Economic and Consumer Psychology (MSc)
Get to know us through our online and in-person events for prospective students!
Are you thinking about joining this Master's programme, and want to determine if it will be the right fit for you? Below, you can browse the events that we have coming up, and sign up to experience Leiden University and the programme for yourself. Alternatively, take a look at the Master Talks videos to find out more about the programme or check out our virtual campus tours!
Master Talks: Programme videos
On the Master Talks: programme videos platform you can find videos for each master’s programme. This includes a video which gives a short introduction to the programme and after the Master's Online Open Days you will also be able to watch a recording of the programme presentation on the platform.
Are you thinking about studying your master's and are you wondering what Leiden University has to offer? Then simply visit us on campus during the Master's Open Day. Find out which of our master's programmes taught in Leiden or The Hague suits you best! We're ready for your future!
Are you interested in a specific master’s specialisation in Psychology? Do you want to know more about what it is like to follow this master’s specialisation at Leiden University? By attending a lecture and discussions with a student, you can learn more about the programme that you are considering.
Get to know the campus
Check out our virtual campus tours, filmed in 360 degrees – by dragging the video, you can look around at the surroundings yourself. Below is the video recorded at the Humanities faculty, where most of your lectures will take place; you can also view other 360 campus tours of the various university faculties here.
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'I've known for at least a year that I’m almost certainly going to do Economic and Consumer Psychology. I’d really like to work in the business sector and play a role in selling a product within a company.'
Eva van Kessel
'I really liked being a 'Student for a day'. The master student gave me a lot of information, and the teachers were competent and friendly. For me this was a last check, because I've already been approved for the master specialisation. I now know for sure that I want to start this master in September.'