Apply now to become an interviewer at Room for Discussion! 

What does Room for Discussion add to your Student life? 

As an interviewer at Room for Discussion, you become part of a close-knit team organising and staging interviews with insightful and high-profile guests from the economy, politics and academia. You acquire skills that no class at this university can offer. How to persuasively invite a renewed CEO. How to pose the right questions to the head of the International Monetary Fund. How to make a conversation over lunch with a world famous economist. You develop these and many other skills as you go about realising your very own interview-idea and in tandem with top-journalists, interviewers and experts at one of our many training sessions. Last but not least, you become part of a close group of people that share your interests and motivation to get involved in today’s economic, political and societal challenges.

What do we expect from you? 

We expect you to have the motivation and courage to contribute to Room for Discussion on and beyond the stage. All members contribute roughly 15h/week to the committee, including weekly meetings on Monday evening. We’d like you to have a very good command of the English language and a good understanding of Dutch would make for a plus. If you are interested in economics and politics and feel like your up for the challenge of interviewing Mario Draghi, Christine Lagarde, Peter Singer and others live on stage, drop whatever you’re up to and apply at Room for Discussion!

How  to apply? 

Send us your Curriculum Vitae alongside a short but crisp motivation letter via until the 20th of September.

Got any questions? 

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