During your Bachelor program, you gradually start to discover which profile (B, A or U) and discipline (BPS, SED, AUDE (A/U), USRE) fits your interests and ambitions.
To help shape your career vision, and to help you decide what kind of engineer you want to be, there are multiple career orientation activities that offer you insight in future career possibilities. In the three years of the bachelor program you participate in different types of activities*, many of which are considered MyFuture Activities and may earn you MyFuture points (MFA). You will
- visit companies to discover the professional field of the different profiles,
- talk with professionals to get more in-depth information,
- discuss your options with your fellow students and your coach, and
- orientate yourself on the possibilities within the curriculum for year 2 and 3 and the follow-up masters.
Keep an eye on the career coaching canvas pages (7CB1, 7CB2 or 7CB3) and your student e-mail and read this page well to ensure that you do not miss any mandatory events or activities.
*Depending on the situation at the time, it will be decided whether specific activities will take place and in which form (on campus/on site/online/…).
Coaching and Advice
To help you considering your options and making choices, you will have a coach for the first year and a coach for the second and third year. Click here for more information about the roles of the student mentor, your coach and the study advisor.
MyFuture activities are career orientation activities that will help you as a student to gain an overview of your future career options from a variety of sources. These activities are mandatory for students of generation 2020-2021 and younger. Click here for more information on how the MyFuture Activities are set up, what you can expect, and what is expected from you.
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