As a Human Movement Sciences graduate, you’ll have a holistic background in physical activity, ageing, health and sports.
Many Human Movement Sciences graduates continue on to a PhD programme or find employment as a researcher working for companies and organisations in the medical sector.
As product developers, Human Movement Science graduates help develop or optimise products that help people with reduced mobility, such as braces.
Graduates of the Human Movement Science programme have also found jobs as trainers at rehabilitation institutes or major sporting clubs, where they either focus on helping people regain their mobility, or help them maximise their physical performance.
Alumni @ Work
Graduates have found positions as:
- human factors specialist at ErgoS Engineering and Ergonomics
- senior scientist at Nestlé and DSM
- lecturer at Fontys Sport Hogeschool
- advisor NOC*NSF / TVM speed skating team
- entrepreneur working with braces
- embedded researcher at Sport Centre Papendal
- applied scientist at rehabilitation centre
- researcher at Service Medical
- PhD student at Maastricht University as well as at other universities worldwide