Hannah Bauman

Portrait Hannah Bauman
The programme challenges me in using all my prior knowledge from the Bachelor and applying it to practical behavioural problems
Name
Hannah Bauman
Programme
Psychology: Behaviour Change
Country of previous education
German
Study start date
Study end date
Previous education
BSc in Psychology, Radboud University

Hannah Bauman was a Master's student in the Psychology specialisation Behaviour Change. 

What did you like about the Master's programme and why? 

I liked the practical orientation of the programme. We truly got to know the way in which we will be working later on, and I think that's nice and really interesting. The programme challenged me in using all my prior knowledge from the Bachelor and practically applying it in this Master's programme.

What did you think about the atmosphere in class?

The atmosphere is really welcoming. The teachers try their best in remembering every students name, which fosters a good working environment. Also all the students were just simply lovely people. I got along with all of them.

What did you find most challenging in your Master’s?

Most challenging was learning how to apply my theoretical knowledge in practical settings. It's quite difficult, because we've learned all the psychological theories in our Bachelor, but now we've got to apply them.

Are you currently doing an internship?

I'm not yet doing in internship, but I will be in the second semester. I have some interviews coming up, with a German munincipality and a climate conservation organisation. I'm looking forward to both interviews and am hoping that I can do my internship at one of the two places.

Why do you think is it important that that there are people out there with this degree?

I think it is important to have people out there with this degree, because we're trying to positively influence people so they can live their lifes healthier and more productive, and who wouldn't want that?