Foreign education — a solid and quality Foundation for their future career. Well consider your goals and schedule the steps that will lead you to them. So you can consistently move towards interesting, relevant and well-paid profession. The joy from the work that you do — the surest way to success in your chosen field. So, in a way!
STEP 1: Identify your personal qualities and preferences
Do what you like and are good at it. The prestige of the profession has value, but think carefully before, for example, to choose right, if you always attracted to the history of the world, or the economy, while you dream about the English language and the math test do not cause much enthusiasm.
Using services and specialists on career guidance, define from 2 to 5 specialties that you think best match your interests, goals and achievements. Here are some of them:
Short courses that help people 13-17 years to find a vocation and to choose the profession.
psychologist Elmira Davydova helps people of all ages to find themselves in the world of human Affairs.
STEP 2: Map your preferences and trends in the labour market
Defining "their" spheres of activity, find out what careers there are, which ones are marketable now and what specialists will be especially essential 3, 5, and 10 years in your country and abroad. From the list of popular professions select those that will fit you.
Watch the video of Yana Drapkina-Uehara about what professions will be in demand in Russia and in the world in the coming years.
Ask clarifying questions to the representatives of universities on the pages of the programmes of Dutch universities. University staff will be glad to answer all questions and help you with the selection.
STEP 4: Find out what you do and how much graduates earn
According to Eurostat, the Netherlands is one of the leaders in the percentage employed in the first year after graduation graduates in Europe. According to forecasts of the same organization in the next 20 -40 years in the Netherlands due to a natural reduction of the young population is expected to a serious lack of local expertise, so now the government is taking steps to invite to study to talented foreigners, and then to provide them with decent conditions in which they will be able to stay in the country. To estimate the relevance of a particular profession in the current time view jobs in your area.
Identifying programs that interest you in your chosen profession, ask for important information from professors on the pages of these programs in Russian or English.
STEP 5: Find out how professionals will make it easier to get a job in the Netherlands
In the Netherlands, unlike the UK, US and Canada, graduates of local universities have very high chances to remain on the job thanks to the program Orientation Year.
The Dutch government publishes information about the most important for the country's industries and occupations, the demand for which, according to experts, will steadily increase.