Would you like to be a psychologist who can help others develop a positive, balanced, and resilient way of living? Do you see yourself using psychological expertise to design solutions for challenges in healthcare – for example, in clinical practice – business, education, or the fight against terrorism? Do you want to be a forward-looking psychologist who knows how to deal with the possibilities and risks of new technologies? Are you looking for a solid bachelor’s degree that combines classic psychology with a hands-on, 21st-century approach? Then our three-year, English-taught bachelor’s programme Psychology is the right choice for you.
A lot of people tend to associate psychology mainly with clinical ‘couch psychology’. In our bachelor’s programme Psychology you will discover that psychology is much more than that – and offers far broader career prospects, too. Of course, you will build a solid foundation in clinical psychology, personality psychology, cognitive neuropsychology, social psychology and developmental psychology. On top of that, we will give you the tools you need to design effective interventions for new challenges in our rapidly changing world – using human-friendly robots, or creating smart solutions for tackling gaming addictions, or traffic risks resulting from mobile phone use. At the UT, you will learn to analyse personal or social problems in an academic way and to systematically work out a realistic solution in which your psychological knowledge is embedded.
During this three-year Bachelor's in Psychology, you will follow twelve modules: four modules per year. Each module covers a theme and brings together all the main aspects of your studies: theory and practice, research and solution design, self-study and teamwork.
Anglų kalbos žinias gali patvirtinti vienu iš šių būdų:
*Jeigu nori pasitikrinti ar tavo anglų kalbos žinios yra pakankamos studijuoti Nyderlandų aukštosiose – suteikiame galimybę laikyti Oxford anglų kalbos testą. Nors anglų kalbos testas nėra reikalaujamas, patartina žinoti savo galimybes ir kalbos lygį.
For the academic year 2022-2023 there are 350 places available for candidates who want to start studying Psychology at the UT. Assigning these places will be determined by your performance during a selection procedure. Please note that the selection procedure takes place once per year and you can take part in the selection procedure for this programme no more than three times.
When you (conditionally) meet the admission requirements for the Psychology programme, you will receive an invitation and further information for the selection procedure by e-mail in the first week of February. The selection procedure consists of three components that will evaluate your fit with and skills for Psychology at the UT: an online matching assignment, an online written test on scientific psychology literature and an online written test about methods and statistics. Your performance on all three components will result in an individual ranking number. If you have a ranking number up to the maximum total number of 350 available places, you will be offered a place in the Psychology programme. You need to accept this offer within 14 days in order to secure your place.
Stojant į į University of Twente programas būtina laikyti ne mažiau kaip 3 valstybinius egzaminus.
Stojant į Psychology programą būtina:
Visi, kurie dar nėra pabaigę mokyklos ir į šį universitetą stoja besimokydami 12 klasėje, kartu su pažymių išrašu privalo prisegti ir dokumentą, kuriame būtų nurodyti planuojami laikyti brandos egzaminai. Dokumentą užtenka patvirtinti savo parašu. Egzaminų formą rasi ČIA.
Wherever there are people, psychologists like you can make a contribution. You will be equipped to investigate and analyse behaviour, and to find practical (and sometimes technological) solutions for psychological questions. Would you like to know where our alumni end up? Watch the Liang’s video or read the alumni testimonials.
WORKING AS A PSYCHOLOGIST
Below is a description of each specialization detailing the career possibilities and examples of places you could work after your (Master’s) programme.
CONFLICT, RISK & SAFETY
In the Conflict, Risk and Safety specialization you will learn to develop, implement and evaluate safety interventions. This makes you the perfect candidate for a job as a behavioural scientist with the police, the ministries of Defence or Justice, as a trainer, mediator or safety researcher, or as a safety advisor. Some of our students who have completed this Master’s specialization have found jobs as a behavioural scientist for the police, a coach/trainer at a vocational training centre, a psychologist for the Ministry of Defence, an implementation manager for the Child Care and Protection Board, a TNO researcher and advisor to a safety region.
POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY & TECHNOLOGY
As a psychologist specialized in mental healthcare, you can apply scientific knowledge to practical behaviour. You will be equipped to treat psychological disorders and to promote positive mental health using practical and/or technological applications. This means you can get a job as an all-round psychologist in the mental healthcare services, at a rehabilitation centre, or as an intervention researcher or designer. With this specialization you will fulfil the requirements for the Basic Psychodiagnostics Registration (Dutch: BAPD) and the Dutch mental healthcare programme.
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY & TECHNOLOGY
Specializing in Health Psychology & Technology will equip you to play an initiating and coordinating role in the development, implementation and evaluation of health promotion interventions for the general public, patients or care providers. For instance, you can work as a researcher, policy officer or coordinator of HP interventions at health promotion organizations (such as RIVM, NISB, Soa AIDS Nederland), hospitals or care institutions, municipal health services, companies and research institutions.
HUMAN FACTORS & ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY
As a psychologist specialized in Human Factors & Engineering Psychology, you will be skilled in helping companies and institutions make technological systems simpler and safer. You can also give advice on achieving the desired emotional impact and on the power of expression of new media. You will be able to get a job as a usability expert with a large (international) company, a scientific researcher at a university, or in organizations such as TNO or IfADo. This specialization also fits in well with post-doctoral programmes such as the ‘user-system interaction’ course at the Eindhoven University of Technology.
LEARNING SCIENCES (INSTRUCTION, LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT)
If you take the specialization in Learning Sciences you will be trained to research learning processes in various contexts and to present instruction solutions, if necessary. With your knowledge of learning you will be able to give advice on improving learning processes and learning results. Your knowledge of instruction methods makes it possible for you to work on learning arrangements with or without IT in both the commercial and non-profit sectors.
Tu laukei ilgai. Kantriai žaidei pagal taisykles, kurios buvo ne tavo. Tu laukei. Ir sulaukei. Mokyklos era baigiasi. Šiandien jau Tavęs laukia pasaulis. Kur skrisi? Kur mokysiesi? Kur linksminsiesi? Kur atrasi naujus draugus? Kur iš naujo atrasi save?...
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