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Master Clubs

Master Clubs

Each Master program has a Master Club with students from that master that organize guest lectures, drinks and many other activities that are fit for the interest of the students in that specific program. The goal of this committee is to enhance the connections between fellow students. In sum there are eleven different Master Clubs:

  • Master Accounting & Control Club
  • Master Economics + STREEM Club
  • Master Finance Club
  • Master Financial Management Club
  • Master Marketing Club
  • Master Entrepreneurship Club
  • Master HRM Club
  • Master TSCM Club
  • Master Strategy & Organization Club
  • Master Management Consulting Club
  • Master Leadership & Change Management Club
  • Master International Management Club
  • Master Digital Business & Innovation Club

The mission of the Master Clubs is to enhance social cohesion, so to connect student with students. In addition, they will deepen and broaden the knowledge of the Master students. They will aim to do this by helping students to get in touch with their future employers, make the group of Master students a coherent group and reducing the distance between professor and student by strengthening their relationship. As a committee member of a Master Club you will find yourself in the midst of your year, talking with your professors and the head of the Master program about additional events, working together with other Clubs to organize social events and working on building an alumni network for your master.

What do I learn as a committee member?

As a member of the Master Club you learn various skills: how to connect students with each other and with potential employers, how to organize activities, communicating professionaly and how to work in a team. This will be done by organizing different social and career related events. Put your networking skills into practice by being the contact person for students, for professors and for employers. You will gain organizing and communication skills by doing for example acquisition and promotion. Besides this is a great opportunity to get to know all the master students of your study and therefore broaden your network socially and professionally. Lastly, you will work closely together in a team of 4 fellow students.

Pillar: Social + Career
Workload: 3-5 hours per week
Time: October – June