Practical Information

Below you will find information on various practical matters relating to the Master’s programme of Psychomotor Therapy.

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StartJanuary 2020  
We strive to start this English language version of the Master PMT in January 2020, if we have enough applicants. For questions, please e-mail Ad van de Ven at  
Programme Duration2 years
This programme is also offered in separate modules 
Class DaysMonday/Tuesday to Saturday  
Class TimesThe course Knowledge, Therapeutic and Methodical skills and Profiling will be taught in the Netherlands at Windesheim Applied University in Zwolle. As soon as the definite planning is ready, it will be placed on the website. It is estimated that you need to come to the Netherlands 7 to 8 times for 4-7 days each time. Supervision will be taught in your home country or by distance learning (ie. Skype). Several elements of knowledge and skills such as research methodology will also be taught using blended learning.
Group SizeMinimum of 18 students
CostsTuition fees for the upcoming academic year 2019 -2020 are approximately €2060,-. Additional costs for books, travelling and housing are not included in the tuition fee. Estimated costs for housing in total: €600-900 
Study LoadThe master has a total study load of 60 ECTS credits. This amounts to an average of 20 hours a week during a 2-year study track, including classes. The programme is taught in the Netherlandsand a part is offered through distance learning
CertificationDiploma: Master of Psychomotor Therapy
LocationsWindesheim, Campus 2 Zwolle, The Netherlands

Master of PMT Certificate

As a student in the English-language Master’s degree programme, you are an international student at Windesheim University of Applied Sciences. Upon graduation, you will hence obtain a Dutch Master’s degree diploma. In addition, you will receive a Europass Diploma Supplement to clarify the nature and level of the diploma. This is a standard description of the content and course of the study programme. The supplement provides insight into the nature, level and content of the PMT master’s programme. It contains a description of the programme completed and the results obtained. It is a supplement to the original diploma.