SubjectPsychology, Behavioural and Social Sciences
Type of Course and Duration:
Bachelor of Science, 3 Years
Numerus Fixus: Yes
The aim of the Bachelor of Science in Psychology programme is to provide students with a broad understanding of the main fields of psychology and to offer a basis for further study and independent research. The programme is designed to develop knowledge of the factors influencing human behaviour and to develop skills for the application of this knowledge in a wide range of settings, including the workplace, educational settings and community affairs. It develops such academic skills as preparing reports and giving presentations and such practical skills as administering diagnostic tests and conducting interviews.
Students who have successfully completed the Bachelor’ programme have the option of further study and a specialisation in the one-year Master of Science in Psychology programme. The Master’s programme prepares students for a career in Fundamental or applied research or for a career as a consultant or policy advisor in different areas related to human behaviour.
Check out the testimonials of British students, Tom Morin, Ritwik Swain, Gemma Scottand Matt Harris, who are currently studying this course at University of Groningen.
To find out more visit the university's websitehere.