Personal Circumstances

The bachelor’s programme in Psychology enforces a Binding Recommendation (BSA). At the end of your first year you will receive a (final) binding recommendation. You will receive a negative BSA if you do not meet the requirements set by the bachelor’s programme. A negative binding BSA entails that you cannot continue with the bachelor programme you are currently enrolled in. During the (mandatory) meeting with your student mentor a detailed explanation about the BSA will be provided.

When determining your binding recommendation by the Programme Board, personal circumstances will be taken into account, provided that you have discussed your circumstances with the study adviser and have applied for an assessment of your circumstances by the Committee Personal Circumstances (CPO) in time.