Non-degree seeking students

Students who have obtained a bachelor's degree in Psychology at a Dutch University and a master's degree in Psychology (specialisation DP, HS, NP and PL) of Maastricht University can follow a practical training, and if needed theoretical module(s), in order to meet the requirements for the Base-registration Psychodiagnostics (BAPD - Basis Aantekening Psychodiagnostiek) and Healthcare Requirement (GZ-verklaring).

As a non-degree seeking student you are entitled to follow one or more modules, and take part in the relevant exam(s) on the basis of a contract drawn up to that effect. If you achieve a satisfactory result, the Board of Examiners can issue a statement indicating this. Following courses as a non-degree seeking student cannot lead to the awarding of a degree.

Requirements to follow modules of the bachelor’s programme in Psychology

Many courses in the bachelor’s programme in Psychology are offered in Dutch. A number of courses are taught in English. Non-degree seeking students who do not speak Dutch are unable to participate in Dutch courses.

The following requirements apply:

  • You have a ‘VWO Diploma’ or ‘HBO Propedeuse’ (or equivalent)
  • You have attended and passed a Problem Based Learning course or will do so.*
  • You have to pay the participation fee before the start of the course

*If you do not yet study at Maastricht University you are obligated to follow the Problem Based Learning (PBL) training before you start as a non-degree seeking student. This course is held in the last week of August or in January. If you have a complete non-degree seeking student registration, the PBL training will be free.

 

  Important note: For all requirements and exceptions see the non-degree seeking student regulations above. Before you decide to apply through the form, make sure you have read the procedure.

Requirements to follow modules of the master’s programme in Psychology

Students with a master's degree in Psychology or equivalent can follow the modules of (another) master's specialisation as a non-degree seeking student.

The following requirements apply:

  • You have bachelor's degree from a university
  • You have to pay the participation fee before the start of the course
  • You have attended and passed a Problem Based Learning course or will do so.*

*If you do not yet study at Maastricht University you are obligated to follow the Problem Based Learning (PBL) training before you start as a non-degree seeking student. This course is held in the last week of August or in January. If you have a complete non-degree seeking student registration, the PBL training will be free.

  Important note: For all requirements and exceptions see the non-degree seeking student regulations above. Before you decide to apply through the form, make sure you have read the procedure.

Requirements for Practical Training base Registration Psychodiagnostics (BAPD - Basis Aantekening Psychodiagnostiek) or Healthcare Requirement (GZ-verklaring)

Students with a Maastricht University master's degree in Psychology can participate in practical training in order to meet the requirements for the BAPD - Basis Aantekening Psychodiagnostiek and GZ-verklaring.

The following requirements apply:

  • You have a Maastricht University master's degree in Psychology
  • The practical training should be completed within one year (GZ) or 9 months (BAPD); after obtaining the master's degree
  • You have to pay the participation fee before the start of the course.

*If you do not yet study at Maastricht University you are obligated to follow the Problem Based Learning (PBL) training before you start as a non-degree seeking student. This course is held in the last week of August or in January. If you have a complete non-degree seeking student registration, the PBL training will be free.

  Important note: for all the requirements and more information, see Regeling Praktijkstage 2017-2018, and the non-degree seeking student regulations above. Make sure you read them before you apply.