As a graduate of this Master's program, you will be able to work at organizations operating at the boundary between technology and its social application in both the private and public sectors. In many cases you will work in interdisciplinary teams consisting of engineers, social scientists, consultants, policy-makers, managers and social science and humanities researchers. You will also be able to work in industrial multinationals such as Philips, IBM and Shell, at universities and higher-education institutes, at statistical institutes such as Eurostat, at TNO applied scientific research organization, in government, in non-profit organizations such as the Red Cross or Oxfam. Your Master research experience will also qualify you for any relevant PhD program worldwide.
Current jobs of ‘IS’ graduates
- External advisor/consultant (28%)
- Manager, team leader (25%)
- Internal advisor/consultant (15%)
- Research, education (10%)
- Policy advisor ( 5%)
Read the interviews of our alumna on the menu. In our brochure you can read even more interviews.
This film gives you an impression of career opportunities after the Master's program Innovation Sciences.
"I’ve been involved in advising on improvement opportunities for buildings and giving training on the sustainability of buildings"Susan van der Heijden Alumnus
"I help to calculate the CO2 emissions of new projects"Wouter Drinkwaard Alumnus
"The Innovation Sciences program taught me to take an analytical, critical and broadly based view of issues"Arthur Vankan Alumnus