Cross-Cultural Economic Psychology (Double degree)
Gain the best of two outstanding universities and graduate with two degrees: the MSc in Psychology from the University of Osnabrück, with a specalization in Cross-Cultural Psychology, and the MSc in Social Psychology from Tilburg University, with a specialization in either Economic Psychology or Work and Organizational Psychology.
National Student Survey 2018 | n=20
National Alumni Survey 2017 | n=11
Times Higher Education Subject Ranking, 2019
Program and courses
Graduate with two full Master’s degrees from two outstanding universities: MSc in Psychology: specialization Cross-Cultural Psychology, awarded by the University of Osnabrück and MSc in Social Psychology, awarded by Tilburg University. An ultimate two-year international experience including studying in Osnabrück for a year.
Combine the Cross-Cultural Economic Psychology track at Osnabrück with one of two tracks offered by Tilburg University:
Typical courses are:
- Methods of Cross-Cultural Business Psychology
- Intercultural Competencies and Management
- The Psychology of Negotiation
- Leadership and Organization
Ivo BrouwerMaster's student
"I am doing two internships at two different organizations to get as much (work)experience as possible. The knowledge and skills I’ve learned during my master do really come in handy for this, since knowing and being able to study consumer behavior and market research are really benefiting my skillset for this direction."
Olga SergeevaMaster's student
"I had two outstanding and invaluable years. In addition to a modern and advanced education in Social and Economic psychology, I received great friends and discovered the world. I am grateful for this adventure that broadened my horizons and gave an impulse to a future career."
Julia RotzingerMaster's student
"The program is a great preparation when looking to start a career in the field of Human Resources or Organizational Psychology. The classes are a mix of theory, discussions, group work and practical assignments. Combining thesis and internship is an excellent way to boost research skills, gain work experience and network."
Work in academic level positions in research, communication, policy, consulting, human development, and organization development in private, semi-private or governmental organizations.
Conduct theoretical and applied research to advance academic knowledge in the areas of social, economic and work and organizational psychology. Contribute to a variety of applied fields, by developing tools and interventions to solve practical problems in the areas of social, economic and work and organizational psychology. Research the effectiveness of these tools and interventions.
Some examples of our graduates’ starter positions:
- Financial Economic Crime Coordinator at Rabobank
- Hair Brand Building Marketing Advisor at Unilever
- Market Researcher at market research agency Ruigrok Netpanel
- Human Resource Manager at KPN
- Staff Consultant at Utrecht University
- Research Advisor at Driessen HRM
- Average number of months until first paid job is 4
- 65% of our alumni does find a job within 6 months after graduation
- Gross monthly income: €2,048
Source: National Alumni Survey, 2016 | n = 20
Admission and application
This program starts:
Best preparatory programs:
Bachelor in (social) Psychology
Tuition fees and scholarships
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