Faculty of Behavioural Sciences

Nothing is more international than BEHAVIOUR! Everywhere people act, are taught to do things better, interact to influence each other's behaviour, and are making decisions about tools and technology in use. Behavioural scientists are interested in the how and why of differences in behaviour, also between countries, cultures and over time. Some want to discover laws of behaviour that apply throughout the world and to all cultures. Every Behavioural Sciences student is an international student. Discover our behavioural research and education in the fields of psychology, communication, educational science, philosophy of science and science communication.

With effect from 1 May 2014 there has been a merger of this faculty and the School of Management and Governance. Both are combined into the new Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social sciences.

ZonMw funds animal-to-human infections project

Animal-to-human infections (zoonoses) are rapidly increasing. Together with the decreasing efficacy of antibiotics this becomes a major threat to global health.  Public communication and information provision on this subject, and... Read more

CW lauches online lectures

Starting on Monday, 21 April, you can attend an online lecture. This will involve six introductory classes from two bachelor's programmes at the University of Twente: Communication Science and International Business Administration. The... Read more