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Psychology

Organisation

The Executive Board and the Board of Education of the Institute of Psychology are responsable for the organisation. A number of committees offer specialised knowlegde, such as the Research Ethics Committee. Students have a say in study programme committees.

Executive Board 

Philip Spinhoven, Scientific Director 

The Executive Board is responsible for the strategy of the Institute of Psychology, for managing the personnel and finances of the institute, and for distributing tasks among staff members. 

Board of Education

The Board of Education is responsible for the organisation and integration of education within the Institute of Psychology.
Executive Board & Board of Education

Board of Admissions

The Board of Admissions is responsible for the requirements for the Master's Programmes in Psychology (MSc).
Board of admissions

Board of Examiners

The main tasks of the Board of Examiners are described in detail in the rules and regulations concerning teaching and examinations.
Psychology Board of Examiners

Research Ethics Committee

The Psychology Research Ethics Committee considers applications for ethical approval for research conducted within the Institute of Psychology. 
Psychology Research Ethics Committee

Research Committee

The Research Committee acts as an advisory body with respect to the activities of the Executive Board.
Research Committee

International Student Platform 

International students who want to have a say in our programme are welcome to the International Student Platform (ISP). 
International Student Platform

International Student Platform IBP

Students of the International Bachelor in Psychology (IBP) who want to have a say in our programme are welcome to the International Student Platform (IBP-ISP). 
International Student Platform IBP

Bachelor's Programme Committee (BOC)

The Bachelor's Programme Committee acts as advisor to the Board of Education. In other to ensure a broad basis for advice, the Committee includes 6 students, in addition to one lecturer for each section.
Bachelor's Programme Committee

Master's Programme Committee (MOC)

The Master's Programme Committee acts as advisor to the Programme Board. In other to ensure a broad basis for advice, the Committee includes 9 students, in addition to one lecturer for each specialisation.
Master's Programme Committee (MOC)

Research Master’s Programme Committee (R-MOC)

The Research Master’s Programme Committee acts as advisor to the Programme Board. In other to ensure a broad basis for advice, the Committee includes 5 students, in addition to one lecturer for each research master track.
Research Master’s Programme Committee (R-MOC)

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