Working at a University (Round 2)
Do you like the environment of Leiden University and do you want to know more about a career ‘here’? Then join the session by two Leiden alumni who decided to start their career at Leiden University, in different roles: a policy advisor and a former PhD:
Marie van Hout is a policy advisor International Affairs at the central Strategy and Academic affairs department of Leiden University. In this role she is involved in the policy-making of university-wide projects related to international research cooperation, international mobility of students and staff and international students. She also helps organizing the incoming and outgoing visits of the University Board to international partner universities, embassies and other institutions. Prior to this job, Marie was a tutor at the bachelor programme Public Administration of Leiden University where she teached working groups to first and second year students.
Marie obtained her bachelor degree in Political Science at the Radboud University Nijmegen. During her bachelor she went on an Erasmus exchange to France. She obtained a Master degree in European Union Studies (MA - Humanities) and in Public Administration (MSc - FGGA) at Leiden University. During her first master she did internships at the Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment and at the Montesquieu Institute in The Hague.
During her presentation she will talk about her experience at working in a non-academic position at University, and about how her previous study and working experiences benefit her in her current role.
Eduard Schmidt is a PhD-Candidate at the Institute of Public Administration and a research fellow at the Leiden Leadership Centre. In 2014, his supervisors and he received a NWO Research Talent Grant to study the role that top civil servants play when they need to manage cutbacks targeted at their organizations. In his dissertation, Eduard focusses on questions about leadership, political-administrative relationships and strategic management. At the Leiden Leadership Centre, he focuses on how leadership can contribute to creating public value. Next to research, Eduard is involved in teaching several bachelor and master courses, for example on public management and organizational change. Prior to this job, Eduard was a full time board member of the National Students Union of the Netherlands (Landelijke Studentenvakbond, LSVb), in charge of public affairs.
Eduard obtained a bachelor degree in sociology and a bachelor degree in Public Administration (both at Utrecht University). During his bachelor, he went on an exchange to Mannheim University in Germany and did an internship at the municipality of Leusden. He obtained a research master degree in Public Administration and Organizational Science (MSc, joint program from Utrecht University, Tilburg University and Erasmus University Rotterdam). During his master, he did an internship at consultancy firm Turner.
During his presentation, he will talk about his experience as a PhD researcher and lecturer at Leiden University.
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