The information in this section is meant for exchange students. If you are interested in our English-taught study programmes, please follow the link below.
The Exchange programme Psychology is for international exchange students who are selected by their home institution in the framework of existing exchange agreements. As a rule students should have at least two years of academic education in Psychology, unless agreed otherwise with the partneruniversity.
There are only a few Psychology courses available in English, and these are mostly advanced level bachelor courses. Students who speak Dutch can also choose courses from the regular, Dutch curriculum. Learning Dutch is therefore strongly recommended!
Students who wish to attend the Exchange programme Psychology should first contact the study abroad officer or international relations office at their home university about exchange possibilities and on how to get selected.
Students can study in Exchange programme Psychology for a period of one or two semesters, according to the agreement with the student's home university. The 20 week semesters start in September and in February.
All students in the Exchange programme Psychology receive a transcript stating the courses they have successfully completed and the credits and grades obtained for these courses.
This programme of advanced undergraduate courses in English is offered by the College of Psychology.
|Credits||various ECTS, various months|
|Language of instruction||English|