The Psychology Master's (MSc) degree course trains scientists and professionals to solve problems on the basis of scientific psychological evidence.
Problems related to industry and organizations, government and policy, health and safety, media and technology as well as education in a knowledge society frequently require solutions based on psychology. The application of technology in organizations may be important, but knowing how to work with technology is even more important. Health problems cannot be solved by medical treatment alone: psychological intervention is often more effective. Schools and other educational institutions mainly focus on learning and knowledge so psychology can contribute by offering insights for improvement.
The Master of Science in Psychology (MSc) programme trains scientists and professionals to apply psychological theories, which are based on scientific evidence and could be applied to analyze psychological problems and design, implement and evaluate psychological solutions. Within this master programme students can choose one track out of five major fields of Applied Psychology: Cognition and Media; Learning Sciences; Conflict, Risk and Safety; Mental Health Promotion as well as Health Psychology.
- Cognition and Media
- Conflict, Risk and Safety
- Health Psychology
- Learning Sciences
- Mental Health Promotion
1) The Psychology Master degree programme is only offered in Dutch! Non-Dutch students must demonstrate sufficient fluency in the Dutch language before they can start the application procedure. The level should be NT2 the highest level available. An appropriate language exam is organized by the IB-Groep. Once a year the University of Twente organises a Dutch language course for mainly German students.
2) An ILTS or TOEFL exam (for the English language) is not necessary for the admission.
3) Applicants should have completed an appropriate educational programme (at least a Bachelor's or equivalent degree in an academic field) which is related to the field of Psychology. It depends on your prior professional/academic education if you will be admitted and if you have to follow a pre-master Psychology program before you can start with the master Psychology program. In the majority of cases you must first follow a pre-master Psychology program.
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