In a unique learning environment, you will examine cognitive and emotional processes in the brain.
This master track focuses on psychopathology within adults, with the scientific approach as a central element.
This master track addresses the main issues that are currently relevant in education: educational innovations, assessment and testing and the growing diversity in the background of pupils.
If you're interested in how algorithms can be racist, how your smartphone is a political object, or how climate change becomes an issue for a growing population, this master programme is for you.
This new master track focuses on psychological contributions to both forensic and legal contexts.
This master track is about managing complex societal challenges in the public sector and how to govern the networks of the actors involved in order to solve wicked problems.
What are the opportunities for the management of migration flows? How to prevent discrimination and promote interaction and cohesion in culturally diverse societies?
Why do people migrate? How do migrants integrate in receiving countries, or sometimes fail to do so? This master focuses on sociological theories and research about migration.
This new master track is aimed at forming science-informed practitioners in digital behaviour change.
If you wonder how people can learn and perform optimally, then this master track is the right choice for you.