ATLAS talent programme
ATLAS is the Honours Programme for master students in the Netherlands with a special interest in Analytical Sciences. ATLAS aims to create a broad talent network by connecting Dutch universities and industry to help address major societal challenges.
Are you a talented and highly motivated student who would like to extend her or his knowledge on Analytical Technology? At the same time, would you like to improve your skills and build a fantastic professional network? Are you eager to contribute to solutions for contemporary societal challenges in collaboration with students from other universities and are you willing to invest extra time in (launching) your career?
ATLAS offers Saturday courses and summer courses in collaboration with national and international experts from academia and industry, challenges, company excursions and more. Check the leaflet for more information, and/or contact any of our students/alumni (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org)
All students who follow a two-year chemistry or related master programme in the Netherlands and who have a special interest in Analytical Sciences are welcome to apply for a position in our programme. Check the requirements in our recruitment folder. If your profile is not a perfect match, but you are very motivated to join, feel free to apply. After pre-selection of this years’ candidates interviews will take place and we will discuss individually how well your profile fits and what could be eventually done to remedy any shortcomings.
Application deadlines are:
1 October 2022 (for students starting their MSc in September 2022)
16 January 2023 (for students starting their MSc in February 2023)
If you are interested please find detailed information in the recruitment leaflet or contact the ATLAS programme manager email@example.com.
This honours programme enables you to learn from leading experts in analytical chemistry, both in industry and academia, and to get in touch with like-minded, talented and ambitious fellow students! A beautiful platform to dive deeper into the fascinating world of analytical chemistry and all its aspects!Dirk Wevers