Most graduates from the programme therefore continue to pursue a career in scientific research. Of course, a career in biotechnology-oriented sectors, focused on health or medical technology, is also a great opportunity.
Explore the influence of our genetic code on behaviour and health
What can you do after your Master's degree?
Start your career
Most graduates from the Genes in Behaviour and Health Research Master’s programme continue to pursue a career in scientific research, and take a PhD position at a university, either in the Netherlands or abroad. Others find roles as researchers at national or international applied research institutes.
Outside academia, you could start a career in biotechnology-oriented sectors focusing on health or medical technology. You could work as a consultant, researcher or big data analyst.