Changes in admission per September 2021
Changes in admission procedure
Number of places
To ensure we can provide education in a responsible manner (which also relates to the number of internships available), we need to limit the number of places for capacity reasons. Therefore, a maximum number of places will be available for each track as of September 1, 2021. These maxima will be announced in June 2020 at the latest.
For all tracks for which the number of admissible students (i.e., students satisfying all admission requirements) exceeds the number of places available, a selection procedure will be followed. Details will be announced in June 2020 at the latest.
No automatic admission
Even students with a Bachelor of Psychology in Groningen or elsewhere in the Netherlands, or with a completed premaster, will no longer be automatically admitted.
The application deadline will be the same for all students (as will be announced in time).
Changes in admission requirements
Please read the detailed description of the general and track-specific admission requirements for enrolment as of 1-9-2021 .
For the following tracks the requirements will be tightened:
- Clinical Forensic Psychology & Victimology,
- Clinical Psychology,
- Clinical Neuropsychology,
- Klinische Neuropsychologie,
- Klinische Psychologie.
These requirements apply to all students.
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