Students of the LRM programme come well-prepared to the labour market. In the first year, we offer various workshop aimed at developing transferrable skills like time-management, inter-cultural competences, collaboration competences and self-analysis. In addition, it is possible to participate in workshops on writing application letters and preparing a good curriculum vitae. The activities undertaken by study association Aletheia also help you to prepare for the future. You will engage in one of their committees to help organising lectures, the yearly study trip, the yearly conference or advise the programme leaders on the study programme. The programme of the annual study trip always includes a visit to an international or foreign legal institute, such as the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. In essence, the LRM offers a wide range of activities geared towards labour market exploration and career development.

Study Association Aletheia 

The Aletheia Legal Research Study Association was founded in March 2014 by the students of the Legal Research Master. Together with committees such as the Lecture Committee, the Conference Committee, the Study-Trip Committee and the Advice Committee, the Board of Aletheia is responsible for organising study-related and social activities for all students of the Legal Research Master. Along with this, Aletheia also helps Legal Research Master students with all matters relating to doing research. Aletheia also offers a social network for Legal Research Master's students and alumni, such as by organising drinks after monthly guest lectures. You can find more information about Aletheia and their upcoming events on their Facebook page.

Career Development Support

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. Furthermore, the alumni network supports graduates with workshops and meet-ups after graduation to expand networks and skills.

UU Careers Day

Once a year Utrecht University organises a Careers Day. The Careers Day event 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.