After obtaining your Bachelor's degree in Psychology you can specialise in a Master's programme. Within this Master's programme you can choose between 11 tracks. Read more about the different tracks of the Master's in Psychology.
This Master's degree is designed for students who have chosen a clinical specialization and who, after the master's degree, wish to be considered for the post-master's degree in GZ psychology (health care psychologist) or another post-initial continuing education program, such as the post-master's degree in psychotherapy. Within this programme there are 4 different tracks.
Please note: these tracks are taught in Dutch.
The primary focus of the Research Master’s programme is developing critical, scientific thinking skills and teaching scientific knowledge and skills that are crucial for conducting high-quality psychological research.
As a Master's graduate, you will have developed an academic level of thinking and working. You will know how to analyse psychological problems and develop research questions on the basis of these problems.
Graduates find employment in a range of different positions, depending on the major:
Potential employers and working environments include: