The Psychology programme of the University of Groningen has a selection procedure. This means that the department decides for itself who will be admitted to the programme. It has been decided to select in this way because we would like to admit the most suitable and best motivated students. We have 650 places in the programme. So do not be discouraged to take part in the selection procedure.
What does the selection procedure mean?
The Psychology department decides for itself who will be admitted. This is done in a few steps. Read the details about the steps below or first watch the animation 'Selection explained in less then a minute'.
Step 1: Application
You can apply until 15 January 2019 for the Psychology programme through Studielink. Please follow the instructions there carefully. Studielink is the central registration platform for higher education in the Netherlands: www.rug.studielink.nl .
Within ‘Studielink’ you can select either the Dutch or the English programme. Please make sure that you select 1 September as the starting date, otherwise you might encounter problems during the application process.
After your application in Studielink, your admissibility for the Psychology programme is checked. For information on the Admission procedure, please check:
Dutch students: http://www.rug.nl/education/nederlandse-studenten/
International students: https://www.rug.nl/education/international-students/application-procedure/
Step 2: Motivation Letter
In order to participate in the selection procedure all candidates will have to write a motivation letter in which you indicate in maximal 250 words why you would like to study Psychology in Groningen. You have to upload this letter before 15 February 2019* using the link below. When you have uploaded the letter successfully, you will get a confirmation email.
By submitting your motivation letter, you are automatically registered for participation in the selection tests.
*Please note: the deadline has been extended
Step 3: Selection Procedure
The selection procedure of Psychology means that all of the students who have applied to the programme will have to take an online test.
The test will be held on Saturday on 2 March 2019. It will consist of 3 parts:
- Biological Psychology: part 1 and part 2
Statistics (please note: this material can only be studied online, downloading is not possible)
Answers statistics assignement
- Online lecture Social Psychology, watch the lecture Social Psychology by Dr. Liga Klavina
The score of your test results will be compared with that of the other participants, and thus determines your chances to be accepted.
Questions? Please read the selection test FAQ's.
Step 4: Admission
On 15 April 2019 you will receive your ranking number through Studielink. Your position determines whether you will be admitted to the programme.
If you have any further questions on your admission, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any further questions on the selection procedure, please send an email to: email@example.com .
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