Career Prospects

After your Master's

Your prospects after this Master's programme are good. Youth welfare has gained significant momentum. This Master's programme greatly emphasizes current social themes, which allows it to connect excellently to current societal developments. The programme also takes advantage of the growing demand for evidence-based actions regarding prevention and treatment of youth problems.

Possible career paths

This Master’s programme will make you a social-scientifically schooled university graduate fit for a variety of jobs in the wide scope of youth welfare.

Professional career

Some examples of jobs are:

  • staff employee
  • policy consultant
  • youth-welfare researcher
  • academic employee
  • intervention specialist
  • prevention employee
  • manager

Where will you be working?

Leonie Boor talks about her studies and her current work at the municipality of Edam-Volendam

Academic career

What will your job be?

  • researcher (PhD candidate/Phd)

Where will you be working?

  • at a university or (with a lectorship) at a Dutch university of applied sciences
A PhD candidate receives her PhD at University Hall