Psychology

LevelUndergraduate

Type of DegreeBachelor

CostEUR 9,720

CountrySpain

CityMadrid

Cost non-EU

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About the course

In this programme, students receive a highly practical education through case studies and simulation training. Simulation training sessions take place in labs equipped with state-of-art-technology.

Thanks to our pioneering multidisciplinary approach, psychology students participate in activities with fellow students from other healthcare disciplines, learning how to work in multifunctional teams, just as they will have to in the professional world.

Our psychology students complete over 600 hours of clinical practice with patients at external institutions, such as Grupo 5, Psychologists Without Borders, The Professional Psychoanalysis Association of Madrid, The Bertrand Russell Psychology Center, CINTECO, The Behavior Research and Therapy Center, The Madrid Parkinson's Association, The AMMA Group, The Luria Group, The Psychology Orientation Institute, Nexo Applied Psychology, Princesa 81 Psychologists, The PSISE Clinical Development Psychology Service, and The SINEW Multilingual Therapy Institute.

This Bachelor’s degree focuses in the field of Health Psychology. In order to specialise in this field, students will have to complete the Master’s Degree in Genral Health Psychology, a post-graduate degree that qualifies them to work as Health Psychologist in Europe. Universidad Europea offers the chance to take this Master’s Degree in Spanish.

Degree recognition

This course leads to the title of Título Oficial de Grado en Psicologia (equivalent to Bachelor in Psychology in the UK).

The qualification is recognised throughout the European Union and beyond.

Graduates will be entitled to work in the United Kingdom, Ireland and other countries upon completion of their studies and necessary practical experience.

In accordance with European standards in higher education, the four-year Psychology programme consists of 240 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System).

The programme is taught in English throughout all four years.

Students will need to know Spanish in order to work with patients and will be required to have achieved B2 level by the beginning of their third year.

Entry requirements

This programme is open to anyone with 3 A Levels.

If you hold a BTEC Level 3 in a relevant subject, please contact us to receive further advice.

 


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