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Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE)

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PPLE is a small-scale, interdisciplinary Bachelor's programme that connects 4 disciplines: Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics. We need interdisciplinary connections to enhance our understanding of the modern world, to create and assess possible innovative solutions. Students will acquire the skills for their future career and life. We enable them to approach societal challenges from different angles and find interdisciplinary solutions.

UvA Bachelor's programme PPLE explained

Find out in 4 minutes what the PPLE programme is about and why you should study it at the University of Amsterdam.

An engaging academic experience

An interdisciplinary approach to understand complex societal problems

Personal guidance

Personal guidance and a small-scale educational approach

The PPLE Community

An engaging learning community that fosters personal growth

Study in a cosmopolitan city

A distinct location in the heart of Amsterdam

Why study PPLE?

  • Within PPLE we connect the dots of Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics to gain a better understanding of the modern world and address social issues from multiple perspectives.
  • PPLE is tight-knit learning community of students and teachers sharing a critical mind and a curiosity for the wicked problems of today's and tomorrow's society.
  • Benefit from personal guidance and support and our small-scale educational approach. 
  • Develop not only academically but also on a personal level outside the classroom. Take part in our inclusive Talent Development Programme or join our vibrant Student Association AIM.
  • PPLE has its own modern campus facilities, conveniently located in the city center of Amsterdam.
Facts & Figures
Degree programme BSc Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics
Mode Full-time
Credits 180 ECTS, 36 months
Language of instruction English
Starts in September
CROHO code 59312
Location Roeterseiland campus