Environmental Psychology

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

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Which factors induce environmentally harmful behaviour and what motivates people to act pro-environmentally and accept pro-environmental policies? How does the changing environment affect us?

Questions like these are addressed in the Master's programme 'Environmental psychology'. The programme focuses on the interactions between humans and their environment. You will acquire theoretical knowledge and methodological skills needed to understand the human dimension of environmental and energy-related problems. The programme is taught by the world-leading Environmental Psychology group at the University of Groningen.

There is an urgent demand for this expertise in environmental psychology. Governments and companies seek advice from environmental psychologists to understand the human dimension of sustainable development, and leading journals, such as Nature, stress the importance of the social sciences for understanding and tackling environmental and energy-related problems. This master will equip you for job opportunities that focus on finding effective and societally acceptable solutions to these problems.

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locatieGroningen
diplomaMSc Psychologie
typeregulier, 60 EC
start1 februari, 1 september
taalvolledig Engels
opleidingsduur12 maanden voltijd
accreditatiesNVAO
croho-code60260
heeft geen numerus fixus
geen honoursprogramma

Waarom aan de Rijksuniversiteit?

  • We offer one of the few programmes in the world that focus on the human dimensions of environmental and energy-related problems
  • A strong emphasis on theoretically innovative research and application of scientific insights in practice
  • You can take part in ongoing research of the internationally renowned Environmental Psychology group, or set up your own new research.
  • You can directly apply your insight to real-life cases (internship)
  • We use innovative teaching methods

Open dagen en meeloopdagen

Video van webinar MSc Environmental Psychology Groningen
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Studieprogramma

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opbouwIn the online catalog, scroll down for an overview of courses of the Environmental Psychology track, click a course name for course details and description.

Methodological courses you can choose:
* Repeated measures
* Multivariate models
* Advanced research methods in social and organizational psychology
* Test construction
The master programme Environmental Psychology equips you with the theoretical knowledge and methodological skills to understand the human dimension of environmental and energy-related problems. Furthermore, it provides you with the expertise to develop effective and societally acceptable solutions for these problems.
periode
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Environmental Psychology
5 EC
Master thesis afstuderen
30 EC
Methodological course (upon choice)
5 EC
Personal, social and cultural change
5 EC
Designing interventions
5 EC
Advanced topics in Environmental Psychology
5 EC
Working in interdisciplinary teams
5 EC

Onderwijs

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studiebegeleiding
Our academic advisors provide more detailed information about our programmes and give advice to prospective students, students who are enrolled in one of our programmes, and alumni.You can turn to them with questions about the programme itself, study planning, choosing courses/minors, enrolment, rules and regulations that apply to a programme, following courses at other faculties, studying abroad.
Do not hesitate to make an appointment with your academic advisor. You can arrange for a meeting by phone (+31 50 363 6301, student service desk)
Please also check our online information system: http://www.rug.nl/gmw/questionandanswer. Often, you are not the first person to have a particular question, and the online information system may already have an answer for you.

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We recommend you to take all the courses as indicated in the programme schedule. If you are interested in writing part of your master thesis abroad, you can discuss this with the master thesis coordinator. In that case, you will be co-supervised by researchers from the university you visit. Our group collaborates with scholars from all over the world.

Toelating en studiekosten

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startmomenten

1 februari 2019
aanmelding deadline : 15 november 2018
collegegeld nog niet bekend
1 september 2018
aanmelding deadline : 1 mei 2018
wettelijk tarief : € 2060
instellingstarief : € 2060
niet-EU/EER studenten : € 14350
1 september 2019
aanmelding deadline : 1 mei 2019
collegegeld nog niet bekend
The admission requirements depend on the prior education.

For a full description of admission requirements, application procedure and admission procedure, please consult Admission requirements.




toelatingseisen

basiskennis
If you have any deficiencies in connection with Statistics and Research Methodology then we offer the possibility to take pre-master courses. The Admissions Office will inform you if you would qualify for this.For more information have a look at the SPO site about this premaster: http://spo-groningen.nl/premaster-statistics-and-research-methodology/

taaltoets
Non-native English speakers must moreover provide evidence of satisfactory results for one of the standard tests. For an overview, please see http://www.rug.nl/gmw/psychology/education/switch-modules/taaleisen

vooropleiding
The admission requirements depend on the prior education. For a full description of admission requirements, application procedure and admission procedure, please consult http://www.rug.nl/gmw/psychology/education/switch-modules/

Inschatting maandelijkse studiekosten

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303kamerhuur in Groningenrond het landelijk gemiddelde
22internet+tv
152boodschappen/kostgeld
32telefoon
117verzekeringen
158collegegeldop basis van € 1906 per jaar
80studieboeken en -spullen
29drinken/snoep/snacks
77uiterlijkkleding, kapper, schoenen
30contributies/abonnementen
132vrije tijdstappen, uit eten, vakantie
42vervoernaast de OV-kaart
45overig

€ 1171totale maandelijkse uitgaven landelijk gemiddelde is € 1181
Hiernaast staat een overzicht van de gemiddelde kosten die een uitwonende student heeft. Niet iedere student heeft met iedere kostenpost te maken. Het totaalgemiddelde is dus niet gelijk aan de optelsom van alle kostenposten.

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Studenten en studentenleven

studentaantallen

544 studenten volgen deze opleiding
74% daarvan is vrouw
24 eerstejaars gestart in 2017
96% daarvan is vrouw
28510 studenten aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
51% daarvan is vrouw
bron: StudieData

studievereniging

VIP
De studievereniging van Psychologie is de VIP. Met ruim 2300 leden en ruim 160 actieve leden zijn zij de grootste en misschien wel de gezelligste studievereniging van Groningen.
De VIP organiseert het hele studiejaar diverse activiteiten gerelateerd aan je studie. Zo zijn er lezingen, workshops, een uitwisselingsweek en congressen. Ook kun je je studieboeken met korting bestellen bij de VIP. Daarnaast is er natuurlijk ook volop aandacht voor de sociale kant met borrels en grote feesten.

Op kamers in Groningen

55216studenten studerend
31914studenten woonachtig   
€ 303gemiddelde kamerprijs
kamer betaalbaarheid
21 m2gemiddelde kameroppervlak
kamer beschikbaarheid
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aan het woord: studenten en docenten

Student Annika Handreke
student Irene Maltagliati
Groningen is one of the few places in Europe where you can study Environmental Psychology.

I studied psychology in Italy and decided to come to the Netherlands to do a Master's degree. I heard from my Italian friends who were already studying in the Netherlands that it is a beautiful country, and that university classes are very different from those in Italy – that lectures are more interactive, and that the programmes have a more practical focus.

This proved to be true during my first Master's degree programme in Maastricht, where I did Health Psychology. In the Netherlands lectures are more a dialogue than a monologue. I would like to do a PhD...
I picked Environmental Psychology because I've always been interested in sustainability, but I never found it paired with psychology until I came to the Netherlands.There are various topics within environmental psychology. I'm most interested in pro-environmental behaviour: how you act towards the environment and what you can do to make your impact on it less harmful. This is a relatively new area in the field of psychology, and there are only a few places where you can study it in Europe. I believe that reducing our impact on the ecological environment is a huge priority now, and psychology can help to tackle many environmental problems that are caused by human behaviour.

One of the course units in the programme is particularly interesting – we study a problem from everyday life. Someone from a large student association in Groningen came to tell us about a problem in his organization, namely that people are not cleaning up after themselves. We have one month to come up with an intervention which will make people clean up after themselves, without someone having to ask them every time. It's really enjoyable, and we get very good feedback from our lecturers.

I like Groningen a lot. It's beautiful and it's nice that everyone cycles. It is easy to meet people: there are a lot of student organizations and events.


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student Ruben Mul
This master enables me to my knowledge of psychology into practice and apply it to important, urgent matters such as climate change and sustainable energy transition

My name is Ruben Mul and I'm following the Master's programme in Environmental Psychology. This field focuses on the interaction between humans and their environment. I am particularly interested in how people influence their living environment. How can we encourage people to make more environmentally friendly choices? The Master's in Environmental Psychology teaches us to develop and apply theories to explain and change people's eco-behaviour, a topic that is now more important than ever.

I attended several Master’s information sessions to help me decide which programme to choose...
In ‘Designing interventions’, for example, our project group developed an environmental intervention based on academic research, and in the ‘Working in interdisciplinary teams’ course unit we learned to approach environmental issues from the perspective of various disciplines.Before starting this Master’s, I completed a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology here in Groningen. The Master’s in Environmental Psychology enables me to put my knowledge of psychology into practice and apply it to important, urgent matters such as climate change and sustainable energy transition.We only have one exam, and apart from that we have to complete lots of papers and projects. I like how this enables us to delve more deeply into the subject matter. It also sometimes means you have to spend a long time on an assignment. It’s really challenging. We do a lot of work in small groups, and that’s also something I like, because lecturers can devote a lot of attention to us and there is a lot of room for interaction. This means that we have rather informal contact with the lecturers.I’m at the Faculty nearly every day and I really like it here – not only for the atmosphere but it also has a very nice garden and a great park nearby.


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testimonial video
alumnus Rutger Wessels
Rutger Wessels - medewerker politieke strategie / online campagnes en digitale media manager voor GroenLinks

Na het afronden van mijn studie kon ik al snel aan de slag als Digitale Media Manager voor GroenLinks. Ik beheer de sociale mediakanalen, schrijf nieuwsbrieven en zorg dat het verhaal van GroenLinks online zoveel mogelijk mensen bereikt. Daarnaast werk ik mee aan de politieke strategie en de online campagnes. Een afwisselende en uitdagende baan waarin ik mijn kennis van sociale psychologie regelmatig concreet kan toepassen.

Hoe ik bij een landelijke politieke partij terechtgekomen ben? Tijdens mijn studie besloot ik actief te worden voor de lokale afdeling van GroenLinks in Groningen...
Ik kan het iedereen aanraden naast zijn studie werkervaring op te doen. Er zijn geen vacatures waarin staat: ‘We zijn op zoek naar een sociaal psycholoog’. Daarom is het belangrijk om jezelf naast je studie verder te ontwikkelen.Politiek en sociale psychologie bleek voor mij een goede combinatie. De kennis over menselijk gedrag komt regelmatig van pas. Wat zorgt ervoor dat mensen zich op een bepaalde manier gedragen? Waarom vertrouwen mensen de ene politicus wel, maar de ander niet? Het zijn belangrijke aspecten van succesvolle politieke campagnes.Mijn masterscriptie ging over de evaluatie van een windmolenpark in Stadkanaal. Ik ben daar langs de deuren gegaan om mensen te vragen naar hun mening over het windmolenpark en duurzame energie. De belangrijkste conclusie van het onderzoek was niet verrassend, maar wel erg waardevol. Om draagvlak te creëren voor nieuwe (duurzame) plannen is het belangrijk om naar omwonenden te luisteren en hun zorgen serieus te nemen. Dat leek in Stadskanaal niet voldoende het geval.Ik verwacht dat de transitie naar een duurzame samenleving de komende jaren echt van de grond komt. Hier liggen voor sociaal psychologen veel kansen. Gedragsverandering komt niet vanzelf en is vaak niet makkelijk. Mensen moeten stapsgewijs worden meegenomen in die veranderingen. Dat is de grote uitdaging voor de politiek in de jaren die voor ons liggen. Een uitdaging waarbij de politiek de hulp van sociaal psychologen goed kan gebruiken.


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alumnus Jiro Haratsuka
I originally studied 'Environmental Engineering' in Japan. Environmental Psychology was a very interesting new field for me

I originally studied 'Environmental Engineering' in Japan. When I graduated in 2003, I got a job as a government official at the Japanese Ministry of the Environment. A few years later, I got the opportunity to study for two years in The Netherlands. The first year, I studied 'Environment  and Resource Management' in Amsterdam and in the second year I started the master 'Environmental Psychology' in Groningen.

‘Environmental Psychology’ was a very interesting new field for me...
Because I had a lot of experience in Japan working on Environmental policy, the University allowed me to start the degree. It was very demanding, but at the same time very insightful and rewarding.In my current job, I am responsible for the construction of a new facility in Fukushima for the storage and treatment of contaminated soil and waste (the Fukushima nuclear power accident took place in 2011). We have to collect all the contaminated soil in one place where it can be treated for the next 30 years. We always need to take into consideration the attitudes and emotions of people who live near the facility. I can greatly benefit from the knowledge I gained from ‘Environmental Psychology’ in taking up this difficult task.In Japan, ‘Environmental Psychology’ is very new, but I think it is very important and it will become even more important in the future. Especially now it is very urgent for Japan to consider questions related to public acceptability of various energy sources and policies. Before the Fukushima accident, one third of the total energy in Japan was generated form nuclear power. The government would like to restart power stations but Japanese people are very skeptical about it after the accident. ‘Environmental Psychology’ can help us to understand better which key concerns people have about different energy sources and which sources they prefer and why.I really enjoyed studying in Groningen. It is a great city. There are so many young people and the atmosphere in the city and at the university is very nice. I also studied in Amsterdam and worked in Paris, but Groningen really was the best place for me.


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alumnus Nanne Bakker
Project / account manager and product developer at Energ Delta Institute

I work at the Energy Delta Istitute (EDI) in Groningen as a project and account manager and product developer. EDI educates professionals in the energy sector all over the world.

This education varies from one day events to two year master programs. I used to travel a lot for my work, because our partner companies are situated all over the world, but since the birth of my daughter last year I have been focusing on our regional accounts and the development of new courses. I’m also the chairman of the Young Energy Professionals in the Netherlands.I graduated in Social Psychology...
A course I took in Environmental Psychology ended up triggering my interest for the energy sector.The program helped me develop my English and my writing skills, and it benefitted my social development and my ability to present myself. Most importantly, my study taught me to analyze and think on a certain level. That is how I landed my current job.I had a great time studying in Groningen, although it took me a bit too long. You don’t have to have everything figured out when you begin studying, but it’s important to find a goal over time. So ask yourself what you want, what you don’t want, and what you want to achieve – and then get there!


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Information about the track
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Master Track Environmental Psychology University of Groningen

Climate change has been labelled as the greatest threat to our future and that of generations to come (Obama, 2015). In recognition of this threat, almost 200 nations agreed to fight this environmental problem caused by human behaviour. So which factors induce environmentally harmful behaviour and what motivates us to act pro-environmentally? What determines the impact and acceptability of interventions that aim to encourage pro-environmental actions and a sustainable energy transition?
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Environmental Psychology (in Dutch)

researcher Wesley Schultz
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BCEP 2015 Interview with Wesley Schultz

researcher Linda Steg
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BCEP 2015: Interview with Linda Steg

researcher Nadja Zeiske
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PhD student in Environmental Psychology at the University of Groningen

My interest in environmental issues led me to pursue the research master Behavioural and Social sciences, where I could deepen my understanding of the topic and at the same time delve into the world of research.

During my master’s I had a lot of courses on research methods and statistics, as well as a variety of courses in social psychology and environmental psychology. Furthermore, I was encouraged to join ongoing projects from faculty members, assist in research and attend lab meetings of the research groups in the department...
I feel really confident in conducting my own research as I had a lot of practice and preparation throughout my master’s, especially by writing my master’s thesis in Environmental Psychology. My thesis was about evaluating a water and energy conservation programme for primary school children called “Water Savers” . Coordinating this project and working with schools and practitioners will be of great help to me for future larger projects that I will design and coordinate.
I will see what the future holds. Maybe later on in life, I would like to start my own research and consultancy company in the field of sustainability. For now, I am really looking forward to working on my PhD topic for the next four years.


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Lise Jans and Annika Handreke
webinar MSC Environmental Psychology (recording)

Dr Lise Jans and student Annika Handreke present the courses, career prospects, admissions, expertise of staff and much more.

Watch the webinar held on February 8, 2018 via https://universityofgroningen.online-event.co/presentation/environmental-psychology-webinar-2
Sample Lecture Master Track Environmental Psychology
lecturer Lise Jans
Lise Jans, lecturer and researcher - Master track Environmental Psychology

My name is Lise Jans and I'm involved in the Master's track in Environmental Psychology. I coordinate the track together with Goda Perlaviciute and I also teach the course unit 'Working in interdisciplinary teams'. Whereas Environmental Psychology normally focuses on individuals, I myself specialize in group processes – for example, how can we influence group processes to achieve sustainable energy behaviour?

The Master’s track in Environmental Psychology teaches you to understand the relationship between the environment and human behaviour...
This was also why this Master’s was set up.It includes course units such as ‘Designing interventions’ and ‘Personal, social and cultural change’, which focus on how human behaviour can be changed, as well as ‘Environmental Psychology’, in which students learn about theories in the field of environmental psychology. The course unit that I teach focuses on cross-disciplinary collaboration and teaches students to integrate their knowledge of environmental psychology with insights from other disciplines so as to be better able to tackle environmental issues.I also supervise Master’s theses that are on the interface of environmental and social psychology. My research interest lies in the role that groups and group processes play in how people think about the environment and whether or not they display environmentally friendly behaviour.The Master’s programme has a team of excellent lecturers, who are involved in practically relevant research projects and often work together with actors in the field, such as government bodies or businesses. This helps ensure that the programme offers strong links between theory and practice. You will not only receive thorough theoretical training but also learn to apply your knowledge to practical situations, which makes you widely employable. The track offers a lot of interactive teaching and contact with lecturers, all of whom are also involved in educational innovation.And last but not least: Groningen is a great student city, and our Faculty has a beautiful garden. If you are interested in a social perspective on the environment, then Groningen is the place to be!


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Transition Debate Linda Steg
Transition Debate prof. dr. Linda Steg

Prof. Dr. (E.M.) Linda Steg, Professor of Environmental Psychology, gave a lecture about : "Why do we need psychology for a successful energy transition?"

Psychology plays a big role in examining which factors influence the acceptance of renewable energy and how the society can be encouraged to use renewable energy sources in the best possible way. The lecture also highlighted how norms and values can influence people's behaviour and choices, when it comes to environmental issues.
lecturer Goda Perlaviciute
Goda Perlaviciute – Assistant Professor of Environmental Psychology

I am an assistant professor in Environmental Psychology, which means I do both teaching and research in this field. A significant part of my work is coordinating the Environmental Psychology Master's track. This is a new programme, which is very exciting. I also teach a course unit for this programme: Advanced Topics in Environmental psychology.

During this course unit, students select a theory or topic and they perform an in-depth investigation, they become an expert in that topic...
Examples include what motivates people to act in an environmentally friendly way, or what motivates public acceptability of energy projects.What makes this track interesting is the balance between theory and practice. Environmental Psychology has a strong theoretical approach to how we understand people’s behaviour and how to motivate environmentally friendly behaviour. Theory can be directly applied to solve practical problems. It also addresses very important social issues, for example public acceptability of gas production which causes earthquakes in the north of the Netherlands or the adoption of electric vehicles.Environmental psychology is a rapidly growing field with its own theory and research methods. Its theoretical and practical relevance is enormous, given the acute environmental challenges we are currently facing.Students learn to understand the human aspects of transitioning to a more sustainable world. We are facing a huge challenge in climate change. There is of course political willingness and technology to help tackle it, but there is also a very strong human aspect. What do people actually want? What kind of solutions do they expect? What kind of solutions are they ready to adopt? Students gain the knowledge and skillset needed to advise politicians, industry and all other actors involved in the transition to sustainability.


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There is an increasing demand from practitioners and policy makers to understand the human dimension of sustainable development. Technical solution alone cannot solve environmental problems. Consumers need to change their behaviour and accept sustainable policies. This master will equip you for job opportunities that focus on finding effective and societally acceptable solutions to reduce environmental problems.

Our programme equips you for positions in practice or science. 



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RijksuniversiteitTourism Geography and Planning+ 30 EC pre-master
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Potentiële beroepen

  • behavioral expert in environmental and energy organizations
  • consultancy
  • environmental communication and education
  • environmental policy making (e.g. at national or municipality level)
  • phd in (environmental) research
  • policy advisor
  • researcher at an institute of applied sciences
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Contact

Admission Office

Please put envrionmentalpsychology@rug.nl in cc if you are contacting admissions office

E: admission@rug.nl
T: +31-(0)50 363 8976
Student Sarah Lohse

Ask your questions via email

Contact Environmental Psychology
Goda Perlaviciute

Coordinator master programme Environmental Psychology

E: g.perlaviciute@rug.nl
T: +31 50 363 7618
Study Advisor Psy
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