Work and Organizational Psychology
In the Master’s program in Work and Organizational Psychology you will concentrate on science based solutions to human problems in work and organizational settings. You will learn how to optimize performance, improve processes and relationships, enhance fairness and equity, and increase subjective well-being.
National Student Survey, 2017 | n=21
National Alumni Survey, 2016 | n=20
National Alumni Survey, 2016 | n=20
Program and courses
This Master's program focuses on organizational behavior and psychology directed to work, organization and staff. It offers you the opportunity to become a specialist in Work and Organizational Psychology.
- Lectures are given by dynamic, international research teams of the European Network of Work and Organizational Psychology (ENOP).
- You will learn in small, interactive and international working groups.
Expand your knowledge and skills even further
By following one of the double degrees available:
- Double degree in Applied Social Psychology at Tilburg University and Higher School of Economic (Moscow, Russia)
- Double degree in Cross-Cultural Economic Psychology at Tilburg University and University of Osnabrück (Osnabrück, Germany)
Typical courses are:
- Occupational Health Psychology
- Personnel Psychology
- Leadership and Organization
- Work Group Psychology
The Master's program in Work and Organizational Psychology prepares you for both academic and practical career. After graduation, you will have the knowledge and skills needed to get started in functions in the fields of work and organizational psychology, human resources, marketing, financial services, policy, consulting or research.
Organizations where our graduates ended up include Deloitte, Rabobank, Arbo Unie, Schouten & Nelissen, Research Universities and Schools of Applied Sciences, various HR organizations and coaching / career counseling agencies.
Graduates started or work for example as:
- Human Resource Manager at KPN
- Staff Consultant at Universiteit Utrecht
- Research Advisor at Driessen HRM
- Average number of months until first paid job: 4
- Finds a job within 6 months after graduation: 65%
- Gross monthly income of graduates in the first year after graduation: €2.048
Source: National Alumni Survey, 2016 | n = 20
Application and admission
This Master's program starts:
End of August
Best preparatory programs:
Bachelor in (Social) Psychology
Tuition fees academic year 2018-2019
|€ 2,060*||€ 14,500|
* The EU rate only applies if you enroll for the program without a Master's degree from a Dutch university. More information about the tuition fees and scholarships available for international students.
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