Choose the right study programme
You started your studies this year. Time for reflection: is this the right programme for you? Or are you thinking of switching to another programme?
- If in doubt, make an appointment with your study advisor.
- Visit the study choice advisor at the Career Service for advice and tips on making the right choice of new study programme.
- Read more about study (re)choice on the Career Zone.
Become a member of a study or student association
Membership of an association can help you develop your social and networking skills. You’ll get to know your fellow students and, in doing so, broaden your network. On top of that, you’ll get a clearer picture of your study programme’s professional field through the various readings, excursions and company get-togethers organised by the association.More info
Join the Honours College
If you want to get more out of your studies, sign up for honour education. The Honour College is an extra-curricular programme, especially for Bachelor students who are willing and able to do more. Develop your talents to the max! Honours education will teach you additional skills and broaden your network.More info
Develop your skills
Attend workshops about study skills and personal development.Workshops study skills Employability skills
Gain relevant experience
A part-time time job or volunteer work, in an area relevant to your studies, is a good idea. You’ll gain practical experience which will be a great asset when you come to look for a job.LU Job portal Volunteer work