Transitional arrangements master Psychology (in Dutch ‘overgangsregeling’)
A transitional arrangement applies when the curriculum changes. The transitional arrangements can help you if a course is not offered any longer, and you failed to complete the course successfully. The transitional arrangement then indicates which re-sits of the exam are still being offered and by which current units of study the (old) course is replaced.
For students who failed to complete more than one course that is no longer offered it is important/necessary to contact the study counsellor/adviser.
You can find the transitional arrangements for each year of study in the program-specific appendix (PSY / MPS) of the Education and Examination Regulations (EER/OER)