Master of Psychomotor Therapy

VIA launches new master’s programme in psychomotor therapy

VIA Psychomotor Therapy

Master's degree

Would you like to increase your professional skills as a psychomotor therapist in an international environment? VIA University College, University College Copenhagen and Windesheim University of Applied Science are now offering a two-year master’s programme for psychomotor therapists.

About the programme

  • Facts

    Title: Master of Psychomotor Therapy (Psychomotricity) 

    Duration of the programme: 2 years part-time (or longer if courses are spread out). Total of 60 ECTS credits corresponding to an average of 20 hours a week. 

    Programme start: January 2020

    Study location: Windesheim, Zwolle, The Netherlands and Randers and Hillerød, Denmark

    Language: English

  • Structure and content

    The programme structure is flexible, enabling you to combine study, work and private life. 

    The master’s programme builds on skills-based learning, focusing on:

    •  Psychomotor therapeutic skills
    •  Professional leadership
    •  Practice-based research

    Personal learning goals

    At the beginning of the programme, you will formulate your personal learning goals based on your daily practice. The programme will help you integrate new master’s level skills into your professional practice. 

    You will learn how to substantiate your psychomotor interventions theoretically, show profes-sional leadership by example and set up practice-based research in your field. Your master’s thesis will be carried out in collaboration with Danish and Dutch researchers. 

    Coaching and supervision

    You will receive coaching and supervision during the entire programme. Your coach will help you keep your studies on track, concretise your learning goals and prepare your assessments. In addition, group supervision sessions will help you reflect on your interventions and profes-sionalise your skills at a master’s level. 

    The modular and flexible structure enables you to combine work, studies and your private life. 

    Read more about the structure and content of the master’s programme at Windesheim's website

    Download presentation brochure (pdf)

  • Enrolment

    You must hold a Danish or Dutch bachelor’s degree in psychomotor therapy (PMT) 

    As a student at the Psychomotor Therapy you wil be enrolled direct as a student at Windesheim University of Applied Science.

    This English-language programme is intended for Danish and Dutch psychomotor therapists with a bachelor’s degree in psychomotor therapy (PMT) or equivalent.

    But it is also open to bachelor educated psychomotor therapists from other countries.

    If you would like to take the full master’s programme, you must fulfil the employment requirement of 16 hours per week (paid or unpaid). You can also take the programme courses individually. 

    Language requirements: Cambridge B2 level for students

    Read more and apply here

  • How to apply

    Apply online directly to Windesheim

    You apply for the master’s programme through Studielink on Windesheim’s website. You can download an applications guide here.

    Deadline for application is October, 2019. See Windesheim´s website for precise information. 

    To apply for individual modules, please contact coordinator Ad van der Ven, at or +31 6 14893914 for further information.

  • Fees and tuition

    Information about tuition fee and more

    Tuition fees for the upcoming academic year (2019-2020) are €2083 (approx. 15,200 DKK).

    Additional costs for books, travel and housing are not included in the tuition fee. Estimated costs for housing in total: €600-900 (4,500-6,750 DKK)

  • Contact

    You are welcome to contact us should you have any questions.

    For further information and guidance, please contact:

    Karin Ladeby, VIA University College
    T: +45 87 55 25 60

    Stine Klein Degerbol, University College Copenhagen

    Ad van der Ven 
    T: +31 6 14893914