Enrolment in Master's programme Neurocognitive Psychology.
The internship lasts 360 hours (9-10 weeks). It can be performed at 2 different institutions with a
minimum duration of 150 hours (4 weeks) for each part.
A part of your internship (maximally 150 hours) can be performed internally in the Department of
Psychology. Internal internships cannot be performed in the same lab in which you will perform /
have performed your Practical Project psy260!
Your supervisor must be a psychologist. If your supervisor is NOT a psychologist, please
contact us for approval BEFORE you start your internship.
Please note that details are regulated in the exam regulations.
A blank internship certificate and the report form can be found on the programme website.
To generate ideas, a folder with information on internships that other students have performed is
available in the office of Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch.
Topics for projects will be presented in a colloquium at the end of the summer term.
Individual; 2-3 possibilities per semester to present the internship to other students
The students have to hand in a written report (2-3 pages) and give a short presentation about their internship. They have to show a certificate from the institution at which they performed the internship. The internship is evaluated as pass/fail.
Skills to be acquired in this module
Goals of module: Students will obtain direct experience in the field of psychology. This includes being
involved in the provision of psychological or neuropsychological services in real-life situations,
such as neuropsychological testing or counselling in a hospital or mental health clinic, or
conducting and contributing to psychological research. The internship should be chosen by the
student such that it can provide a meaningful educational opportunity that will help students to
decide on their preferred area of work.
Competencies: ++ expert neuropsychological/neurophysiological knowledge
+ interdisciplinary knowledge & thinking
+ experimental methods
++ ethics / good scientific practice / professional behavior
++ knowledge transfer
+ project & time management