At the end of the third session we explained that developing your career often already starts with the choice of your studies and whether you want to become a fundamental or applied scientist. Do you feel like you want to know facts, find answers to the unknown or derive new theories? Then you might like to choose a more fundamental approach in both your study as your career (PhD, researcher, etc.). Or would you rather apply theories, solve wicked problems or develop new products? In that case you might want to consider an applied study and career (developer, laboratory technician, advisor). But even if your study is for example an applied study, it might still lack some fundamentals and vice versa. If you feel like your study is lacking fundamentals or applications you might want follow a course which teaches you what you want or you can talk to your program committee and mention what the program lacks.