Have you completed a (HBO Bachelor’s) degree programme of psychomotor therapy in The Netherlands, Denmark or another EFP-member country?

Then you will be granted admission to our Master’s programme of Psychomotor Therapy straight away. An exact list of degrees from several European Federation of Psychomotricity (EFP) member countries that offer direct admission to this Master will be published soon. For admittance, criteria as formulated in the ‘Education in Psychomotricity Proposal for a Minimum Curriculum’ (EFP) must be met. For several learning outcomes you will need to be working as a PMT professional at least 16 hours a week. This programme also requires a Cambridge English degree at B2 level.

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Modular Offerings

If you prefer to follow separate modules, admission requirements are applicable for each module separately. For example, you don’t have to meet the employment requirement for every module.

You can start by doing a module based on a Bachelor’s programme to become a psychomotor therapist. Check the modular offerings to find out what the specific entry requirements are, or if you have any questions, please contact the English-language Master’s programme coordinator, Ad van de Ven