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Psychology: Sport and Performance Psychology (track)
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Career Prospects

As a graduate in Sport and Performance Psychology you can work as a sport psychologist with athletes, but you are strongly advised to follow postgraduate courses to develop your applied skills as a psychologist (especially with respect to counseling and psychological skills training).

If your goal is to become a sport psychologist in the Netherlands, you are advised to follow the post-Master’s program in Practical Sport Psychology (POPS) after the Master’s track in Sport and Performance Psychology. 

Other career options are:

  • High performance consultant
  • Mental coach in a dance company
  • Psychological skills trainer for musicians