Studying at another faculty in the Netherlands (within or outside Maastricht University) and would you like to study at the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience? It's possible!
Non-Maastricht University students
Non-Maastricht University students, from a Dutch university, are welcome to study at the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience (FPN).
Are you interested in a bachelor's module offered by FPN? Please have a look at the admission requirements per academic year and at the programme in general. To take modules offered by FPN, that are part of the Research Master in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience and Master in Forensic Psychology, you must have obtained a bachelor’s or equivalent degree in a relevant academic field, and be enrolled in a two-year selective master’s programme elsewhere. Modules of the selective masters, Research Master and Forensic Master, are only accessible for subsidiary students who have obtained a bachelor’s or equivalent degree in a relevant academic field. And students who are enrolled in a two-year selective master’s programme elsewhere.
Maastricht University students
- If you are studying at another faculty of Maastricht University and would like to take a subsidiary subject at the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience (FPN), then you should apply through the Special Course Approval procedure via the My UM Portal. Please find the manual for Special Course Approval in the Portal as well
- Your request will be assessed by the Board of Examiners of your home faculty. After approval, the request will be forwarded to the Board of Examiners of FPN who assesses if you can be registered (is there still place, do you meet entrance requirements etc.)
- In case of approval and availability of enough places, the secretariat of the Education office will inform you about schedules and materials
- Registration deadlines are applicable
- If you would like to register for a Minor in Psychology, go to this page.
The Board of Examiners of the faculty will decide admissibility, based on previous training and availability. If approved, the secretariat of the Education Office will inform you about schedules and materials.
Note: A prerequisite for taking part in the modules is to have a training in Problem Based Learning (PBL) in advance. This training is held in September or January. If you are already familiar with PBL, please send proof with your application. If you have a complete registration, the PBL training will be free.