Master of Spatial, Transport and Environmental Economics
Over the last years, students that finished the master STREEM had little difficulty in finding a job. Our alumni found jobs in:
- consultancy firms in the fields of transport, spatial policy, environmental policy and economics
- the public sector: ministries of transport, spatial planning, environmental affairs, economic affairs and local or regional governments
- larger firms active in transport, housing, etc. at companies such as KLM, Schiphol, NS
- international scene: EU, OECD, Worldbank
- academic research: PhD candidate or M-Phil (Tinbergen Institute)
Master of Transport and Supply Chain Management
Our graduates have jobs as...
Supply Chain Manager, Business Consultant, Project Manager, Buying Manager, ERP Consultant, Logistics SC Consultant, Operational Portfolio Manager, Distribution Manager, Transport Coordinator, Global Procurement Business Analyst, Test Engineer, Operations Manager, Brand Executive, Supply Chain Management Trainee, Consumer Goods Professional, Chairman, PhD Candidate, Researcher
At companies such as...
Ernst & Young, G-Star, IBM, ING, Cisco Systems, TNO, SAP Nederland B.V., TNT, DHL Excel Supply Chain, Philips, Delta Lloyd, Corus, Volkswagen Pon, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, KLM, Capgemini, Canon Europe, Stork Fokker, Getronics
Master of Earth Sciences and Economics
Water and Ecology Module
Governmental organizations, such as the Dutch Directorate General of Public Works and Water Management (Rijkswaterstaat), water boards (waterschappen), the World Bank, the UN Development Programme, and a wide range of international research institutes are among those organizations that we expect will be extremely interested in graduates who understand the behaviour of water, economic issues, and governmental organization and decision-making.
Climate and Geo-ecosystems Module
Governmental policy-making, water management, and spatial planning projects need experts with knowledge of climate change and its longer-term environmental implications. We work closely with governmental organizations and companies that are developing spatial concepts, and companies that are strongly influenced by climate change.
Our close connections with potential future employers, including the organization of short industry placements and guest lectures, provide students with excellent opportunities in the (international) job market. The programme produces highly-skilled professionals in key economic areas, including the petroleum and geothermal industries, natural resources, water exploration, and natural hazard mitigation.