Welcome to HANalyst,
We are an association that is organized by and for Institute of Applied Biosciences and Chemistry alumni of the HAN. We meet regularly, which creates excellent opportunities to develop your professional network for sharing knowledge and socializing. HANalyst is meant for alumni, which enables you to contribute to what we do and the way we do this.
On this website you can get in touch with your old study friends. If you fill in your personal details and keep them up-to-date, we can easily find each other. You can search by name, study specialization, graduation year, company and directly contact others. Are you looking for a new colleague or temporary lab facilities? This is also something that we can help with.
Besides this, we regularly organize events and keep you updated on relevant issues through the website and newsletter.
Keeping in touch with your alumni network is valuable and useful for your professional life. Register now!
Annual General Meeting HANalyst
The HANalyst board wants to invite all of its alumni to the Annual General Meeting on the 23rd of May 2019. During this meeting the HANalyst board will give accountability for the carried out policy and present the plans of 2019. From 18.00 you are welcomed with a cup of coffee or tea at the Laan van Scheut 2. The general meeting will start at 18.15. Afterwards you’re invited to share some drinks with us at the HAN café Zalloon.
Master Molecular Life Sciences
Great news from the HAN Master in Molecular Life Sciences: this degree course will be funded by the government from the 2018/2019 academic year! This means the tuition fees for EU students will be much lower. They will now only be paying the legally required fee of 2,083 euros a year.
The Master in Molecular Life Sciences is offered as both a part-time and full-time degree. It focusses on applied research and product development in the field of life sciences. During the degree, students work on developing their life sciences and project management skills. Both full-time and part-time students combine the theory programme with workplace learning. Part-time students perform tasks in their own work setting. Full-time students do an internship alongside the theory programme. They contribute to projects there 3 to 5 days a week for 3 years (see flyer attached). This benefits both the student and the internship company: students gain work experience during their master studies, and internship companies receive extra project assistance for 2 whole years.
The Master in Molecular Life Sciences has earned a top rating for the 7th consecutive year (Keuzegids Masters)!
Interested in doing the degree? Know a colleague who would be interested? Or do you have an internship spot you’d like to offer one of our talented master students? Please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also find more information on our website: www.han.nl/werken-en-leren/studiekeuze/masters/molecular-life-sciences/
BCF Career Event 2019
No matter if you are already on the job for years or about to make the first steps, you cannot miss BCF Career Event on 23 May in Utrecht if you want to develop your career in Life Sciences further.
The programme features i.a. sessions about leadership, becoming your own boss as entrepreneur, work-life-balance, effective body language use, and other exclusive sessions and workshops. Various company presentations will help you finding your next employer to make that big step forward you are looking for. If you are looking for more personal dialogue, Connect with the CEO or join informational interviews with professionals.
Not enough? More than 80 exhibitors, complemented by personal career coaching, CV- and LinkedIn-checks, advice for expats, and panel discussions. Mingle with employers, other professionals and increase your network. Register for free by 15 May!
Summary HANalyst event 2018
HANalyst presented “Knocking on your neighbour’s door.” A visit to HAN BioCentre.
On the 29th of November HANalyst organized a new event. For this event we stayed close to home! HAN alumni Bram Visscher gave us all the ins and outs about HAN BioCentre and talked about his research projects within the centre. For those who were interested a small tour through the HAN BioCentre facility was provided.
The evening ended at our favourite HAN meeting place “the Zalloon”. Drinks and bites were of course included.