Master

Work and Organisational Psychology

Which working conditions help prevent mental fatigue? What determines the effectiveness of a team? And how do you stimulate innovation? These are the types of questions you'll be asking if you specialise in Work and Organisational Psychology. The programme covers topics such as human resources, human organisation and work psychology. You’ll also attend a series of workshops that specifically focus on practical skills, such as applying job analyses and measuring human performance. After you’ve obtained your master’s, you’ll have all the preparation you need to become an organisational psychologist. But you could also pursue an academic career, studying the psychology of work and organisations.

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      Want to know why others made the decision to join PREMIUM? Here are some! Applying is possible untill November 20th (www.edlab.nl/premium)

      "Premium helps you gain understanding and increase your respect for diversity in views and cultural backgrounds, an experience that does not always happen when you start working. So my advice to any potential participant is “make the most out of it! It will be a great and valuable experience.”
      “I am interested in finding out how to cope with the uncertainty of the real world and want to develop the skill of taking decisions when perfect information is unattainable. In addition, I greatly value the chance of creating something unique and the responsibility of seeing it through to the end, rather than merely analyzing what other people have done.”
      "During PREMIUM you are put in an environment which you don’t get by only studying. The interaction with real clients, together with workshops and personal coaching is a unique and precious opportunity you should not miss.”
      “I have learned a lot from the experience of Premium project and workshops! It is definitely one of the most influencing and unforgettable things in my life."

      PREMIUM – EDLAB
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      It’s the Week of the (International) Student! Visit our photobooth and take a selfie, and pin your selfie on the map. You get a second selfie to take home with you. You can find us in front of the Mensa, UNS40 😄 see you there! #InternationalWeek

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      Thinking from a 'world union' perspective. FPN students Lucrezia discusses her life as an international student at our faculty.

      Thinking from a ‘world union’ perspective - news - Maastricht University
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