English and Dutch, to an audience of specialists or non-specialists
  • have a results-oriented working attitude that enables you to work as a professional in the field of Information Technology
  • have the qualifications to enroll in a PhD programme in the field of Business Informatics and you are qualified to acquire a position as a professional in the field of Information Technology

UU Career Services

UU Career Services offers training related to career orientation and job application skills; examples include writing an application letter and CV and conducting a job interview. You can find more information about career services on UU Career Services for Dutch students  or UU Career Services for international students.

UU Careers Day

Once a year Utrecht University organises a Careers Day. The Careers Day offers the opportunity to sign up for workshops and trainings, and to meet recruiters at the careers fair. It’s also possible to join a job application training or have your resume checked.