The two year (120 EC) Master's  programme Science and Business Management (SBM) at Utrecht University aims to prepare Science students for a career in a business environment. Students are educated to understand both the scientific (year 1) and the business world (year 2). The first year comprises a science-focused programme, in which you will receive training in a research environment within your area of expertise. During the second year you meet and consider the subjects from business management and finally you perform a business internship at a company.
These pages provide additional, programme specific information for students who are currently enrolled in Science and Business Management. This resource should be used next to the Graduate School of Life Sciences Study Guide.

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6 July 2020 to 28 August 2020
Broaden your horizon and sign up for courses offered by the Utrecht Summer School 2020
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9 April 2020
Elections 2020: Faculty Council, Science
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Events UU

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6 July 2020 to 28 August 2020
Broaden your horizon and sign up for courses offered by the Utrecht Summer School 2020
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12 August 2020 11:00 to 12:00
An online workshop about how to build a complete and strong LinkedIn profile
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13 August 2020 14:00 to 15:00
An online workshop about how to write a CV and cover letter
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18 August 2020 11:00 to 13:00
An online workshop on exploring your career from home
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19 August 2020 13:00 to 14:30
An online workshop about how to prepare for a job interview

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4 August 2020
The Rector Magnificus presents two student awards. The names of the students and initiates have now been announced.
28 July 2020
Students are currently using UU-Gmail to receive emails from Utrecht University. However, as of 1 August 2020 this will be converted into a Solis account.
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27 July 2020
All multifunctionals will be replaced between now and 14 August.
21 July 2020
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14 July 2020
This is what was discussed in the latest university council meeting with the excecutive board

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