behavioural economics

behavioural economics

New this year will be the master study board for Behavioural Economics. This board, consisting of four or five master students, will organize various events that help students develop themselves, orientate on different sectors and network. Such events can be in-house days, study trips or social drinks. If you have new ideas and think your fellow master students need other events, you have the freedom to organize them. In other words, as this is a new board, you will have the opportunity to set up brand-new events on your own initiative.

We are looking for Behavioural Economics students with excellent communication skills, an interest in organising and who have are enthusiastic about exploring the events that their master needs!

Joining the committee

6 - 8
Dutch not required
Recruitment period

Application for this committee is closed.

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