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Unraveling the secrets of human movement

About 80% of students acquires a position in an academic context within six months after they finished the Research Master's programme Human Movement Sciences.

After completion of the programme, graduates are qualified to work as well-versed researchers with an independent work attitude, capable of successfully completing a PhD trajectory if aiming for a career in academia, or contributing to R&D in industry or other non-academic institutions. They can tackle timely research questions in the multidisciplinary realm of human movement sciences as well as in fundamental and applied clinical disciplines.

The majority of graduates enters a career in (inter-)national academic research institutions or R&D units in industry, health care or sports.

What can you do after your Master's degree?

Start your career

To date, about 80% of our alumni have taken up research positions. You’ll also be well equipped to start working in other research-related roles, or to pursue a career as an embedded scientist or knowledge broker in the fields of sports or health. 

If you decide not to embark on a scientific career after graduating, that’s no problem – you’ll still benefit from excellent career prospects. For instance, alumni have found work in ICT, movement-related technology, teaching in higher education, research-related coordination and management.

Where has the Master's degree taken us?