We look forward to welcoming you to the IBP! Your academic year begins on the morning of Monday September 4th. You will receive an email with more details in August. In the meantime, to help you prepare, we have some important information to share:
If you would like to use courses given from another programme toward your 30ec of elective requirement you must always request permission in uSis to do so. This request must be completed at least three weeks before the course begins so that you will know if the request is approved before the start of the course.
Core Courses, Specialisation Courses and Elective Courses for students who began the programme in or after 2014.
Register correctly and on time for your bachelor's courses in uSis. If you do not register during the registration period, you will not be allowed to follow courses.
Leiden University allows you to shape your study programme so that it matches your interests and ambitions. After completion of the first semester of the second year of the Psychology programme.
Check regularly the agenda with discussion meetings for students and staff of the Institute of Psychology on a broad range of psychology topics.
Students of the International Bachelor in Psychology (IBP) who want to have a say in our programme are welcome to the International Student Platform (ISP).
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.
Labyrint is the study association for Leiden Psychology students. Apart from organising various study-related activities, Labyrint also offers the opportunity to increase social contacts between psychology students. Also worth mentioning: the online bookshop and Sofa magazine.
The IBP Team consists Jennifer Martin IBP study adviser and Neil Schön, student ambassador for IBP.
The Student Services Centre (SSC) is the first port of call for all Social and Behavioural Sciences students.
The IBP program is a full time, three year study. The first year is the same for all students and includes 12 required courses. In the second and third year there is room for some elective courses.
Are you interested in a post master professional training in health care professions? Mind the requirements for admittance.
Information on communication systems used at Leiden University.
Are you lacking credits for the first-year ‘Academic Skills Tutorial’ course unit? Or would you like to earn some extra money and take part in a research project? If so, you can sign up to participate in an experiment.
Confused about whom to approach with a particular question? Find the right person or department on the website.
In addition to our standard educational programmes, Leiden University offers extra opportunities, extracurricular, to small groups of students whose performance is excellent and whose abilities and wishes go beyond the standard programmes.
Part of our student support system is taken care of by the POPcorner. During your study you can rely on all kinds of support facilities, housed in your faculty building.
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There are a number of possibilities for non-Psychology students to take one or more electives within the bachelor’s programme in Psychology.