Psychology (EN)

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

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Deze opleiding

!Deze opleiding communiceert alleen in het Engels.
We tonen daarom de Engelstalige opleidingsinformatie.
Are you ready for the many challenges of studying behaviour, awareness and the brain? Then this study will suit you, for psychology pervades all forms of human activity.

As a psychologist you deal with human behaviour and development in many fields, including psychological treatment, education, work place, sports, environment, traffic, health, media, and more. In clinical professions, for example, you are concerned with the treatment of people with emotional or behavioural disorders or supporting patients with neurological deficits. Developmental issues are central to clinical work as well, since origins of maladaptive behaviour often lie in early childhood.

In our bachelor programme:

  • you learn about theories of the biological, cognitive, social and environmental factors influencing behaviour;
  • you obtain basic communicational and diagnostic skills necessary for work in practice;
  • you are trained to get an in-depth focus on the methodological and statistical knowledge and skills essential for scientific research;
  • you learn to reflect on scientific theory in psychology;
  • you learn to reflect on your own development as psychologist;
  • you have the possibility to focus on a domain of your own interest and that fits best with the track in your future Master programme.

Deze opleiding heeft meerdere vormen :
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diplomaBSc Psychologie
typeregulier, 180 EC
start1 september
taalvolledig English
opleidingsduur3 jaar voltijd
heeft geen numerus fixus
geen honoursprogramma
Carolin Katzera, student Psychology

Waarom aan de Rijksuniversiteit?

  • the Psychology department in Groningen is ranked #29 in the world according to World University Rankings
  • very broad programme based on recognized and versatile expertise
  • easy access to the international world of research
  • learn from and interact with an international group of students and instructors
  • strong emphasis on integration research results

Open dagen en meeloopdagen

Webclass Psychology
The University of Groningen organizes web classes twice a year and these web classes are designed to give you a look at the first year of study. They last 4 weeks and during this time you will get 4 assignments lasting about 2-3 hours each.
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opbouwOur online course catalog provides detailed information about all courses via

Scroll down for the overview of the courses, click a course name for course details and description.
1e jaar The first year courses will introduce you to
  • general psychology
  • biological psychology
  • developmental psychology
  • personality psychology
  • social psychology
  • methods of research and statistics
  • history and applications
Introduction to psychology
Statistics Ia
Introduction to research methods
Academische Vaardigheden
Statistics Ib
Psychology: History and application
Developmental psychology
Social and cross-cultural psychology
Dialogue and group skills
Personality and individual differences
2e jaar The classes are subdivided in various professional areas of psychologists:
  • work, organizational and personnel psychology
  • cognitive psychology
  • clinical psychology
  • clinical neuropsychology
  • environment and social behaviour
Test theory
Statistics II
Communication and diagnostic skills
Working with Psychology
Cognitive Psychology keuzevak
Introduction to Clinical Neuropsychology keuzevak
Psychology in the workplace
Clinical psychology
Social environment and behaviour
Research methods: theory and ethics
Research practicum
Statistics III
Theory of Science
3e jaar The first two years are the same for everyone and they have a broad orientation. You can now compose your courses to prepare optimally for on of the specializations of our master programmes. Also you can choose from many other courses within the field of psychology or from a different context, even at foreign universities.


  1. Honours programmeHonours programme
  2. Excellence programmeExcellence programme


taal van onderwijs100% en
onderwijsopzet10% zelfstudie
70% theorie
20% praktijk
literature study, internship, research, research project, research proposal, tutorial, lecture, working group, group assignment, individual assignment, practicum, self study
instruction modes
Please find the course catalogue en time schedules on:
study abroad
The programme offers the possibility to do a minor at a foreign university.
exchange programs
  • Erasmus - Europa
    There are contacts with several universities in various countries in Europe.
  • Internship Agency China - China
  • Marco Pl - Nederland
  • Marco Polo - Canada
    There are contacts with several universities in various countries ouside Europe.
  • Marco Polo - Brazilie
    There are contacts with several universities in various countries ouside Europe.
  • Marco Polo - Rusland
    There are contacts with several universities in various countries ouside Europe.
  • Marco Polo - USA
    There are contacts with several universities in various countries ouside Europe.
  • Marco Polo - Mexico
    There are contacts with several universities in various countries ouside Europe.
  • Research Internship - Canada
bindend studieadvies
  • minimaal 45 EC in de eerste 12 maanden

You will be offered study advice after first year of study. You can expect a positive result if you have earned more than 45 ECTS credit points (out of a total of 60 ECTS). If you have earned fewer than 45 ECTS and are issued a negative result, you will not be allowed to continue with your degree programme.
You will receive preliminary study advice in December to make sure that you know where you stand. Please contact your study advisor as soon as possible if you have any questions about the BSA system.
N.B. Some degree programmes use a tutoring system; please check with your study advisor.

study guidance
There is a lot of attention for Study Support at the Psychology Department. At Psychology there are academic advisors for the Dutch as well as the English programme.
The academic advisors have open office hours every morning and you can also make an appointment. You can reach them through and by e-mail.

Students whose academic progress is not going according to plan will be called for an interview.
The academic advisors give information about:
  • The degree programme as a whole
  • Career possibilities
  • Rules and procedures
  • Information events

They give advice on:
  • How to tackle studying
  • How to combine studies/part-time job/social activities
  • Study delay
  • Studying with a disability

They assist with:
  • Long-term planning
  • Study progress meetings
  • Changing to a different degree programme/university
  • Requesting a degree certificate

Adequate referral of students to internal/external bodies, such as:
  • Exam Committee
  • Board of Admissions
  • Assessment committee
  • Teachers
  • Co-ordinators Master Programmes
  • Co-ordinators Internships
  • Board of Appeal
  • GP/doctor/hospital
  • Student Service Centre

Mentor groups
Students belong to the same group during the entire first year. They are supported by mentors who are in close contact with the academic advisors.

In addition, students learn during the first year course 'Writing and Presenting' how to study in an academic environment. Some of the things they learn are: how to prepare a study planning, to practise the making of summaries and mind-maps, and the use of other tools that can help to make studying easier.

Toelating en studiekosten

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1 september 2018
aanmelding deadline : 1 mei 2018
wettelijk tarief : € 2060
instellingstarief : € 2060
niet-EU/EER studenten : € 8300
1 september 2019
aanmelding deadline : 1 mei 2019
collegegeld nog niet bekend

toelaatbare profielen
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hbo-pStudents who finished their first year of an applied sciences university programme, cannot automatically be admitted to the Bachelor of Psychology. The admissions board may ask for supplementary requirements. Please contact the academic advisor for more information.

We strongly advise a firm background in English (see language test below), Mathematics and Biology. In the bachelor, there is a strong emphasis on scientific research. Many students experience difficulties with statistics, so it is important to realize in advance that this is part of your studies.

If you do not fulfil the conditions for admission to the Bachelor of Psychology programme and still want to study, please read the information on

studie kosten
bron: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
bedrag kostenpost
€ 500levensonderhoud
€ 684studiematerialenper jaar
€ 600visa/permitvoor de gehele opleiding
inbegrepen in collegegeld

estimated monthly costs

bron: Nibud
303kamerhuur in Groningenrond het landelijk gemiddelde
172collegegeldop basis van € 2060 per jaar
80studieboeken en -spullen
77uiterlijkkleding, kapper, schoenen
132vrije tijdstappen, uit eten, vakantie
42vervoernaast de OV-kaart

€ 1171totale maandelijkse uitgaven landelijk gemiddelde is € 1181
Hiernaast staat een overzicht van de gemiddelde kosten die een uitwonende student heeft. Niet iedere student heeft met iedere kostenpost te maken. Het totaalgemiddelde is dus niet gelijk aan de optelsom van alle kostenposten.

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Studenten en studentenleven


? studenten volgen deze opleiding
?% daarvan is vrouw
380 eerstejaars gestart in 2017
73% daarvan is vrouw
28510 studenten aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
51% daarvan is vrouw
bron: StudieData


The study association for Psychology in Groningen is the VIP. With over 2300 members and 160 active members they are the largest and perhaps also the most social study association of Groningen.
Throughout the year VIP organizes various activities related to your studies, like for example, lectures, workshops, an exchange week and conferences. You can also order your study books at a discount through the VIP. In addition, there is plenty of attention for the social side with drinks and parties.

Op kamers in Groningen

55216studenten studerend
31914studenten woonachtig   
€ 303gemiddelde kamerprijs
kamer betaalbaarheid
21 m2gemiddelde kameroppervlak
kamer beschikbaarheid
bron: Nationale Studenten Enquête

aan het woord: studenten en docenten

Jessie Syme
"To anyone who is thinking about studying overseas: just do it. It's a big, scary risk but it is so worth it.... Groningen is probably the smallest place I've ever lived in, but it's got everything."

After I finished high school in South Africa I wanted to return to Europe. I'm half South-African and half English, and grew up in both countries. I looked around to see where I could study in English and found the psychology Bachelor's programme in Groningen.

Psychology seemed like a good basis for all sorts of things, and I knew that even if I didn’t end up working in the field of psychology, it would be a good background for something else. Now I’m in the final year of the Bachelor’s programme.
Groningen is probably the smallest place I’ve ever lived in, but it’s got everything...
It really is a big little city, every night of the week there is something going on. And it’s great that you can get around so easily, by bike or on foot.
In the programme you learn how to think critically, how to decipher scientific articles and how to disseminate scientific information. The way I think about things and the way I take in news has changed as a result.
One thing I’m really impressed with here is the level of English. I have lecturers who are able to teach me really complex things and I understand them perfectly even though they are from all over the world.
After I finish I’m going to take some time off and think about what I want to do, also because I want to pursue more creative, theatrical things. But I think psychology will be useful for everything I do. You learn how people think, how to interact with them, why people act the way they do, and you learn to interpret their behaviour. All that has been valuable.
To anyone who is thinking about studying overseas: just do it. It’s a big, scary risk but it is so worth it. There are many international students, so you’re just going to meet people and experience a whole new way of life which is very exciting. One tip: Facebook is invaluable: from bicycles to housing, from clothes to furniture, for everything, really.

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Marco Burelli
When I found out I could study Psychology in English abroad, I decided to give everything up and start over again.

My name is Marco Burelli, I'm 29 years old and I'm originally from Udine, a small city in the north of Italy. I'm in the second year of the Bachelor's degree programme in Psychology. Before I started my Bachelor's I worked for a couple of years in Italy. After a while I realized I didn't want to do that job for the rest of my life. When I found out I could study Psychology in English abroad, I decided to give everything up and start over again.

My first impression of Groningen was very good. It is exactly the right size for a city and there are so many students...
I expected it to be well organized, because of the stereotypes about The Netherlands. But I was still really surprised by how clearly all the information is provided through the website. You always know what you have to do today, tomorrow, next week or even in six months. That's a huge difference with how things are organized at universities in Italy.
The students on my degree programme are very open and friendly, and particularly in the international track everyone is very willing to meet new people. Although there are many students in the Bachelor's in Psychology, you also have small classes. There were only 12 of us in my academic skills class last year and I made a lot of friends.
At first I thought I wanted to be a workplace psychologist, but now I don't know anymore because all the course units are so interesting. I might want to work for an NGO, but I'm not sure yet.
I'm extremely happy that I decided to come here. The quality of the University is so high that I am confident that whatever specialization I choose I'll be satisfied and that I'll find a job that makes me happy.

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student William Pitz
The study is quite broad

I come from the UK and I wanted to experience a different culture. Hence I thought The Netherlands might be a nice opportunity seeing, as the culture is, although different, still quite similar to my home culture.I decided to study the English Bachelor of Psychology because at the time Groningen was the only university that offered Psychology in English

The study is quite broad and in the 3rd year you have the opportunity to choose modules.
Because of the large amount of students the main method of assessment are Multiple Choice exams...
Clinical psychology does not offer a compulsory internship.
I am planning to go back to the UK to do a master in Forensic Psychology. After finishing that I would like to work in a court or in a prison as a forensic psychologist, working with criminals and their possible mental disorders.
My parents finance my studies and I have a job, in order to get a bit of money on the side. Besides studying I am a member of the faculty council for the faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences. I was a board member at the VIP, Study Association of Psychology, for a year and I currently am a Student Assistant for Communication and Diagnostic Skills.
Future students I would tell that studying Psychology in Groningen is completely different to other continental or UK universities. Some students can cope with that easily, others can't

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prof. dr. B.M. (Barbara) Wisse
Over the years one of my main research interests has been the topic of power, leadership, and influence in organizations.

Over the years one of my main research interests has been the topic of power, leadership, and influence in organizations. Other work has been guided by an interest in emotions, organizational change and the role of the self in organizational contexts.

Webpage Barbara Wisse
Brian Ostafin
Automaticity and addiction

My research focuses on mental habits (automatic processes) and addiction. Automatic attentional and behavioral responses are necessary to guide behavior towards natural rewards (good food, attractive mates). However, they may become strongly linked to cues of addiction and thus contribute to use that occurs despite a conscious desire to restrain.

My work examines the role of these automatic appetitive processes in failures to control addictive behavior. I also examine how mindfulness training may help to overcome such mental habits, thereby increasing self-control.
Prof. dr. T.T. (Tom) Postmes
Interaction between individual, group and society

Man is by nature a remarkably social and co-operative entity. People not only feel comfortable in groups and social networks, together they construct whole societies. Such group processes create huge benefits for each individual. In spite of this, we increasingly see ourselves as unique and autonomous. Such interaction between individual, group and society is central to my research.
Lecturer Don van Ravenzwaaij
Don van Ravenzwaaij – Assistant Professor in Statistics

I teach on the Bachelor's programme in Psychology and the Research Master's programme in Behavioural and Social Sciences. I teach the course units Statistics and Statistical Solutions to Problems in Psychology, which are English-taught.

Just like so many other students, I started taking Statistics thinking that it was simply a compulsory hurdle I had to pass. As my studies progressed, however, I started to find it more and more fun. I discovered that statistics isn’t some abstract idea confined to the lecture hall but something you can use in daily life. One example is board games...
Thanks to first-year Statistics I realized that I could use statistics to work out what the optimum number was! I was using it not only for knowledge but in my everyday life.
What are my research passions? My field actually acts as a kind of umbrella science – statistics is the means that is used to help many different fields draw conclusions. It is very important that it is done properly and I always try to make that clear to students. I think I succeed in the main – there are always fanatical students who want to continue in statistics.
In the Psychology degree programme, Statistics is used for the social case studies we work with. In principle you can use statistics for just about everything, it’s simply the method you use that varies. Psychology is incredibly broad. You can research many different topics. For example, I have researched ‘speedy decision-making’ – how do people make decisions under time pressure? Psychology can be used to deal with many different themes, but when it comes down to it it’s all about ourselves.
Compared with other psychology degrees in the Netherlands, the Groningen programme is very research-oriented. This means that students get a relatively broad training in statistics. The biggest advantage of this is that if your ambitions lie in academia, you’re in the right place.

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Laurent Krook
Lecturer in Research Methods, Academic Skills and Bachelor's thesis supervisor

I work at the Teaching Unit of the Psychology department. This means that I teach a selection of basic course units for the Bachelor's programme in psychology, both in English and Dutch.

I teach four course units in three days, namely: research methods, Bachelor’s theses, research practice and mentor groups. I spend the other two days doing my own thing, unconnected with the Bachelor’s programme in psychology...
My original plan was to pursue a PhD; I applied but nothing came of it. I then applied for a teaching position here and soon realized that I actually prefer teaching to conducting research.
The thing I like about the course units I teach is that the department has a sort of omnipresence: every student must follow our course units. I teach students the basics of academic learning, academic writing skills, giving academic presentations or carrying out empirical research. This lays the foundations for an academic future, so that students can decide for themselves where their interests lie in the more specialized departments.
Psychology ties in nicely with the concept of the Teaching Unit; you put it to good use anywhere. It’s a very broad concept, so it’s not only useful in psychology itself, but also in lots of smaller fields. Learning from each other about all the different disciplines and understanding the links between them is great fun. I think that for many people, a Bachelor’s degree in psychology together with a Master’s degree in a subject related to psychology forms a solid basis for a career. Psychology covers so much ground, whatever your specialization and whatever you plan to do.
Prospective students can expect an international learning environment, as we teach the Bachelor’s programme in psychology in both English and Dutch. Students are given a lot of freedom; they can compile their own package of course units, and new initiatives and ideas are welcomed. Finally, they can look forward to living in a great, young, lively city.

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1/14 Rijksuniversiteit
Psychologie (EN)
€ 303 gemiddelde kamerhuur
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? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
2/14 Rijksuniversiteit
€ 303 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4.2/5 studenttevredenheid
526 eerstejaars
69% vrouw
6 uur contacttijd/week
80% Nederlandstalig
20% Engelstalig
3/14 Erasmus
€ 342 gemiddelde kamerhuur
? studenttevredenheid
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
75% Nederlandstalig
25% Engelstalig
4/14 Erasmus
International Bachelor in Psychology
€ 342 gemiddelde kamerhuur
? studenttevredenheid
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
5/14 Universiteit Leiden
International Bachelor Psychology
€ 350 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4/5 studenttevredenheid
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
12-18 uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
6/14 Universiteit Leiden
€ 350 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4/5 studenttevredenheid
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
12-18 uur contacttijd/week
80% Nederlandstalig
20% Engelstalig
7/14 Radboud Universiteit
€ 315 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4.1/5 studenttevredenheid
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
12-18 uur contacttijd/week
50% Nederlandstalig
50% Engelstalig
8/14 Radboud Universiteit
€ 315 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4.1/5 studenttevredenheid
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
12-18 uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
9/14 Maastricht University
star Elsevier
€ 308 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4/5 studenttevredenheid
401 eerstejaars
75% vrouw
12-18 uur contacttijd/week
100% Nederlandstalig
100% Engelstalig
10/14 Universiteit Twente
€ 250 gemiddelde kamerhuur
? studenttevredenheid
342 eerstejaars
69% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
11/14 UU
€ 336 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4.1/5 studenttevredenheid
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
12-18 uur contacttijd/week
100% Nederlandstalig
12/14 UvA
€ 424 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4.2/5 studenttevredenheid
215 eerstejaars
69% vrouw
6 uur contacttijd/week
50% Nederlandstalig
50% Engelstalig
13/14 Tilburg University
star Elsevier
€ 253 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4.1/5 studenttevredenheid
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
12-18 uur contacttijd/week
100% Nederlandstalig
100% Engelstalig
14/14 Amsterdam VU
€ 424 gemiddelde kamerhuur
4/5 studenttevredenheid
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
12-18 uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
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Psychology (EN) aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen is beoordeeld door 591 respondenten. Gemiddeld waarderen ze de opleiding met 4.1 uit 5.
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Studie in cijfers

In deze tabel staan resultaten van deze studie in cijfers uitgedrukt. Hiermee kan je vergelijken hoe deze opleiding het doet in vergelijking met dezelfde opleiding bij andere onderwijsinstellingen.

Na de studie

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Beroepsperspectief / arbeidsmarkt

Psychologists get into jobs where thorough knowledge of human possibilities and constraints is important. For instance a job in mental health care. You should think of assistance or therapy. Psychologists can also work in business or in organizations. For example, they are used to recruit new staff, in coaching or training. Finally, it is possible to find yourself in research institutes or universities.
current job market
bron: arbeidsmonitor
€ 2059gemiddeld bruto maandloon
41%kans op een vaste baan
6%kans op een voltijd baan
53%kans op een baan op niveau
51%spreekt van "goede aansluiting arbeidsmarkt"
71%is tevreden over de studiekeuze

vergeleken met andere studies

zoektijd baanzeer slecht
salaris na 1,5 jaar zeer slecht
kans op een vaste baan zeer slecht
bron: Elsevier beste banen 2015

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+ cijfergemiddelde
Universiteit LeidenDevelopmental Psychology research+ motivatiebrief
+ cijfergemiddelde
Universiteit LeidenSocial and Organisational Psychology research+ motivatiebrief
+ cijfergemiddelde
Universiteit LeidenApplied Cognitive + aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenChild and Adolescent + aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenClinical Neuropsychology+ aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenClinical + aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenEconomic and Consumer + aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenHealth and Medical + aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenMethodology and Statistics in + aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenOccupational Health + aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenSocial and Organisational + aanv. eisen
Amsterdam VUWork and Organizational Psychologygeen aanvullende eisen
Universiteit LeidenPublic Administration+ aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenEconomics and Governance+ aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenInternational and European Governance+ aanv. eisen
Universiteit LeidenLinking Politics and Policy+ aanv. eisen
RijksuniversiteitReflecting on Psychologygeen aanvullende eisen
RijksuniversiteitReligion, Conflict and Globalization+ aanv. eisen
RijksuniversiteitReligion, Health and Wellbeing+ aanv. eisen
Maastricht UniversityResearch Master in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience research+ basiskennis
+ motivatiebrief
+ toelatingsgesprek
RijksuniversiteitResearch Master in Economics and Business researchgeen aanvullende eisen
Maastricht UniversityResearch Master in Health Sciences researchgeen aanvullende eisen
Tilburg UniversitySocial Psychology+ aanv. eisen
Tilburg UniversitySocial Psychology, Track Economic Psychology+ aanvullende vakeisen
Tilburg UniversitySocial Psychology; Track Work and Organisational Psychology+ aanv. eisen
Tilburg UniversitySociology+ aanv. eisen
RijksuniversiteitSport Sciences+ 30 EC pre-master
Tilburg UniversityStrategic Management+ 30 EC pre-master
Tilburg UniversitySupply Chain Management+ 30 EC pre-master
RijksuniversiteitSustainable Entrepreneurshipgeen aanvullende eisen
RijksuniversiteitTalent Development and Creativitygeen aanvullende eisen
RijksuniversiteitTraffic Psychology and Sustained Mobilitygeen aanvullende eisen
Tilburg UniversityVictimology and Criminal Justice+ aanv. eisen
Radboud UniversiteitWijsbegeerte van een bepaald wetenschapsgebiedgeen aanvullende eisen
Maastricht UniversityWork, Health and Careergeen aanvullende eisen
RijksuniversiteitWork, Organizational and Personnel Psychologygeen aanvullende eisen

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