Study Organisational Behaviour in Netherlands

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Organisational Behaviour in Netherlands

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Studying Organisational Behaviour

Organisational behaviour degrees focus on analysing the behaviour of individuals inside an organization, leading to a better understanding of the issues arising in interpersonal relationships. Measures based on these findings enable effective staff coordination and increases overall company performance. Graduates usually engage in jobs like recruiter, human resources business partner or talent management coordinator.

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Studying in Netherlands

The Netherlands (also known as Holland) was the first non-English-speaking country to offer degrees in English. Therefore, various programmes are taught in English and are very internationally oriented.

8 Organisational Behaviour Master's degrees in Netherlands

M.Res. Business and Management - Organisation

Are you looking for a programme that combines education in a specialisation of your choice and the challenge of undertaking research in that field? If your answer is yes, the Research Master in Business and Management - Organisation from Erasmus University Rotterdam is designed for academically talented and motivated students like you.

Erasmus Research Institute of Management
M.Sc. Psychology - Work and Organizational Psychology

The Master’s specialization Work and Organizational Psychology is offered by the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. It provides courses that are grounded in both theory and practice, offering insight in the role of personality, social processes, leadership, and decision-making in organizations,and is taught by internationally renowned experts.

M.Sc. Organization Studies

Do you want to learn to understand organizational theory and develop transferable analytical skills facilitating a promising management career? Then this is the Master program for you!

School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
M.Sc. Psychology - Behavioural Data Science

Understanding data about human behaviour is an important and valuable skill in today's society. Companies, public institutions and governmental organizations — they all use the continuous stream of big data to describe and predict human behaviour.

Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences
M.Sc. Public Administration and Organisational Science (Research)

New challenges for public governments flow from long-term trends such as globalisation, changing information and communication technologies, climate change, and societal fragmentation caused by migration, individualisation, and cultural pluralisation. Solid research is necessary to understand and properly react to these social transformations.

Nijmegen School of Management
M.Sc. Economics - Behavioural Economics and Game Theory

The Behavioural Economics & Game Theory track in the Economics Master's programme focuses on the psychology of economic behaviour. In reality, most decisions are not based on calculated optimal behaviour but on psychological, social, cognitive and emotional factors that frame the problem before arriving at a decision. Delve into these hidden motives in this single-year Master’s track.

UvA Economics and Business