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Course module: 202000970
Professional Development
Course info
Course module202000970
Credits (ECTS)1
Course typeStudy Unit
Language of instructionEnglish
Contact personT.H. de Kluijver, MA
T.H. de Kluijver, MA
Contactperson for the course
T.H. de Kluijver, MA
dr. F. Nijboer
Academic year2021
Starting block
Application procedureYou apply via OSIRIS Student
Registration using OSIRISYes
Development as an independent creative designer (portfolio, challenges, IRC), taking into account the three pillars of Professional Development

A: General Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)
- Student finds her/his way as a CreaTe professional at bachelor level in the multicultural ever-changing society and - professional field
  1. - Student profiles her/himself as a creative technologist (profiling part)
  2. - Student identifies for her/himself in which part of the field he wants to become more proficient in the master phase or to be active in (deepening/ widening part)
  3. - Student behaves her/himself as a professional, bachelor level (exploring part)
B: Intended learning outcomes - PROFILING
  1. - Student shows (for future client/ employers) her/his own CreaTe product through a digital portfolio
  2. - Student updates the portfolio regularly and makes conscious choices
  3. - Student profiles her/himself by networking
  4. - Student can communicate her/his strengths and skills confidently
C: Intended learning outcomes - DEEPENING & WIDENING
  1. - Student knows (professional) interest
  2. - Student can identify skills or knowledge to develop, aligned with her/his career direction
  3. - In certain parts of the curriculum, the student has become more proficient than is offered in education
  4. - Student has gained skills and/or knowledge from topics that are different than the scientific elements of the program, but related to the field of Creative - Technology or a personal passion
D: Intended learning outcomes - EXPLORING
  1. - Student is aware of the nature and possibilities of and within the field of creative technology
  2. - Student can identify skills to stay up to date that are relevant to the field of creative technology
  3. - Student regularly re-assess his career goals and action steps
  4. - Student is familiar with general professional skills and knowledge
  5. - Student understands his areas for professional growth
  6. - Student knows how to identify work environments that are satisfying for her/him
  7. - Student can apply an analysis of cultural differences to creative technology solutions
Mentor meetings; IRC; self-study; workshops

Manual enrollment via Osiris is only for Creative Technology students. If you want to enroll, please contact K. Zalewska (
Module 3
Participating study
Bachelor Creative Technology
Required materials
Recommended materials
Instructional modes
Self study without assistance
Presence dutyYes

Presence dutyYes

Professional Development

portfolio, contact mentor

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