To guarantee the quality of the Bachelor’s Programme in Psychology we have adopted a selection procedure. Selection is based on two tests.
After application applicants receive information about enrollment for the selection days and procedure. All applicants attend two lectures on the lecture day, study for themselves and take two tests on the test day. You can choose between round I and round II. The selection rounds are completely equal.
You either enroll in
These are the only dates on which you can take the selection test. There is no exception to this rule. If you are unable to take the selection test on one of the two dates, unfortunately, we cannot give you a ranking number. Without a ranking number it is not possible to start the Bachelor's programme.
The lectures and tests will be on two different Psychology subjects. No prior knowledge is needed. The tests are designed to predict study success, with a higher score on the test you have a higher chance to be successful in our programme.
After the last selection round, the committee will determine the ranking for all applicants and inform you about your ranking number for admission (higher test scores means a higher ranking number). Based on the ranking we will let you know whether you:
From 15 April 2020 onwards, we will publish weekly updates on this page about the ranking numbers that have been offered a place in our programme.
Selection rounds will take place on Campus Roeterseiland in Amsterdam, or online. If you sign up for the online round, you are responsible for a good internet connection in a suitable testing room on the day of the assessment.
You are allowed to participate only one time in the selection procedure for this programme (one selection attempt). Each year, one selection procedure takes place.
A selection attempt will be registered if:
No selection attempt will be registered if:
Note: In case you fail your final high school exams, the used-up selection attempt can be annulled. Please contact the Admissions Office for more information.