Graduates in the Entertainment Communication track are experts in their field. They know the most important developments and controversies in this area of research and the strengths and weaknesses of existing research. They are capable of conducting empirical research with a range of audiences, understand the ethical aspects of conducting research, and have the skills required to write a persuasive advisory report on how best to reach distinct audiences.
Because of the clear need for entertainment communication expertise across the numerous domains and target groups, the career opportunities are broad.
Our alumni have found positions with:
In these spaces, our alumni have taken upon a range of positions to provide integral solutions to communication problems. Positions include communication advice and management, (new) media design, policy work, (social) media planning, user testing, and tailored solution consulting.
The career prospects for our alumni are encouraging. A recent study (2017) shows that graduates who started looking for a job immediately after graduation have found a suitable job within two to three months (n=231).