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Master's Programme Committee

The Institute Master's Programme Committee is responsible for the constant process of adjusting and modifying the education programme, for instance, by means of education evaluations, both small-scale and large-scale. The Committee is concerned with possible overlap between courses, whether courses follow up on each other, the exact formulation of regulations for teaching and examinations, etc.

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. Students are encouraged to participate as much as possible in the resulting reorganisations of education.

International Student Platform

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

Meetings

The MPC meets once a month. The sessions are open to the public. Students contribute to the MPC's activities through regular written education evaluations and evaluation panels. In addition, students can always approach members of the MPC with remarks concerning the programme.

Members

Staff Representatives    

Student Representatives 2018-2019

  • Michelle Snoeks  -   Applied Cognitive Psychology 
  • Mara van der Burgt  -   Clinical Neuropsychology 
  • Christian Le  -  Economic and Consumer Psychology 
  • Laura Zwanenburg  -  Health & Medical Psychology 
  • Frederiek Schouten  -  Methodology & Statistics 
  • Simone Peters  -   Occupational Health Psychology 
  • Clarissa Kölgen  -  Child and Adolescent Psychology 
  • Saskia Zaal   -  School Psychology 
  • Vacant - Clinical Psychology 
  • Vacant  -  Social and Organisational Psychology 

NB:

Advisors/Auditors

Master evaluation commission 

Secretary

Contact

Ilja van den Brandt
Secretary Master's Programme Committee,
Institute of Psychology
Leiden University
PO Box 9555
2300 RB LEIDEN
i.van.den.brandt@fsw.leidenuniv.nl
Room 2B01

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