The Master Social Psychology has two tracks: Economic Psychology and
Work & Organizational Psychology.
Economic Psychology is about economic behavior, consumer psychology/decision making regarding marketing and financial behavior, whereas Work & Organizational Psychology is about optimizing employee performance, improve work processes and relations, and managing diversity.
More information about the masters program of Economic Psychology can be found on the website of Tilburg University
More information about the masters program of Work & Organizational Psychology can be found on the website of Tilburg University
Alumni - Quint Zieltjens
Quint Zieltjens graduated cum laude in 2012 at Tilburg University in Economic Psychology and was ranked as a top 100 Marketer in The Netherlands in 2020 & 2021. He’s been working in marketing & branding for about 10 years for companies such as dixons, Tikkie and HelloFresh and he currently holds the position of Digital Marketing Manager at McDonald’s in the Netherlands. Through his job experiences he will give you more insight on how Economic Psychology has helped him throughout his career and how he still applies it to his job on a daily basis. So make sure to listen to his story to find out if Economic Psychology fits you and if a career as a marketer could be something for you!