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:
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Research Master Psychology, and that is cause for celebration! On 30 June we will celebrate the anniversary of the Research Master, at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Please register.
Study advisors provide (prospective) students with information about the study. They discuss problems of any kind relating to the studies. Please, make an appointment. For all questions about studying abroad, please visit the exchange coordinator.
Are you curious about your options for studying abroad? Would you like to know what you can already do to increase your chances for Psychology abroad? Contact your Exchange coordinator.
Keep in mind to register your study results in time, in relation to the date of examination and diploma presentation.
This information session on Thursday 17 November for 2nd year IBP students is intended to help support you in your planning for the remainder of your bachelor programme. View the slides online.
First-year starting master's students need information and instruction on enrolment at the Master's introduction & course enrolment day Psychology on Thursday 26 January 2017
All Master's students enrol for the courses on the Master's introduction and course enrolment day. At this day the attendance of first year master's students in Psychology is required for a succesful start of their master's programme. Please check the Master's agenda.
You can receive your IBP bachelor's diploma on 2 September. Please fill in the Request Form for the Bachelor's Diploma before 15 July for the Student Service Desk as well as the Master's Registration form with your master's specialisation. Follow the procedure for enrolment in Studielink as a master's student before 1 August. Be present on 1 September at the Master's Introduction and Course Enrolment Day.
Students who have passed in-depth or elective courses in the last study year need to beware of similarity with new courses. See the schedule for overlapping courses, which cannot be taken both.
The presentations of the information session on 12 April are online. Read all you need to know about the third year required course and the Bachelor Project in which you will write your thesis. Some useful study tips for the third year are also included.
Watch the online lecture of the IBP Information Session on 10 December about the 2nd semester of Year 2 of the IBP programme, the third year and planning for your master’s programme.
The registration period for the Bachelor Project IBP Semester 2 is 14 December 2015 (10:00) until 23 December 2015 (24:00). On 3 December the descriptions of all Semester 2 Bachelor Projects will be available on Blackboard.
The Leiden University offers a wide range of subjects in Psychology for Exchange students and Study Abroad. Get an overview of all possible bachelor's and master's courses as well as the schedules.
International students who want to have a say in our programme are welcome to the International Student Platform (ISP). The ISP meets at least three times a year.
Do you want to think about the teaching at Leiden University and discuss your thoughts with lecturers? Sign up as the student representative of your specialisation! Deadline 11 September 2015.
The Psychology Science Day is not only to listen to our students, but also to discuss the research they have set out to conduct. Watch the pics of staff and students with a passion for science on our Leiden Psychology Facebook.
Problems with uSis? Please, consult the online help for a demonstration, an exercise, documentation and background information, including the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about uSis.
Traditionally, Science day afternoon is devoted to the research carried out by our Honours Bachelor students and our Research Master students. Watch the photo's at our Facebook Leiden Psychology.
Participation in colloquia is part of the internship. Research Master students have to register their participation. Because of this, the colloquium card is introduced. The card is obtainable at ms van Velzen at the Psychology Office during opening hours.