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Schedules for second year students Psychology

Last modified on 05-08-2022
On this page you will find schedules and information for second-year students Psychology who did not complete their first year.
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Schedules and information for second year students

Due to the Corona crisis the Binding Study advise has been reduced with 6 EC.

Students who started their study programme in the academic year of 2021-2022 must obtain 42 ECTS worth of credits in first-year courses in order to proceed to the second academic year. Therefore, the department of Psychology has put together different programmes that offers students who didn’t finish their first year the opportunity to complete the first-year courses in the first semester of the academic year 2022-2023.

Crash Courses

Most courses of the second semester (including Developmental Psychology* of the first semester) are offered through a Crash Course. A Crash Course is an accelerated and compact version of the course.

The courses offered in the form of a Crash Course are: Developmental Psychology* (6 EC), Behavioural Data Science (3 EC);  Social Psychology & Work- and Organisational Psychology (12 EC), Clinical Psychology & Neuropsychology (12 EC). The courses Introductory Psychology & Cognition (12 EC) and Research Methods and Statistics (12 EC) are not offered in the form of a Crash Course and should be followed as a whole again.

*Developmental Psychology is taught again in period 3. However, students who wish to start the specialisation in the second semester must participate in the Crash Course of Developmental Psychology.

Please see here the general information about the courses from the first semester of the 2nd year. (pdf)


Below you will find the most common schedules. Take a good look at which situation applies to you.

We recommend contacting the study advisor if you have any doubts about the feasibility of your study planning. Even if your situation is not listed, you can contact the study advisor to discuss your personal situation and planning.