Journal of European Psychology Students
Junior Researcher Programme
Social Impact Initiative
Study and Travel Abroad
Training Office

The Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal for psychology students worldwide that has been publishing since 2009. JEPS only publishes student research, also offerings Registered Reports and encourages direct replications (see King et al., 2016). By ensuring that authors are always provided with extensive feedback, JEPS gives psychology students the chance to gain experience in publishing and to improve their scientific skills.

Submissions are welcomed at any time.

Find out more about JEPS here. If you have any questions, please contact us at journal@efpsa.org.

The Editors of JEPS run the JEPS Bulletin – a blog about recent developments and innovations in methodology, academic writing, scientific publishing as well as a platform to share experiences on networking and collaborations.

About JRP

The EFPSA Junior Researcher Programme (JRP) is an EFPSA service, consisting of a twelve month research programme that involves  students, PhD and postdoctoral researchers and established academics. This programme offers a unique opportunity to develop research abilities, academic, teamwork, leadership and interpersonal skills. All ESS participants completing the training programme and committing to the research project are invited to join the JRP.

Mid-JRP-Meeting, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2016

The JRP was developed to meet the needs of ESS research projects by supplying framework, guidance and academic support to students and supervisors throughout the duration of each project. The primary purpose of the JRP is to provide a structure by which all research groups are able to complete and submit all JRP research for dissemination within a twelve month period after the ESS.

The JRP ensures that all participants are actively involved in intercultural research by facilitating the research process through project design, data collection, and compilation of reports that may be published or presented upon completion.

Highlights of the programme include publication of methodology papers in the EFPSA Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS), presentation of work to-date during a special session at the annual EFPSA Congress, and invitation to an internship and the Junior Researcher Programme (JRP) Conference.

The programme is run by the JRP team which consists of the JRP Coordinator and the Research Responsible. The JRP team is guided by the JRP Mentor and the Advisor. The JRP Conference is organised by the JRP Conference org.com.

How it works

The EFPSA (European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations) Junior Research Programme (JRP) is a twelve month research programme that involves students, PhD and postdoctoral researchers and established academics. This programme offers a unique opportunity to develop research abilities, academic, teamwork, leadership and interpersonal skills. Each year there are at least six teams that each consist of six undergraduate or master students led by a PhD or a postdoctoral researcher.

The Junior Researcher Programme (JRP) aims to meet needs of the European Summer School (ESS) research projects by supplying framework, guidance and academic support to students and supervisors throughout the duration the project.

In all, there are six stages of JRP involvement:

  1. Attendance at the European Summer School (ESS)
  2. Completion of methodology papers (short literature reviews + methods/ethics/issues section) in the six months post-ESS
  3. Work completed presentations at EFPSA Annual Congress
  4. Submission of methodology papers to JEPS’ Work-in-Progress Reports
  5. Participation in an Internship
  6. Presentation of completed projects at JRP Conference

JRP Conference

Beginning in 2012, the EFPSA Junior Researcher Programme (JRP) Conference has been included into the programme. During this conference, participants are given the opportunity to present the work completed to date on their research and to officially close their JRP activities with a Gala Evening. The first JRP Conference was held on 16th August 2012 at Selwyn College College, Cambridge.

First JRP Conference 2012

Please note that the JRP Conference is primarily for active members of the JRP and EFPSA leadership. While we have previously made an effort to open spaces for other young psychologists to attend and present, the continued expansion of JRP participants and alumni may make this impossible in the future. Our first priority is to ensure continuity of past and present JRP research groups and this may, in the future, limit the number of open applications permitted.

The JRP cohort 2016/17 at the JRP conference at Trinity College. Dublin, Ireland, 2017

Internship

The Junior Researcher Programme is composed of an internship which is hosted by a European university, that hosts the JRP Conference in the same year. The last JRP Internship (and Conference) was held in August 2016 at the Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. The internships last for approximately one month.

Current Projects

Development of Ironic Humor Across Cultures

Humor is a phenomenon that has been present for centuries, if not from the beginning of humanity. Although it is not universal culturally, it does occur in various forms across cultures. The importance of humor in everyday life cannot be overestimated: it relieves stress and tensions, helps to overcome conflicts, soothes, enables people to bond and makes communicating easier.

Children develop sense of humor from early years - a kid who is just over one year old laughs at funny faces and illogical actions. Children then learn to appreciate various kinds of jokes through middle childhood. Ironic humor is more sophisticated and difficult to both understand and appreciate than other forms. We will start from talking about the possible reasons for that, including social, cognitive and linguistic skills of children and will later get acquainted with the methodology to study humor development.

The study will be designed jointly by all the participants and it will focus on one of the broad topics: the development of ironic humor comprehension, parents' attitudes towards ironic language in child-directed speech, comprehension of various types of ironic humor by children/adolescents/young adults, cultural and gender differences in ironic humor comprehension, appreciation and production.

Natalia Banasik - University of Warsaw, Poland

A Longitudinal Study of Emerging Adulthood in LGBT+ Students During the First Year of University

It is well documented that young people in the LGBT+ community tend to experience greater levels of stress than their heterosexual counterparts due to stigma from others, internalised stigma and victimisation. However, little is known about how these experiences develop longitudinally and how they interact with crucial life transitions such as adjustment to university life. Crucially, this is a time and a context in which LGBT+ students tend to explore their identity. This study will take a longitudinal approach to the study of the experiences of first-year LGBT+ university students in comparison to heterosexual students during their adjustment to university life with a focus on key developmental outcomes. Taking an ecological model of development approach, and informed by minority stress theory, we will test a pathways model of adjustment to university focusing on the roles of support and victimisation in moderating outcomes related to academic success, wellbeing and identity.

Chris Noone - NUI Galway, Ireland

Making the World a Better Place: Biasing How We React to Emotional Valence Through Mental Imagery

Adolescence is a vital time in our development; the experiences we gather during these formative years have a huge impact on how we perceive the world, which in turn influences how we react to certain situations. But what if you’re naturally pessimistic? Can you bias yourself through positive mental imagery to perceive your environment as a more pleasant place? Similarly, can seeing the world in a negative light cause you to react faster to negative information? To look at how the way in which we view the world can affect how we process emotionally relevant information, this study will use reaction rate measures combined with mental imagery techniques. We will explore whether we can use mental imagery to alter how we reaction to emotionally valent stimuli, and if there is a correlation between certain personality traits and the preferential processing of either positively or negatively valenced information.

Erika Künstler - Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

Development of Concept of Lie: Role of Age, Gender and Culture

The results of research on development of concept of lies have shown that young children do not yet have fully developed real concept of lies and that the number of correct answers is growing in line with the developmental age.

The aim of this study is to determine whether there are differences in the understanding of the concept of lies on a sample of 150 children aged 6, 11 and 17 years on the basis of Piaget's theory of moral development and Vygotsky’s theory of development of concepts. The differences will be examined in relation to the culture, gender and age.
The study will apply the method of storytelling which consists in the presentation of prepared stories to the participants and asking for the responses to the two questions: Did the actor lie? Was she/he naughty? Why do you think so?

Alma Jeftic - University of Belgrade, Serbia

Reading and Persuasion in Informal Contexts: A Function of Individual and Textual Factors

In modern societies, we turn to the internet to learn and to form our opinions about various topics. However, internet texts have diverse characteristics that affect reading outcomes in numerous and complicated ways. First, we encounter scientific texts or personal stories found in blogs, pop culture magazines etc. Yet, the latter are likely more concrete and emotion evoking, thus more memorable and preferable. Second, we tend to remember better and to be persuaded by texts that are consistent with our own beliefs. Our study's goal is to examine the influence of beliefs and texts (scientific or personal; topic) on texts' memory and evaluation and also on belief formation. Together we will form the study's hypotheses and select the texts and topics (e.g. controversial health topics), after discussing the relevant literature. We will also examine methodology issues, especially how to construct material for reading comprehension assessment, and data analyses.  

Sylvia Savvidou - University of Cyprus, Cyprus

The Psychology of Education: The Utilisation of a Tool for Self-Reflection

The role of psychology within education has been fundamental to the way in which teaching and learning has progressed since its early pioneers, such as Kilpatrick (1925), Piaget (1936), Dewey (1938), Bruner (1976), or Bandura (1977). Using a Grounded Theory approach, the aim of this cross-European research project is to first identify the macrosystemic factors that influence the educational environment of the respective researchers’ countries, and then to conduct a cross-sectional study related to the varied importance of these factors within each educational context.

From an Irish perspective, an analysis of educational evaluation reports and national statistical databases revealed three research directions that warranted further exploration: (1) the Importance of Interaction, (2) the Dynamics of Pedagogical Skill, and (3) the Need for Psychological Support. Taking these research areas, a series of questionnaires were identified and utilised to test for numerous hypotheses, leading to the development of a tool for educator self-reflection. In constructing this tool, it was found that the self-reported rating of interpersonal educational behaviour may be mediated by aspects of mental health, frequency of student interaction, and work/life balance. Several significant differences were also found between ‘Teaching’ and ‘Non-Teaching’ samples, in addition to several differences between primary and post-primary level.

Dean McDonnell - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Ethics

The EFPSA JRP approach to safety, integrity and transparency in research

As the EFPSA JRP has continuously improved standards for scientific work across many disciplines in psychology, we have also redoubled our efforts to ensure that any work supported through the programme expresses a clear commitment to ethical guidelines even while carried out through a variety of institutions, countries and languages. While we are neither a university nor a programme with a fixed location, we still approach ethics as the first and most important element of each project. During the ESS training, there are several explicit discussions surrounding ethics where the below elements are presented. For each of these, it is made abundantly clear that, even with ambiguity and variance between many locations/institutions on how to approach ethics for international projects, we demand transparency and clear records on how ethical approval was obtained for each study and testing location. Beginning in 2013, we have decided to make those steps public as a means to reference and better understand our approach and ultimately our research. This section is thus a description of how we advise our groups to gain ethical approval but we underline that such endorsement does not come from the JRP itself.

1. Research Supervisor Institution

Before being offered a position to lead one of the six JRP research groups each year, prospective Supervisors are required to guarantee that they have access to a standing ethics committee in their institution. As part of this process, Supervisors must also ensure that they have guidance on how to remain ethical if/when testing in a location beyond the scope of their own institution.

2. Junior Researcher Institution

For our researchers still studying or otherwise engaged in universities who wish to claim affiliation with an institution, we require that they notify their respective faculties/departments of the work as soon as the ESS is complete and the Supervisor has received ethical approval. As each university varies in terms of student project ethical guidelines, we do not have a standing approach to the next steps but explicitly request all participants ensure they have received written approval of this project from an authorised source locally or their own full ethical review, if required. We then advise our groups to have these documents translated into the appropriate languages for immediate production if requested.

3. Testing Location

Many of our projects move on to test in non-university environments, such as schools, community centres and other established organisations. Much like with universities, not all institutions have the same (or even standing) guidelines on how permission is granted to test among their membership. For this reason, we advise our groups to contact the organisation as soon as they are certain of their data collection plans to get details on how permission to collect data should be gained. Sometimes this is as simple as a short email where others require higher authorities (e.g. education ministries, local councils) to provide authorisation.

4. Affiliation

The above steps must be followed before the JRP will assign affiliation for any team member to project outputs. This is done to protect universities and institutions of our members to ensure they are not linked to work without their direct knowledge. This may not always equate to ethical review in each location, but at least an acknowledgement from an authorised source from a recognised institution which may be listed as a participant in the project must confirm awareness without reservation about the research. All outputs from the work should then be reported back to both the affiliated institutions and, as established in other commitment documents, to the JRP.

In some circumstances where team members are unable to list an affiliation (e.g. recent graduation, not possible receive affiliation in current institution, etc; NOTE: not in the case of ethical approval being denied), we offer JRP as an official option. The same protocols must be followed for this as all other affiliation requested described above, though we explicitly note that in these instances, JRP may not be the sole affiliation for any individual or group collecting data, nor does this affiliation represent ethical approval.

About the Social Impact Initiative

In the context of EFPSA, ‘social impact’ refers to a recently introduced initiative aiming to make use of psychological knowledge in order to make a positive and significant impact on society. The initiative was introduced into the portfolio of EFPSA’s activities in April 2013, and the Social Impact Initiative team has, thus far, been working on four distinct projects in order to reach their aim:  “Mind the Mind – to Combat the Stigma of Mental Disorders, “Open Access Movement”, “Organised Acts of Kindness”, and “Better Together”.

Projects

Better Together

Better Together is the new campaign which the Social Impact Initiative team has been developing. In collaboration with EFPSA’s Training Office, this campaign is a part of the project funded by European Youth Foundation, which is oriented towards empowering youths for building more inclusive societies.

The campaign itself is envisioned to follow in the successful ‘Mind the Mind’ path with a cycle of 5 workshops focused on tackling common misconceptions which ultimately lead to discrimination. By educating secondary level students on the basic concepts behind prejudice, stereotypes and discriminations and addressing different types of discrimination we hope to raise empathy and consequently. create a more positive attitude towards building a more inclusive society. The workshops will be organised with the help of local volunteers. The first cycle of the workshops is set to start in May 2017.

Mind the Mind - to Combat the Stigma of Mental Disorders

The Mind the Mind – to Combat the Stigma of Mental Disorders” campaign aims to educate secondary-level students (aged 15 to 18), together with the general public, about mental health and mental disorders, while decreasing negative beliefs and the stigma towards individuals affected by mental disorders.  The stigma of mental disorders is a widespread phenomenon in Europe, which causes a lot of harm to the well-being of individuals and society collectively.

On the basis of their psychological background, together with the research that was conducted, the Social Impact Initiative team created a kit on the topic of mental disorders; with detailed instructions on how to organise and deliver a workshop. The workshop has been reviewed by experts in the field of stigma and is tailored specifically for secondary-level students.  The purpose of this workshop is to help students understand complex topics such as mental health and mental health issues through the use of videos, role-plays, games and discussions.

The campaign is organised in a structured manner, involving a number of channels. ‘Local Coordinators’ within different European countries are responsible for organising the campaign locally, while being in contact with their mentor from the Social Impact Initiative Team, who provides assistance. The Local Coordinators’ tasks include: promoting the campaign in their respective country, recruiting volunteers, translating workshop material, contacting schools to schedule workshops, as well as organising training for volunteers. A ‘trainer’ is responsible for preparing the volunteers to deliver the workshop properly. During the training, volunteers review the workshop material, practise it, enhance presentation and communication skills, discuss potential problems and assess how the workshop will unfold with a specific group, such as secondary-level students. The volunteers are then equipped to be the ones delivering the workshop to the students.

The workshop starts with an introduction about the phenomenon of mental disorders and encourages students to discuss their perceptions about it. Afterwards, a discussion about mental disorders is held and examples and basic facts about mental disorders are provided. The workshop also presents causes of mental disorders and explains the multi-factorial model of mental disorder development, therefore, challenging the common misconception that the individual is to be blamed for their mental health problems. To illustrate some daily experiences of people affected by mental disorders and the irrational fears of society towards these people, videos of individuals who experience mental disorders are shown. These videos are then used as prompts to encourage discussions regarding what kind of role the social environment has in regards to how a person manages mental disorders. Finally, some guidelines on how to approach individuals struggling with a mental disorder, and information about where one can seek help are provided.

The “Mind the Mind – to Combat the Stigma of Mental Disorders” campaign was launched for the first time in October 2014. In total, 19 European countries participated in the first wave of the campaign, out of which 13 finished the campaign. The first wave ended in June 2015, with about 250 workshops having been delivered throughout Europe, thus, it was deemed a big success.

The Social Impact Initiative team analysed the feedback given by the Local Coordinators and the volunteers that were involved in the first wave, in order to improve the workshop material and make the second wave of the campaign an even bigger success, therefore, some changes were introduced in the second wave. The final report of the first wave can be found here.

Firstly, new videos and interactive games, such as the role-play games, were incorporated into the workshop package prepared for this year’s volunteers in order to help us raise awareness and educate the secondary-level students about the stigma associated with mental disorders. Taking into consideration the interests of students according to their age, the games are divided into two groups: those meant for older students (17 to 18 years old) and those meant for younger ones (15 to 16 years old).

Secondly, the team included more materials and handouts displaying myths and facts about different mental disorders, which the volunteers can share with the students.

Lastly, since a lot of reports from Local Coordinators mentioned difficulties in scheduling workshops that lasted 90 minutes, the team created a shorter version of the workshop that lasts 45 minutes, in order to make it easier for the schools to fit it into their schedules. The entire set of the new workshop material was once again reviewed and approved by the appointed experts.

The second wave of the campaign started in August 2015, and in total, 23 European countries participated.

After a great interest from the countries, during the 2015/16 mandate, the team decided to adapt the materials for primary school students (11 to 14 years old) and adults (18+ years old). The latter one can also be divided into two groups, based on their previous knowledge of psychology and mental disorders: non-psychology students and psychology and related professions students.

Here you can find our blog concerning all the Mind the Mind news or interesting information.

After the second wave, the evaluations were collected from local coordinators, volunteers and trainers, as well as from high-school children that were involved in the campaign.

The evaluation showed a general decrease in stigmatizing beliefs of children, and this decrease was especially prominent in those children who had very stigmatizing beliefs at the beginning of workshop (Cohen’s d= 0.84). A large majority of them also saw the workshop as interesting, useful, pleasant and educational. Around two thirds of the children agreed with the statement that they would like to have a workshop like that again.

The third wave of the campaign started in 2016/2017. The materials were further improved according to the evaluations from local coordinators, volunteers and trainers and the suggestions from experts.

The third wave included 23 countries, in which 54 LC’s were responsible for running the campaign. Around 1150 volunteers were involved in the campaign, out of which around 400 eventually got the certificates for participation. In order to get the certificates, they had to participate in the training for volunteers, hold at least 180 minutes of workshops (i.e. two longer workshops, 4 shorter ones or any of the combinations), and fill in the questionnaire for evaluations.

The fourth wave of the campaign started in 2017/2018 and is currently running. The materials were improved even further according to the evaluations from the previous wave, and the suggestions of experts.

An important addition are the leaflets with places were participants can ask for free help from mental health professionals, which are distributed after every workshop. The purpose of this is to incentivize help seeking behavior, in addition to lowering the stigma as the main goal of the workshop. We consider the leaflets to be very important as they offer concrete behavioral measures for children who have mental health issues, and it is known that around half of all mental health issues develop before the age of 14. The sooner one acts upon them, the more successful will be the treatment outcomes.

The campaign has grown to be bigger than ever before, with 26 countries and 75 LC’s involved. The number of volunteers in this wave is still hard to estimate, but it is more than 1600.

Organised Acts of Kindness

Organised Acts of Kindness (OAK) is a new campaign from the Social Impact Initiative that takes a step further toward the positive influence on European society through use of psychological methods. The campaign aims to bring people together while enhancing their wellbeing by encouraging individuals to take part in random acts of kindness. The campaign held the pilot version of the campaign via Facebook group which ultimately turned out quite successful and the team is working hard on developing the campaign to further its reach.

If you want to find out more about the campaign, we encourage you to read the position paper entitled Organised Acts of Kindness – OAK Campaign. The paper provides a brief introduction to the project and the reasoning behind it, talks about importance of well-being on everyday life and considers ways to improve it, then presents the concept of random acts of kindness and the way they work and lastly, outlines the OAK campaign and discusses the plans for implementing the project.

During the Joint EB&MR Meeting 2016 that took place in Croatia, the Social Impact Initiative team presented the idea of the OAK box as a new step in the OAK journey. OAK box is envisioned as a box of joy which will be specifically designed for its receiver. It should contain inexpensive objects which will boost the mood of the receiver and encourage them to do the same for someone they care about. Detailed instructions on how to design the box can be found here. If you have already received it, do no’t forget to share it on social media with #OAKbox !

Open Access Movement (Closed)

Open Access (OA) stands for unrestricted access and unrestricted reuse of literature. Open Access literature is digital, online, free of charge and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions (Bailey, 2006).

So why is it important?

Most publishers own the rights to the articles in their journals, therefore anyone who wants to read the articles must pay to access them. As a result, the majority of researchers, professionals, students, and especially, individuals not included in one of the above groups, have limited access to journals, depending on which country they are from, or more specifically which institution they are affiliated with; which results in new research findings not being equally accessible to everyone. We believe that this is a large problem, since knowledge should be easily and most of all, equally accessible to all individuals seeking to access it.

Two important terms when discussing Open Access are: Gold Open Access and Green Open Access. Gold OA is when a journal charges its authors to make a particular article OA (it charges only APC – Article Processing Costs). The APC, also known as a publication fee, is a fee which is charged to authors in order to publish an article in an academic journal. This fee is usually paid by an author’s institution or research funder, rather than by the author themselves. It may be waived in cases such as students or researchers from underdeveloped countries. The article will be peer-reviewed,  and  the  article  will  be  OA  from  the  time  that  it  is published. Green OA means that an  article has been  deposited  into  a  repository  such  as  a university  archive,  or  subject  repositories  such  as  PubMed.  In most cases there  is no  cost  to  deposit  the  article,  making  it  OA.

What can students do?

Educate yourselves! Try to learn as much as you can about Open Access and motivate your friends and colleagues to learn as much as possible. Next, advocate OA both at your universities, as well as on the national level. Lastly, always try to publish your work in an Open Access journal and/or self-archive. Furthermore, you can also sign an Open Access pledge on the webpage, where you can state that you will devote most of your reviewing and editing efforts to manuscripts destined for open access. There is a considerable citation advantage with publishing in Open Access!

EFPSA is a loyal supporter of the “Open Access Movement”. Starting with the establishment of our peer-reviewed Open Access journal, the Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS), EFPSA has sought to provide information to psychology students about Open Access and provide assistance in advocating for Open Access policies on a national and local level. This has been achieved through means such as the publication of blog posts in the JEPS Bulletin. Moreover, in past, the Social Impact Initiative supported the “Open Access Movement” by promoting the ‘Open Access Week’ and by working on the design and delivery of an ‘Introduction to Open Access for Psychology Students’ presentation. Additionally, as a common project of SII and JEPS, a research study entitled ‘European Student Scientific Literature Access Study‘ has been conducted with the goal of revealing how much difficulty students actually experience with access to scientific journals, and also discusses whether the issues stem from the location the students are studying in. A short report of the pilot study can be found through the link above.

After mentioned achievements in OA, the Social Impact Initiative team decided to close this campaign. Nevertheless, you can still read the statement on Open Access and Psychology that expresses EFPSA’s stance on Open Access in the context of psychological science and its importance.

In addition, if you would like to get involved in promoting Open Access on a local level, we encourage you to download our OA kit here which contains everything necessary for successful promotion of the campaign.

A Brief History of the SII

Officially, the Social Impact Initiative was launched at the 27th annual EFPSA Congress, hosted in April 2013 (Izmir, Turkey), when the General Assembly of the Congress approved the introduction of the Social Impact Task Force.

During the Joint Executive Board and Member Representatives meeting in 2013, a workshop was organised during which possible topics of Social Impact were brainstormed and discussed. It was eventually decided that the work would revolve around tackling the problem of stigma towards mental disorders. The Task Force members conducted detailed research on the topic and reviewed the literature, which led to the composition and publishing of a Position Paper. One year later, the Task Force developed into a team within EFPSA, led by the Senior Coordinator. After having decided that a campaign would be the best way to make a positive influence on society, the “Mind the Mind – To Combat the Stigma Of Mental Disorders” campaign was created.

At the same time as the team conducted research for the campaign, the Task Force was working on the support for the “Open Access Movement” and “Right to Research Coalition (R2RC)”, in order to raise awareness of Open Access.

During the Joint Executive Board and Member Representatives Meeting in 2015, the team started brainstorming ideas for a new project. The idea way to cover another field of psychology other than clinical and research work. The “Organised Acts of Kindness” is oriented on encouraging people to do good deeds on a daily basis which would ultimately leave a positive impact on them and society.

The summer of 2016 the team collaborated with EFPSA’s Training Office on applying for a European Youth Foundation grant on the topic of empowering youths towards building a more inclusive society. During this time, a new campaign was started, entitled “Better Together” whose main focus is to educate secondary-level students on topics of discrimination and encourage them to help build an inclusive society.

Contact

Should you be interested in learning more about the EFPSA Social Impact Initiative and its activities, or getting involved in any of our projects, do not hesitate to contact us using the email address socialimpact[at]efpsa.org.

You can also visit the Social Impact Initiative page on Facebook to stay updated on everything we are doing, the Facebook page of our ‘Mind the Mind – to Combat the Stigma of Mental Disorders‘ campaign and the Twitter account of our  Open Access Movement or get involved with Organised Acts of Kindness on Tumblr.

We welcome you, students and partners, to join us in this journey.

History of STA

Study Abroad considers its existence, at least, since the early ‘90s where it begun as a project under the name “How to Study Abroad” and later on as "Study and Work Abroad" (SWA). Since 2005 the service has focused on “Study Abroad” (SA) and can now be found through the main website where information, advice and experience stories can be found. As of 2015, the Travel Network and the Study Abroad services have been merged into the Study & Travel Abroad service, which continues much with the same visions, missions and values as the predecessors. In 2016, the Student Exchange Responsible became part of the team, opening up the opportunity for Member Organisations to receive support from EFPSA in organising their international exchanges with other psychology student associations. In 2017 the Internship Responsible also joined the service after the success of the Internship Task Force, opening the service to those who would like to go on an internship nationally or internationally. The service now has 8 roles including that of the Coordinator, Study Abroad Responsible, Travel Network Responsible, Exchange Responsible, Internship Responsible and 3 Team Members.

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Countries

Austria

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Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: German

Psychology degree in English: 

– Webster University Vienna (private university, www.webster.ac.at): Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology and Master of Arts (MA) in Counseling Psychology
– Sigmund Freud University Vienna and Linz (private university, http://www.meicogsci.eu/wiki/Home/ ): Bachelor in Psychotherapy Science and Master in Psychotherapy Science University of Vienna, Master in Cognitive Science

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 1 – 200€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 1 – 200€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?:  

– For non-EU students its approx. 380€ per semester at most universities for bachelor and master programmes.

– Private universities have fees around 8000€ per semester (no difference, where you are from)

Approx. livings expenses:  500 – 800€

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

Becoming a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Austria requires a postgraduate education. The postgraduate education is subdivided in a theoretical (340h) and a practical (2098h) component. Furthermore 120h of Supervision and 76h of Self-awareness are necessary.

List of universities/departments

Graz

University of Graz (Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psy.sek@uni-graz.at
  • Address: University of Graz
    Insitute of Psychology Uni Graz
    Universitaetsplatz 2/ 3rd Floor
    A-8010 Graz
Innsbruck

University of Innsbruck (Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck)

  • Depart.: Institute for Psychosocial Intervention and Communications Research (Psychosoziale Intervention und Kommunikationsforschung )
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psyko@uibk.ac.at
  • Address: University of Innsbruck, Institute for Psychosocial Intervention and Communications Research Universität InnsbruckSchoepfstrasse 3 Innsbruck A-6020

Innsbruck Medical University (Medizinische Universität Innsbruck)

  • Depart.: Medical Psychology (Medizinische Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: Karoline.Hofer@uki.at
  • Address: Medical Psychology & Psychotherapy Clinic University of Innsbruck, Medical School Universität Innsbruck Schoepfstrasse 23aInnsbruck A-6020

University of Innsbruck (Universität Innsbruck)

University of Innsbruck (Universität Innsbruck)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Sport Science (Psychologie und Sportwissenschaft)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: dekanat-psychsport@uibk.ac.at
  • Address: University of Innsbruck, Psychology Faculty Universität Innsbruck Innrain 52f Bruno-Sander-Haus A-6020 Innsbruck
Klagenfurt

University of Klagenfurt (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: rainer.alexandrowicz@uni-klu.ac.at
  • Address: University of Klagenfurt
    Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt
    Universitatstrasse. 65-67
    A-9020 Klagenfurt
Krems

Danube University Krems (Donau-Universität Krems)

  • Depart.: Psychotherapy and Biopsychosocial Health (Psychotherapie und Biopsychosoziale Gesundheit)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@donau-uni.ac.at
  • Address: Donau-Universität Krems
    Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Str. 30
    3500 Krems, Austria

Danube University Krems (Donau-Universität Krems)

  • Depart.: Therapy (Therapie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@donau-uni.ac.at
  • Address: Donau-Universität Krems
    Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Str. 30
    3500 Krems, Austria
Linz

University of Linz (Johannes Kepler Universität Linz)

  • Depart.: Pedagogy and Psychology (Pädagogik und Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: wipaed@jku.at
  • Address: University of Linz
    Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
    Altenberger Strasse 69
    A-4040 Linz

Sigmund Freud Private University Linz (Sigmund Freud Privatuniversität Linz)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psychologie-linz@sfu.ac.at
  • Address: Sigmund Freud Privatuniversität Linz
    Adalbert-Stifter-Platz 2, 8. Stock
    A-4020 Linz
Salzburg
University of Salzburg (Universität Salzburg)
  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: uni.service@sbg.ac.at
  • Address: University of Salzburg
    Psychology Paris-Lodron Universität Salzburg
    Hellbrunnerstrasse 34
    A-5020 Salzburg
Vienna
Medical University of Vienna (Medizinische Universität Wien)
  • Depart.: Medical Psychology (Medizinische Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: regina.riss@meduniwien.ac.at
  • Address: University of Vienna, Medical School Universität Wien Severingasse 9 Vienna A-1090
University of Vienna (Universität Wien)
  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: ssc.psychologie@univie.ac.at
  • Address: University of Vienna, Psychology Universität Wien Liebiggasse 5 Vienna A-1010
Sigmund Freud University (Sigmund Freud Privat Universität Wien)
  • Depart.: Psychological Diagnostics and Psychotherapy (Psychotherapiewissenschaft und Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: office@sfu.ac.at
  • Address: Sigmund Freud PrivatUniversität Wien  Campus Prater  Freudplatz 1 A-1020 Wien
Webster University Vienna (Webster Vienna Privatuniversität)
  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@webster.ac.at
  • Address: Webster Vienna Privatuniversität Berchtoldgasse 1 A-1220 Vienna
Azerbaijan

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Union of Young Psychologists

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 4 y. BA+ 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Azerbaijani

Psychology degree offered in English: 

Khazar University: Psychology-Bachelor (English)

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 2500 – 5000€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 2500 – 5000€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: X

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800 €

ECTS: X

Exchange opportunities available: X

How to become a licensed Psychologist

No training available.

List of universities/departments

Baku

Baku State University (Bakı Dövlət Universiteti)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Social Sciences and Psychology (Sosial elmlər və psixologiya fakültəsi)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  –
  • Address: Baku State University, the 2nd building, the 2nd floor, room №201, Akademik Zahid Xəlilov küç., 23., AZ 1148, AZ-1073/1

Baku Slavic University (Bakı Slavyan Universiteti)

Khazar University (Xəzər Universiteti)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psixologiya)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: contact@khazar.org
  • Address: 11 Mehseti Str., AZ1096, Baku, Azerbaijan
Lankaran

Lankaran State University (Lənkəran Dövlət Universiteti)

  • Depart.: Pedagogies and psychology (Pedaqogika-psixologiya və fiziki tərbiyə)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: office@lsu.edu.az
  • Address: The Azerbaijan Republic, Az4200, Lenkaran, the prospectus of Azi Aslanova – 50.
Belgium

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Dutch & French

Psychology degree offered in English: 

– There are some statistic masters in English
– Phd is also possible in English

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 500- 1000€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 500- 1000€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: 

If you wish to study in a university in Wallonia-Brussels:

The basic tuition fees for one year of main studies for the academic year 2012-2013 amount to 835 euros.

In addition to the basic tuition fees, students from outside the European Union are required to pay additional fees. For the academic year 2012 – 2013, the amount of these fees varies between 1,923 euros and 3,845 euros.

The exact amount is stipulated to the student in the letter authorising him to enrol with the institution of his choice.

The amounts indicated here only concern the academic years 2012 – 2013 and are subject to change.

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800€

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

Remarks: The system is really different in the north and the south of Belgium cause the schoolsystem is divided by language

How to become a licensed Psychologist

You need to be on a list of the belgische psychologen comissie. To be able to register to the list, you need to have finished 5 years of university studies and in some cases (when you only studied for 4 years and got your degree in another country) proof relevant working experience.

List of universities/departments

Brussels
Free University of Brussels (Vrije Universitiet Brussel)
  • Depart.: Psychology & Education (Psychologie en Educatie – wetenschappen)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: rgillis@vub.ac.be
  • Address: Pleinlaan 2 Gebouw C Brussels B-1050
Gent

Gent University (Universiteit Gent)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Educational Sciences (Psychologie en Pedagogische Wetenschappen)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: Geert.Crombez@UGent.be
  • Address: Henri Dunantlaan 2
    Gent East Flanders
    B-9000
Leuven

Catholic University of Leuven (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Educational Sciences (Psychologie en Pedagogische Wetenschappen)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: Secr-decanaat@ppw.kuleuven.be
  • Address: Tiensestraat 102
    Leuven Flemish Brabant
    B-3000
Liége

University of Liége (Universite de Liége)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Education (Psychologie et Sciences de l’Education)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  udi.fapse@ulg.ac.be
  • Address: 5, bvd du Rectorat Bât
    B32
    Liége
    B-4000
Louvain

Catholic University of Louvain (Université Catholique de Louvain)

  • Depart.: Psychology & Education (Psychologie et des sciences de l’éducation)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info-psp@uclouvain.be
  • Address: Place du Cardinal Mercier 10
    Louvain-la-Neuve Walloon Brabant
    B-1348
Mons

University of Mons (Université de Mons)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Education (Psychologie et des Sciences de l’Education)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: Secretariat.FPSE@umons.ac.be
  • Address: Place Warocqué, 17
    Mons Hainaut
    B-7000
Bulgaria

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Association of Young Psychologists in Bulgaria “4th April”
  • www.4april.eu

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 4 y. BA + 1.5 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Bulgarian

(Students have  work with many psychological materials in english, french or german. ( like researches, psychological articles or books )

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 200 – 500€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 1000 – 2500€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: X

Approx. livings expenses: 200-500€

ECTS: X

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

If you want to become a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Bulgaria, you have to do your Master class in the field of Clinical Psychology in some of the universities, which provides such postgraduate education. It is not particularly necessary to have Bachelor degree in psychology to become a clinical psychologist.

List of universities/departments

Plovdiv

Plovdiv University Paisii Hilendarski (Пловдивски университет „Паисий Хилендарски)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Pedagogy
  • Website: link
  • Contact: ir@uni-plovdiv.bg
  • Address: 24 Tzar Assen St.
    Plovdiv
    4000
Sofia

National Sports Academy (Национална спортна академия „Васил Левски)

  • Depart.: Psychology, pedagogics and sociology
  • Website: link
  • Address: Sofia, 1700

New Bulgarian University (Нов български университет)

  • Depart.: Cognitive Science & Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  office@cogs.nbu.bg
  • Address: 21 Montevideo Str.
    Sofia
    1635

University of Sofia (Софийски университет)

  • Depart.: General, Experimental & Genetic Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Address: 15 Tzar Osvoboditel Blvd.
    Sofia
    1504

University of Sofia (Софийски университет)

  • Depart.: Social, Work & Educational Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Contact: zahi@phls.uni-sofia.bg
  • Address: 15 Tzar Osvoboditel Blvd.
    Sofia
    1504
Veliko Tarnovo

Saints Cyril andi Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo (Великотърновски университет „Св. св. Кирил и Методий“))

Croatia

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • USPjeH (Ujedinjeni studenti psihologije Hrvatske (United psychology students of Croatia)

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Croatian

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 500 – 1000€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 500 – 1000€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: X

Approx. livings expenses: 200-500€

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

If you wanted to work as psychotherapist, you have to finish additional 2 years of studying (so it’s 7 years of studying in total) and it is really expensive for students to pay for it. You have to do further educations after MD in clinical psychology.

List of universities/departments

Osijek

 University of Osijek (Sveučilište u Osijeku)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Pedagogy (Filozofski fakultet, Odsjek za psihologiju)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psihologija@ffos.hr
  • Address: Lorenza Jägera 9, 31000 Osjek
Rijeka

 University of Rijeka (Sveučilište u Rijeci)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Pedagogy (Filozofski fakultet, Odsjek za psihologiju)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: webmaster@ffri.hr
  • Address: Sveučilišna avenija 4, 51000 Rijeka
Zadar
University of Zadar (Sveučilište u Zadru)
  • Depart.: Psychology and Pedagogy (Filozofski fakultet, Odsjek za psihologiju)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@unizd.hr
  • Address: Krešimirova obala 2, 23000 Zadar
Zagreb
University of Zagreb (Sveučilište u Zagrebu)
  • Depart.: Psychology and Pedagogy (Filozofski fakultet, Odsjek za psihologiju)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  psy@ffzg.hr
  • Address: Ivana Lučića 3, 10000 Zagreb
 University of Zagreb (Sveučilište u Zagrebu)
  • Depart.: Croatian studies, Department of Psychology (Hrvatski studiji, Odsjek za psihologiju)
  • Website: link
  • Address: Borongajska cesta 83d, 10000 Zagreb
 Croatian Catholic University (Hrvatsko Katoličko sveučilište)
Cyprus

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • CYPSA is the Cyprus Professional and Scientific Psychological Association
  • www.cypsa.org.cy

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 4 y. BA + 2 y. MA (Theory/Research Masters); 3 y. MA (Scientist-Practitioner; requiring 1000-1500 hours of practicum to graduate).

General languages of tuition: Greek & English

Psychology degree offered in English: 

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level):

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level):

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?:

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

The title of Psychologist is protected by law in Cyprus.

An accredited Bachelor’s degree in Psychology allows someone to join the ‘Registry of Psychology Graduates’ which allows limited psychological duties under the supervision of a specialist psychologist and the use of the title Psychologist.

In order to become a psychology specialist and be allowed to use one of the specialization titles (Clinical Psychologist, Counselling Psychologist, etc) someone needs: (1) an accredited bachelor degree and (2) at least a 2-year postgraduate degree in the relevant specialization that includes at least 1000 hours of supervised internship.

In cases where this format of studies wasn’t followed then the Psychologists’ Registration Board will see each case individually and decide on equivalence or ‘treatments’ (if possible).

NOTE: Keep in mind that, so far, Cypriot Universities offering post-graduate degrees that lead to professional accreditation (master or doctorate level) have been offering degrees that last for at least 3 years.

List of universities/departments

Nicosia

Univerity of Cyprus (Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Τμήμα Ψυχολογίας)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:   ioannad[at]ucy.ac.cy
  • Address: P.O. Box 20537
    Nicosia Nicosia
    CY 1678

University of Nicosia (Πανεπιστήμιο Λευκωσίας)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Τμήμα Ψυχολογίας)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  info[at]unic.ac.cy
  • Address: 46 Makedonitissas Ave
    PO Box 24005
    Nicosia
    1700

European University Cyprus (Ευρωπαϊκό Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Τμήμα Ψυχολογίας)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: N.Liassis@euc.ac.cy
  • Address: 6, Diogenous Street
    Engomi PO Box 22006
    Nicosia
    1516
Czech Republic

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Czech Association of Students of Psychology (CASP)
  • www.caspos.cz

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2 y. MA & 5 y. Masters/diploma

General languages of tuition: Czech

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 0€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 0€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: X

Approx. livings expenses: 200 – 500 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

a) Master’s degree in Psychology
b) Started or finished a Psychotherapeutical course
c) To become a clinical psychologist you have to have finish a course in Psychologist in Health care (1 year course and you have to pay for it, costs are around 200 Euro)  and also you should get our postgradual attestation which takes 5 years to complete (you have to take some courses which are paid and complete some exams)

List of universities/departments

Brno
Masaryk University (Masarykova Univerzita)
Olomouc

Placky University of Olomouc (Univerzity Palackého v Olomouci)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Psychopathology (Psychologie a Patopsychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: dekanpdf@risc.upol.cz
  • Address: Žižkovo náměstí 5, Olomouc

Placky University of Olomouc (Univerzity Palackého v Olomouci)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Address: Křížkovského 10, Olomouc

Moravian University College Olomouc (Moravská vysoká škola Olomouc)

  • Depart.: Fundamentals of Psychology (Základy psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: dana.pokorna@mvso.cz
  • Address: Jeremenkova 1142/42, 772 00 Olomouc
Ostrava
University of Ostrava (Ostravská univerzita v Ostravě)
  • Depart.: Psychologie a aplikovaných sociálních věd (Psychology and Applied Social Sciences)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  info@osu.cz
  • Address: Dvořákova 7, Ostrava
Prague

Charles University (Univerzita Karlova v Praze)

Charles University (Univerzita Karlova v Praze)

Charles University (Univerzita Karlova v Praze)

Charles University (Univerzita Karlova v Praze)

Prague College of Psychosocial Studies ( Prazská vysoká Psychosociálních Studií)

  • Depart.: Psychosocial Studies (Psychosociálních Studií)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: viap@viap.cz
  • Address: Hekrova 805, Prague
Plzen

University of West Bohemia in Pilsen (Západočeská Univerzita v Plzni)

  • Depart.: Forensic Psychology and Sociology (Forenzni psychologie a sociologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  melkova@kpf.zcu.cz
  • Address: Sady Pětatřicátníků 14, Plzeň

University of West Bohemia in Pilsen (Západočeská Univerzita v Plzni)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: mizerova@kps.zcu.cz
  • Address: Chodské námestí 1, Plzeň
Denmark

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Danish & some courses in English

Psychology degree offered in English: 

A 2 year master in Cultural Psychology at Aalborg University which is taught in English!

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 0€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 0€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: 

They are changing the rules about payments back and forth. If there is a costs it differs between the studies and Universities. But in the moment you can apply for grants if you are from a non European country. The best is to contact the University for the latest information about fees and grants.

Approx. livings expenses: 200 – 500 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

After the five years of studies, you are an psychologist and you can work as a clinical psychologist.

But it will take you at least 2 years of work to get your authorization. As an authorized psychologist you can get more job opportunities, and you can get clients directly from the doctors and the hospitals. So the costs for the clients will than be partly payed of the welfare system instead of the clients themselves.

In order to get authorized you have to have a work that involves a certain amount of hours containing individual assessment and intervention as well a certain amount of  work with groups and organisations. You also have to be supervised and have been going to individual or group therapy. This is a costly process and not all employers are willing to pay for this. So it can take a couple of years to get the authorization. But to work as an psychologist you don’t have to be authorized, but it is a title that is secured to them who have studied the program in Denmark.

List of universities/departments

Aalborg

University of Aalborg (Aalborg Universitet)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psykologi)
  • Website: link
  • Address: Kroghstrade 3, Aalborg Ost, DK-9220
Aarhus

Aarhus University (Aarhus Universitet)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Behavioural Sciences (Psykologisk Institut)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psykologi@au.dk
  • Address: Jens Chr.Skous Vej 4
    8000 Aarhus C
Copenhagen

Copenhagen Business School (Handelshojskolen)

  • Depart.: Business Administration and Psychology (Erhvervsøkonomi – psykologi)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  cbs@cbs.dk
  • Address: Dalgas Have 15
    Copenhagen Frederiksberg
    DK-2000
Odense

University of Southern Denmark (Syddansk Universitet)

Roskilde

Roskilde University (Roskilde Universitet)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Educational studies (Psykologi og Uddannelsesforskning)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: ruc@ruc.dk
  • Address: Universitetsvej 1
    PO Box 260
    Roskilde
    DK-4000
Estonia

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • EPSA, the Estonian Association of Psychology Students (EPSÜ)
  • www.epsy.org.ee

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Mostly in Estonian (some courses are taught in English)

Psychology degree offered in English: 

Tallinn University of Technology (TUT, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool)
Department of  Industrial Psychology (Tööstuspsühholoogia)
Programme: Master in Work and Organizational Psychology

Link: http://www.tpi.ee/Master%20in%20Work%20and%20Organizational%20Psychology%20booklet.pdf

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 0€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 0€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?:  

Estonia has just accepted the new reform of higher education which means that studying in Bachelor´s and Master´s is for free as one is studying full time (at least 30 ECTS per semester). While one passes less than 30 ECTS he/she has to pay according to the fee (1 ECT = 30-40 Euros).

The programmes taught in English are still charged with fixed fee (2400 Euros/per year for Master in Work and Organizational Psychology).

Approx. livings expenses: 200 – 500 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

1) Finish Master’s
2) Pass the specialized courses (taught in Universities but not mandatory for the Master´s itself)
3) Finish one year full-time internship (quite hard to find and hard to do because it is not compensated neither for the trainee nor the tutor).
4) Take the qualification exam
We also have EuroPsy qualification now.
Researchers don’t have to get a license. But it’s highly recommended to be a member of the professional organization (EPL).

Remarks: Private School of Professional Psychology does not qualify as university.

List of universities/departments

Tallinn

Tallinn University of Technology (Tallinna Tehnikaülikool)

  • Depart.: Industrial Psychology (Tööstuspsühholoogia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: mare@perekonsult.ee
  • Address: Akaeemia tee 3
    Tallinn
    13419

Tallinn University (Tallinna Ülikool)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psühholoogia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psych@tlu.ee
  • Address: Narva Road 25
    Tallinn
    10120

Private School of Professional Psychology (Professionaalse Psühholoogia Erakool)

  • Depart.: Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Center (Psühhoanalüüsi ja Psühhoanalüütilise Psühhoteraapia Keskus)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: kool@profpsych.ee
  • Address: C. R. Jakobsoni 3
    Tallinn
    10128
Tartu

University of Tartu (Tartu Ülikool)

Finland

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2.5 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Finnish or Swedish (Abo Akademi). Some courses in English.

Psychology degree offered in English: 

There is a Master’s degree programme of Sport and Exercise Psychology in English (University of Jyväskylä).

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 0€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 0€

Even though there are no tuition fees in Finland, you have to pay the Student Union about 100 euros/year (depending on the university), which gives you access to student health care services, cheap meals at the university, student discounts (in public transportation, bars…) etc.

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?:  X

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

All of need to do is a 5 months internship during the Master’s. After the Master’s degree everybody becomes licensed.

List of universities/departments

Helsinki

Helsinki University (Helsingin yliopisto)

  • Depart.: Social Psychology (Sosiaalipsykologia)
  • Website: link
  • Address: Unioninkatu 37, 2nd Floor
    PO Bzox 54 University of Helsinki
    Helsinki
    00014
    Finland

Helsinki University (Helsingin yliopisto)

  • Depart.:Behavioral Sciences (Käyttäytymistieteiden Laitos)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: ibs-info@helsinki.fi
  • Address: Siltavuorenpenger 1-5
    PO Box 9
    Helsinki
    00014
    Finland
Joensuu

University of Eastern Finland (Itä-Suomen yliopiston)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psykologia)
  • Website: link
  • Address: Yliopistokatu 2
    PO Box 111
    Joensuu
    80101
Jyväskylä

Jyväskylä University (Jyväskylän Yliopisto)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psykologian laitos)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: mehto@psyka.jyu.fi
  • Address: PO Box 35
    Mattilanniemi MaC-building
    Jyväskylä
    40014
Tampere
Tampere University (Tampereen Yliopisto)
  • Depart.: Psychology (Psykologian laitos)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psykologia@uta.fi
  • Address: Tampere, 33014
Turku

Åbo Academy (Åbo Akademi)

  • Depart.: Developmental Psychology (Utvecklingspsykologi)
  • Website: link
  • Address:  Strandgatan 2 Turku
    20500

Åbo Academy (Åbo Akademi)

  • Depart.:Psychology and Logopedics (Psykologi och Logopedi)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  registrator@abo.fi
  • Address: Tuomiokirkontori 3
    Arken
    Turku
    20500

University of Turku (Turun Yliopisto)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psykologia)
  • Website: link
  • Address: Assistentinkatu 7
    Turku
    20014
Germany

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: German

Psychology degree offered in English: 

1) Neuro-Cognitive Psychology (Master) – Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

http://www.en.uni-muenchen.de/students/degree/master_programs/neuro_cog_psychology/index.html

2) Psychology Master’s Program in the Learning Sciences – Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

http://www.en.mcls.uni-muenchen.de/master/

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 100-200€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 100-200€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: 

It differs in some universities. We are not aware of all the differences. You should check it out individually for the universities of you interests.

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800€

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

A Master’s degree in psychology + 3-years-job-training with examination

Greece

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Greek psychology students association (GPSA)
  • www.seps.gr

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 4 y. BA + 1 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Greek

Psychology degree offered in English: ✔

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level):

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level):

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?:

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800 € (incl. rent, transportation, food, etc.)

ECTS: ✔ (some of them)

Exchange opportunities available: ✔

Note:

– Bachelor’s degrees from public universities are free and taught only in Greek.

– Bachelor’s degrees from private colleges are paid and might be in English, but they are not recognized by the state to be the same as the public ones.

– Master’s are sometimes paid, even in public universities.

How to become a licensed Psychologist

To become a licensed Psychologist, you have to present your degree, some medical exams and other paperwork to a local administration office. You only need a Bachelor’s degree and no practical work. If you have a Master’s or above degree that grants you a title or specialization, that title is not protected by any law.

List of universities/departments

Athens

University of Athens (Εθνικού και Καποδιστριακού Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών)

  • Depart.: Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Contact: secr@ppp.uoa.gr
  • Address: Zografou Athens Attica Greece

University of Panteion (Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο)

  • Depart.: Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Contact: pkord@otenet.gr
  • Address: 136 Sygrou Avenue, Athens 17671
Crete

University of Crete (Πανεπιστήμιο Κρήτης)

Ioannina
University of Ioannina (ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΟ ΙΩΑΝΝΙΝΩΝ)
  • Depart.: Psychology (ψυχολογία)
  • Website: link
  • Address: Dompole 30 Ioannina Epirus Greece
Thessaloniki

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (ΑΡΙΣΤΟΤΕΛΕΙΟ ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΟ ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗΣ)

American College of Thessaloniki

  • Depart.: English and Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Contact: drd@act.edu
  • Address: P.O. Box 21021, 55510, Thessaloniki, Greece
Hungary

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Hungarian and English

Psychology degree offered in English: 

ELTE Faculty of Education and Psychology: Psychology at Bachelor, Master level. Master level also Intercultural Psychology and Pedagogy.

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 1000 – 2500€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 1000 – 2500€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?:  X

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800 €

Answer would rather be somewhere around 500. It depends a lot on your needs. Hungarian students save a lot by sharing flats or staying at dorms. That keeps costs far under 500. But my experience is that foreigners prefer to rent a more central place and spend more money on exploring the area in every possible way and that will raise their costs above 500

ECTS:  – some of them

Exchange opportunities available: 

Note: We have these faculties for Master studies:
Cognitive Psychology, Social and Organizational Psychology, Work and Organizatonal Psychology, Clinical and Health Psychology, Counselling and Educational Psychology, Developmental and Clinical Child Psychology, Interpersonal and Intercultural Psychology

How to become a licensed Psychologist

In Hungary with a Bachelor’s degree (3 years of study) you can be a ‘behavior analyzer’, with a Master degree (+2 years of study): Psychologist.
After that: Clinical Psychology (+4 years) –› Psychotherapist Studies (+2 years)  –› Manner/technique-specific Studies (+2 years) =› to be a licensed psychotherapist/shrink takes 13 years

List of universities/departments

Budapest

Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Budapesti Műszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem)

  • Depart.: Ergonomics & Psychology (Ergonomia é s Pszichologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: antalovits@erg.bme.hu
  • Address: 1111 Budapest, Műegyetem rakpart 3-9, Hungary

Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Budapesti Műszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem)

  • Depart.: Work & Organization Psychology (Munka és Szervezetpszichológia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: krasz@erg.bme.hu
  • Address: Q épület, A 107, Budapest, 1117

Central European University

  • Depart.: Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Address: Nador u. 9, Budapest, 1051

Eötvös Loránd University (Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem)

  • Depart.: Education and Psychology (Pedagogiai és Pszichologia)
  • Contact: hunyady.gyorgy@ppk.elte.hu
  • Address: Izabella Utca 46 Budapest 1064

Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Magyar Tudományegyetem Akadémia)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Pszichologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@mtapi.hu
  • Address: H-1132 Budapest, Victor Hugo Str. 18-22

Karoli Gaspar University of the Hungarian Reformed Church (Károli Gáspáa Református Egyetem Bölcsészettudományi Kar)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Pszichologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: rector@kre.hu
  • Address: Kálvin tér 9 Budapest 1091 Hungary

Semmelweis University (Semmelweis Egyetem)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Pszichologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: hoyerm@se-etk.hu
  • Address: Vas u. 17 Budapest 1088 Hungary
Debrecan

University of Debrecan (Debreceni Egyetem)

Pécs

University of Pécs ( Pécsci Tudományegyetem)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Pszichologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: velosy.anita@pte.hu
  • Address: Ifűság  űtja 6 Pécs 7624 Hungary

University of Pécs Medical School ( Pécsci Tudományegyetem)

  • Depart.: Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (Pszichiátriai és Pszichoterápiás Klinika)
  • Contact: pszichiatria.klinika@aok.pte.hu
  • Address: Rét str. 2 Pécs 7623 Hungary
Piliscsaba-Klotildliget

Pazmany Peter Catholic University (Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Pszichologia)
  • Contact: pszichologia@btk.ppke.hu
  • Address: 1 Egyetem u. Piliscsaba-Klotildliget 2087 Hungary
Szeged

University of Szeged ( Szegedi Tudományegyetem)

  • Depart.: Health Psychology (Pszichologia Egészség)
  • Contact: benko@jgypk.u-szeged.hu
  • Address: Boldogasszony sgt.6 Szeged 6725 Hungary

University of Szeged ( Szegedi Tudományegyetem)

  • Depart.: Education and Psychology (Pedagogiai és Pszichologia)
  • Contact: dalice@jgytf.u-szeged.hu
  • Address: Hattyas sor 10 Szeged 6725 Hungary

University of Szeged ( Szegedi Tudományegyetem)

Ireland

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education:

Department of Education and Science (An Roinn Oideachais & Eolaíochta)

Organization of education system: 3 or 4 y. BA + 1 or 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: English

Psychology degree in English: 

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 2500-5000€

Technically undergraduates are free in Ireland, but with a 3000 Euro registration fee.

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level):more than 5000€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: 

There are different fees depending on the nationality of the student, in the eu, outside the EU and then from Ireland, they are shown on the university websites.

For non-EU it can be up to 10,000€

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800 €

ECTS:  – some of them

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

Firstly, you have get your Bachelor’s from a University that is accredited by the Psychological Society of Ireland. There are currently 10 Irish Universities which offer accredited Psychology courses.

Then, if you want to be a clinical psychologist, you need to complete a PhD in Clinical Psychology (usually after having completed a masters and having some relevant work experience – usually around 2 years). There are currently 4 Irish universities which offer these Clinical Psychology PhD Programmes.

If you want to be an educational psychologist, you need to complete an accredited 2 year masters in Educational Psychology.

For other areas of psychology, e.g. research etc, I’m not aware of licensing regulations.

List of universities/departments

Cork
University College Cork (Coláiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh)
Dublin

 University College Dublin

  • Depart.: Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Contact: mary.boyle@ucd.ie
  • Address: Newman Building
    University College Dublin Belfield
    Dublin 4

 Trinity College Dublin (Coláiste na Tríonóide)

  • Depart.: Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Address: College Green, Dublin 2

All Hallows College

  • Depart.: Theology and Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@allhallows.ie
  • Address: 9 Grace Park Road Droim Conrach, Dublin 9, Ireland

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Irish Institue of Counselling and Psychotherapy Studies

  • Depart.: Counselling & Psychotherapy Services
  • Website: link
  • Contact: admin@turningpoint.ie
  • Address: 23 Crofton Road, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin
Galway

 National Universtiy of Ireland, Galway (Ollscoil na hÉireann)

Limerick

University of Limerick (Ollscoil Luimnigh)

  • Depart.: Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  rachel.msetfi@ul.ie
  • Address: National Technological Park, Limerick, Co. Limerick

 University of Limerick (Ollscoil Luimnigh)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Sociology
  • Website: link
  • Contact: Ronni.Greenwood@ul.ie
  • Address: National Technological Park, Limerick, Co. Limerick

 Griffith College

  • Depart.: Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@gcl.ie
  • Address: 32 Upper William Street, The Milk Market, Limerick

 Mary Immaculate College (Coláiste Mhuire gan Smál)

  • Depart.: Psychology
  • Website: link
  • Address: South Circular Road Limerick
Maynooth

 National Universtiy of Ireland, Maynooth (Ollscoil na hÉireann, Má Nuad)

Waterford

 Waterford Institute of Technology (Institiúid Teicneolaíochta Phort Láirge)

Kosovo

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Albanian

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 200 – 500€

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 500 – 1000€

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: 

It is double for foreign students

Approx. livings expenses: 200 – 500 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

Notes:

University of Prishtina is part of the Erasmus Mundus Action II Scholarship, respectively the program me Join EU South Eastern Europe which provides opportunity for students from Kosovo do exchange or degree programs on their field of the study in European universities part of this program. Moreover, it also provides the opportunity for EU students to do exchange or degree programmes in South-Eastern Europe Universities in Kosovo. (For more information visit web-page: www.joineusee.eu).

*All reference to Kosovo, whether to the territory, institutions or population, in this text shall be understood in full compliance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 and without prejudice to the status of Kosovo. (CoE – http://www.coe.int).
Kosovar Association of Psychology Students – KOAPS – is a Regional Member in EFPSA.

How to become a licensed Psychologist

Licensing of psychologists is done within the scope of Ministry of Health. Three types of licenses are issued:
– basic license
Requirements include: BA diploma, 300 hours of supervised practical work on clinical setting and exam organized by Ministry of Health
– temporary licence
Requirements include: MA diploma, and 200 hours of supervised practical work on clinical setting
– licence for supervision
Requirements include: not sure

List of universities/departments

Kosovska Mitrovica

University of Priština (Univerzitet u Prištini)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Phylosophy, Psychology (Filozofski fakultet, Psihologija)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: studsl@fifa.pr.ac.rs
  • Address: Filipa Višnjića bb, Kosovska Mitrovica
Latvia

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 4 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Latvian, Russian & for students from European countries in English

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level):

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level):

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?:

Approx. livings expenses: 200-500€

ECTS:  

Exchange opportunities available:  

How to become a licensed Psychologist

Now diploma of Master is the only one thing that can approve that you are licensed Psychologist.
P.S But it will be better if you pass the comission or supervision, or the Association of Patent Attorneys of Latvia will carry out inspections. This is a voluntary organization whose purpose is to maintain high standards by patent attorneys in Latvia. Our goal is to achieve internationally recognized standards of professionalism and ethics, and to educate the public on the protection of industrial property rights.

List of universities/departments

Daugavpils

Daugavpils University (Daugavpils Universitāte)

  • Depart.: The Faculty of Social Sciences (Sociālo zinātņu fakultāte)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: szf@du.lv
  • Address: Parādes iela 1 – 303, Daugavpils LV-5401, Latvia
Riga

University of Latvia (Latvijas Universitāte)

  • Depart.: Department of Psychology (Psiholoģijas nodaļa)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psihologijas.nodala@lu.lv
  • Address: Jūrmalas avenue 74/76, Rīga, Latvia
Lithuania

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • LiPSA – Lithuanian psychology students association
  • www.lipsa.lt

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system:  4 y. BA + 2 y. MA

General languages of tuition: Lithuanian, English

Psychology degree offered in English: 

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level):

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level):

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?:

Approx. livings expenses: 0 – 200 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

Notes:

Tuition fee can be fully coverd by state if the student has good grades in his final High school examinations. There are also various scholarships.

How to become a licensed Psychologist

There are no licensing for Psychologists in Lithuania by the time, but there are some projects running to standardize procedure of becoming Psychologist.

There are requirements to finish bachelor’s and master’s and accomplish mandatory hours of practice.

List of universities/departments

Kaunas

Vytautas Magnus University (Vytauto Didżiojo Universitetas)

  • Depart.: The Faculty of Social Sciences (Socialinių mokslų fakultetas)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: dek@smf.vdu.lt
  • Address: K. Donelaičio g. 52–301 LT-44244 Kaunas, Lithuania
Klaipėda

LCC International University

  • Depart.: Social Sciences Department
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  info@lcc.lt
  • Address: Kretingos gatvė 36, Klaipėda 92307, Lithuania
Šiauliai

Siauliai University (Šiauliai University)

  • Depart.: Department of Social Education and Psychology (Socialinės pedagogikos ir psichologijos katedra)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  sppkatedra@cr.su.lt
  • Address: Vilniaus gatvė 88, Šiauliai, Lithuania
Vilnius

Vilnius Pedagogical University (Lietuvos Edukologij Universitetas)

  • Depart.: Department of Psychology (Psichologijos katedra)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  psichologija@vpu.lt
  • Address: Studentų St. 39, room 307,  LT-08106 Vilnius, Lithuania

Vilnius University (Vilniaus universitetas)

  • Depart.: Faculty of philosphy (Iš philosphy fakultetas)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  nijole.radaviciene@fsf.vu.lt
  • Address: Universiteto str. 9/1, LT-01122, Lithuania
Luxembourg

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 2 years Master

General languages of tuition:

The Bachelor of Psychology is taught in German(about 60%), French (30%) and English (10%). The percentages are rough estimates and can vary as a function of the curriculum and personal choices (options).

The Master of Psychology (research master) is taught in French and English.

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 200 – 500 €

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 200 – 500 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: No.

Approx. livings expenses: 800 – 1000 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

First you have to hold a degree in clinical psychology, usually this is the case if you have a certain amount of ECTS in clinical psychology in your master.
If you like to become a psychotherapist you’ll soon have to do professional training for about 3 to 4 years, after having completed this training you can offer psychotherapies.

List of universities/departments

Luxembourg

University of Luxembourg (Université du Luxembourg)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Arts, Humanities, Arts and Sciences of Education (Faculté des Lettres, des Sciences Humaines, des Arts et des Sciences de l’Education)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: natalie.kirwan@uni.lu
  • Address: Campus Walferdange Route de Diekirch, BP2, L-7220 Walferdange, Luxembourg
Malta

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Betapsi

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 1 year Master,     3 years Bachelor + 2 years Maste

General languages of tuition: English

Psychology degree offered in English: 

University of Malta

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 0

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 500 – 1000 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: 

Bachelor: E.U. – free, non E.U – 8,000-11,000; Masters: E.U. – 600-1000, non E.U. 10,800-13,400.

Approx. livings expenses: 200 – 500 €

Rent is rather expensive in Malta, we do not really have student housing close to the University so most people just rent a flat with other flat mates.  Average a month  is about 200-250 Euros a month per person.  Food and Drink is very cheap though, so as for living expenses I would say 600 Euro a month would be a suitable amount including, rent, food, transport and going out.

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

There are two options:

1)  You can either take a 3 year B.Psy (Hons) course and then apply for your Master’s after the 3 years (although most of the Maltese Masters programs require some kind of related work experience first before applying).

2) Or you may take a B.A in Psychology and another subject of your preference, then take a year conversion course in Psychology which means you will then possess an equivalent  to a B.Psy and then you may apply for your masters.  Malta does not as yet require a PhD to become a licensed psychologist but it is encouraged to practice.

Details: Course opens every 2 years and the number of students is dependent on the number of supervisors available to take on the students (rough estimate is 4). It s very common that persons do not get in after 2 years of working. To get in there is the minimum req of 2400 hours plus a 2:1 degree in psychology. The eligible applicants go through an interview which consists of a role play between applicant and actor with the actor playing out a scenario which is in lie with the past exp if applicant but also clinically oriented. This is video taped for the interviewers to see and asses after and due to the fact that they interviews will be in a different room . The applicants then one by one get interviewed on their preferred choice (top 2 between clinical counseling and educational), past experience and personal development.Then after undergoing the masters one has to work for an additional  2 years to achieve the warrant to be fully fledged clinical psychologists.

List of universities/departments

Msida

University of Malta (L-Università ta ‘Malta)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Education (fakultà ta ‘l-edukazzjoni)
  • Website: link
  • Address: University Ring Road, Msida, Malta
Netherlands

General information

 

 

 

 

Ministry of Education

Psychology Student organization

Organization of education system

Duration:

  • Bachelors: 3 years
  • Masters: 1, 1.5 or 2 years

Languages of tuition:

  • Dutch
  • English
Expenses

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level):

  • € 1.984

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level):

  • € 1.984

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?

  • Non-EU-students normally have to pay much more than EU members. The prices vary from €6000 to €12000

Approx. livings expenses (tuition unincluded):

  • € 700 euros a month

ECTS: 

  • Bachelors: 180 ECTS
  • Masters: 60, 90 or 120 ECTS

How to become a licensed Psychologist

To become a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the Netherlands, you have to complete a postmaster degree after you finish your Bachelor and Master’s degree. This programme takes two years. During these two years you will have education for 1 day a week and work under the supervision of a professional the remaining 4 days of the week. It is hard to get in. The criteria to get accepted to the degree are very strict.

Norway

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 2 years Master, 5 years Masters/diploma, 6 years cand. psycol degreee

General languages of tuition: Norwegian, but some also in English

Psychology degree offered in English: 

University of Oslo has 1 masters degree in psych taught in English; cognitive neuroscience. They also offer various courses on bacholor level, for example;
Research methodology III: Statistical analysis, design and measurement
Cognition, emotion and language
Psychosocial development
Social cognition
Cognition, emotion and language
See all the courses here: http://www.uio.no/studier/emner/sv/psykologi/

University of Bergen and Trondheim also offer some courses taught in English.

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 1 – 200 €

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 1 – 200 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: No.

Approx. livings expenses: 800 – 1000 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

In Norway we have the oppurtunity to take a year of psychology, a bacholor (3 years) or a master (2 more years after bacholor). If you want to become a clinical psychologist the only way to do this is to take the clinical psychology line of study, which is a 6 year long degree. It is not possible to become a psychologist whithout this cand. psychol degree. Only University of Oslo, Bergen, Tromsø and Trondheim (NTNU) offer this line of clinical psychology.

List of universities/departments

Bergen

 University of Bergen (Universitetet i Bergen)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Det psykologiske fakultet)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: post@psyfa.uib.no
  • Address: Postboks 7807, N-5020 BERGEN
Oslo

 University of Oslo (Universitetet i Oslo)

Tromsø

 University of Tromso (Universitetet i Tromsø)

  • Depart.: Department of Psychology (Psykologisk Institutt)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: hus5@list.sv.uit.no
  • Address: Huginbakken 32 (Teoifagbygget House 5), 9037 TROMSØ
Trondheim

 Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) (Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet)

  • Depart.: Department of Psychology (Psykologisk Institutt)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psykologi@svt.ntnu.no
  • Address: Dragvoll, Building 12, Level 5
Poland

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Polish Association of Psychology Students and Graduates
  • www.pssiap.org

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 2 years Master

General languages of tuition: Generally in Polish, though you can find some courses in english also.

Psychology degree offered in English: 

University of Warsaw – Warsaw International Studies in Psychology
More information you can find here: www.psychology.pl

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 0

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 0

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: 

Students from EU and EFTA have possibility to apply to psychology the same way as Polish students what means that they can study without any fees. The condition is good command of Polish since all free programs are in this language.Other students have to pay tuition fee which is different at differnt Universities for example in University of Warsaw it is 2 900 euro for 5-years Master Program.

Different situation is with studies in English – this program is paid both for polish and foreign students.In this case the fee is 4 700 euro for 5years Master Progam.

Approx. livings expenses: 0 – 200 €

As it comes for the costs of living, it all depends on the city, but generally students pay around 100-200 euros for accomodation and around 100-150 euros per month for food/other things (of course some people spend more money, but you’re able to survive easily with such amounts)

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

After you graduate from your University, you get a diploma and a title of Master of Psychology. There is no particular license that you need to get to start working as a psychologist or psychotherapist. Of cours, there are many courses that you can (and sometimes should) do, that can give you some additional qualifications or license, but it’s not compulsory.
There are continuous works on law that reguates Psychologists job but at the moment it’s not finished yet.

List of universities/departments
Gdańsk

University of Gdansk (Uniwersytet Gdanski)

  • Psychology Institute  (Instytut Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: ul. Bażyńskiego 4, 80-952 Gdańsk, Poland
Katowice

University of Silesia (Uniwersutet Śląski w Katowicach)

  • Psychology Institute  (Instytut Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: ips@us.edu.pl
  • Address: ul. M. Grażyńskiego 53 40-126 Katowice, Poland

University of Social Sciences and  Humanities in Warsaw (Szkoła Wyzsza Psychologii Społecznej)

  • Psychology (Psychologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: rekrutacja.katowice@swps.edu.pl
  • Address: ul. Kossutha 9, 40-844 Katowice, Poland
Kraków

Jagielloian Univerity  (Uniwersytet Jagieloński)

  • Psychology Institute  (Instytut Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: instytut.psychologii@uj.edu
  • Address: al. Mickiewicza 3, 31-120 Kraków, Poland
Łódż

University of Lodz (Uniwersytet Łódzki)

  • Faculty of Education (Wydział Nauk o Wychowaniu)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: wnow@uni.lodz.pl
  • Address: ul. Pomorska 46/48, 91-408 Łódź, Poland
Lublin

John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II)

  • Faculty of Social Sciences (Wydzial nauk Społecznych)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: Al.Racławickie 14, 20-950 Lublin, Poland

Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (Uniwersytet Marii Cuirrie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie)

  • Faculty of Eduation and Psychology (Wydział Pedagogiki i Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact  4p@umcs.pl
  • Address: ul. Narutowicza 12, Lublin, Poland
Opole

University of Opole (Uniwersytet Opolski)

  • Psychology Institute  (Instytut Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psychologia@uni.opole.pl
  • Address: Plac Staszica 1, 45-052 Opole, Poland
Poznań

Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan (Uniwerytet Im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu)

  • Psychology Institute  (Instytut Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: uampsych@amu.edu.pl
  • Address: ul. Szamarzewskiego 89, 60 – 589 Poznań, Poland

University of Social Sciences and  Humanities in Warsaw (Szkoła Wyzsza Psychologii Społecznej)

  • Psychology (Psychologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: rekrutacja.poznan@swps.edu.pl
  • Address: ul. gen. Tadeusza Kutrzeby 10, 61-719 Poznań, Poland
Sopot

University of Social Sciences and  Humanities in Warsaw (Szkoła Wyzsza Psychologii Społecznej)

  • Psychology (Psychologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: monika.merkel@swps.edu
  • Address: ul. Polna 16/20, 81-745 Sopot, Poland
Szczecin

University of Szczecin (Uniwersytet Szczeciński)

  • Psychology Institute  (Instytut Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psychologia@univ.szczecin.pl
  • Address: ul. Krakowska 69, 71 – 004 Szczecin, Poland
Warsaw

Collegium Civitas

  • Social Psycghology (Psychologia Społeczna)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@collegium.edu.pl
  • Address: plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warszawa, Poland

Kozminski Universuty (Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego)

  • Psychology (Psychologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: ewabarlik@kozminski.edu.pl
  • Address: ul. Jagiellońska 57/59, 03-301 Warszawa, Poland

University of Warsaw (Uniwersytet Warszawski)

  • Faculty of Psychology (Wydział Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@psychologia.pl
  • Address: ul. Stawki 5/7, 00-183 Warszawa, Poland

University of Social Sciences and  Humanities in Warsaw (Szkoła Wyzsza Psychologii Społecznej)

  • Faculty of Psychology (Wydział Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: ul. Chodakowska 19/31, 03-815 Warszawa, Poland
Wrocław

University of Wrocław (Uniwersytet Wrocławski)

  • Psychology Institute (Instytut Psychologii)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: sekretariat@psychologia.uni.wroc.pl
  • Address: ul. Dawida 1, 50-527 Wrocław, Poland

Szkoła Wyzsza Psychologii Społecznej (University of Social Sciences and  Humanities in Warsaw)

  • Psychology (Psychologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact:  sekretariat.wroclaw@swps.edu.pl
  • Address: ul. Ostrowskiego 30, 53-238 Wrocław, Poland
Portugal

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 2 years Master, 5 years Masters/diploma

General languages of tuition: In portuguese (rarely in english in specific masters and specific places).

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 1000 – 2500 €

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 1000 – 2500 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: No

Approx. livings expenses: 200 – 500 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

First of all, you have to go a university that has psychology as an option. In second,  After that, to take a bachelor you need three years. After that, you have two more years in a specif master, a clinical master to become a clinical psychologist. The first year is just with classes. In the second year of master you have a pratical and you have to do your thesis.
The third step is having a professional pratical recognised by the “Ordem dos Psicólogos Portugueses”, ( the Portuguese Professional Psychologists Association) in the clinical field, during a year. After that you’ll be recognised in Portugal as a Clinical Psychologist.

List of universities/departments
Almada

Piaget Institute (Instituto Piaget)

  • Depart.: Campus Almada – Psychology (Campus Almada – Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info[at]almada.ipiaget.org
  • Address: Quinta de Cima’s Arreinela, 2800-305 Almada, Portugal
Braga

Portuguese Catholic University (Universidade Catolica Portuguesa)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Philosphy (Faculdade de philosphy)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: secretaria.facfil[at]braga.ucp.pt
  • Address: College Square, 1 4710 – 297 Braga, Portugal

University of Minho(Universidade do Minho)

  • Depart.: School of Psychology (Escola de Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: secescola[at]psi.uminho.pt
  • Address: Campus Gualtar,  4710-057 Braga, Portugal
Coimbra

University of Coimbra (Universitade de Coimbra)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences (Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: dir[at]fpce.uc.pt
  • Address: R. Colégio Novo, 3000 Coimbra, Portugal
Covilhã

University of Beira Interior (Universidade da Beira Interior)

  • Depart.: Psychology Department (Departamento de Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: mgpe[at]ubi.pt
  • Address: Convento de Sto. António, 6201-001 Covilhã, Portugal
Evora

University of Evora (Universidade de Evora)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Faculdade de Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: uevora[at]uevora.pt
  • Address: Largo dos Schoolgirls 2, 7004-516 Évora, Portugal
Faro

University of Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro (Universidade de Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (Faculdade de Ciéncias humane e sociail)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: gmpgfchs[at]ualg.pt
  • Address: Campus de Gambelas 8005-139 Faro, Portugal
Lisboa

University of Lisboa (Universidade de Lisboa)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Faculdade de Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: geral[at]fp.ul.pt
  • Address: Alameda da Universidade, 1649-013 Lisboa, Portugal

Autonomous University of Lisbon (Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa Luís de Camoes)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: callcenter[at]universidade-autonoma.pt
  • Address: Rua de Santa Marta, nº 56 – 1169-023 Lisboa, Portugal

Institute of Applied Psychology (Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info[at]ispa.pt
  • Address: Rua Jardim do Tabaco, 34, 1149-041 Lisboa, Portugal

Higher Institute of Labour Science and Business (Instituto Superior de Ciencias do Trabalho e da Empresa)

  • Depart.: Psychology Department (Departamento de Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: Secretariado.dpso[at]iscte.pl
  • Address: Av.ª das Forças Armadas, 1649-026 Lisboa, Portugal
Loulé

Instituto Superior Dom Afonso III

  • Depart.:  Psychology (Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: noracavaco[at]hotmail.com
  • Address: Holy Spirit Convent, 8100-641 Loulé, Portugal
Porto

University of Porto (Universidade do Porto)

  • Depart.:  Faculty of Psychology and Education Science (Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências de Educação)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: up[at]up.pt
  • Address: Praça de Gomes Teixeira, 4050 Porto, Portugal

Porto International University (Universidade Internacional Porto)

  • Depart.:  Institute of Psychology and Educational Sciences (Instituto de psicologia e de Ciências de Educação)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info[at]por.ulusiada.pt
  • Address: Rua Dr. Lopo de Carvalho, 4369-006 Porto, Portugal

Portucalence University (Universidade Portucalence)

  • Depart.:  Department od Education ad Science Heritage (Departamento de Ciências da Educação e do Património)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: dcep[at]upt.pt
  • Address: R.  Dr. António Bernardino Almeida, 541, 4200-072 Port, Portugal

Portuguese Catholic University (Universidade Catolica Portuguesa)

  • Depart.:  Faculty of  Education and Psychology (Faculdade de educação e Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: s.academicos[at]porto.ucp.pt
  • Address: Rua Diogo Botelho 1327, 4169 – 005, Port, Portugal
Viseu

Piaget Institute (Instituto Piaget)

  • Depart.: Campus Viseu – Psychology (Campus Viseu – Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info[at]viseu.ipiaget.org
  • Address: 3515-776 Galifonge, Lordosa – Viseu, Portugal
Romania

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Cognosis or Federation of Psychology and Educational Sciences Student’s Association
  • www.cognosis.ro

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 2 years Master

General languages of tuition: Romanian

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 500 – 1000 €

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 200 – 500 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: No

Approx. livings expenses: 0 – 200 €

ECTS: (some of them)

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

1) Graduate from a Bachelor’s programme in Social Studies
2) Graduate from  Psychology Master’s programme
3) Practice under mentorship, and continue attending different forming classes in psychology to meet your credit requirements
4) Pass the license interview

To be licensed in Clinical Psychology must follow a master of this kind for 2 years and to sustain a dissertation on one specific area.

List of universities/departments

Alba Iulia

1 December 1918 University of Alba Iulia (“1 Decembrie 1918” Alba Iulia)

  • Depart.: Psychology Department (Catedra de Psihologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: dppd@uab.ro
  • Address: Nicolae Iorga, 510009 Alba Iulia,  Romania
Arad

„Vasile Goldis” Western University of Arad (Universitatea de Vest “Vasile Goldis” din Arad)

  • Depart.: The Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences (Facultatii de Psihologie si Stiintele Educatiei)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: steduc@uvvg.ro
  • Address: 1-3 Praporgescu Street Arad 310183 Romania
Brasov

University ‘Transilvany’ of Brasov (Universitatea Transilvania din Brasov)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences (Facultatea de Psihologie şi Ştiinţe ale Educaţiei)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: f-pse@unitbv.ro
  • Address: Street Nicolae Balcescu, no. 56, 500019 Brasov, Romania
Bucharest

 Titu Maiorescu University (Universitatea Titu Maiorescu)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultatea de Psihologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psihologie@utm.ro
  • Address: 187, Vacaresti Ave., sector 4, 040051, Bucharest, Romania

University of Bucharest (Universitatea din București)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences (Facultatii de Psihologie si Stiintele Educatiei)
  • Website: link
  • Address: Sos. Panduri, 90, Bucuresti-Sector 5, Bucuresti, 50657, Romania
Cluj

Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca (Universitatea Babes – Bolyai, Cluj – Napoca)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences (Facultatea de Psihologie şi Ştiinţe ale Educaţiei)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: mmoteoc@yahoo.com
  • Address: Str.  Unions no.  7, Cluj-Napoca,  400029 Cluj, Romania
Iasi

University of Iasi (Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences (Facultatea de Psihologie şi Ştiinţe ale Educaţiei)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: secretariat@psih.uaic.ro
  • Address: Strada Toma Cozma, Iași, 700554, Romania
Ordaea

University of Oradea (Universitatea din Oradea)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Social and Human Sciences (Facultatea de Stiinte Socio-Umane)
  • Website: link
  • Address: str. Universitatii, nr. 1 – Campus II, Oradea, Romania
Timiş

West University Of Timisoara (Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara)

  • Depart.: The Faculty of Sociology and Psychology (Facultatea de Sociologie şi Psihologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: steb@socio.uvt.ro
  • Address: Blvd. V. Pârvan 4, Timişoara 300223, Timiş, România
Serbia

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Stimulus

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 4 years Bachelor + 1 year Master

General languages of tuition: Serbian

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 1000 – 2500 €

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 1000 – 2500 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: Yes.

People from Serbia pay less than foreign students or don’t pay at all, but foreign students have higher fees. Tuition fee for them is from 1500 to 3500 euros depending on university.

Approx. livings expenses: 200 – 500 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

Bachelor degree and Masters degree in Clinical Psychology

List of universities/departments

Belgrade

 University of Belgrade (Univerzitet u Beogradu)

  • Depart.:  Faculty of Phylosophy, Departement of Psychology (Filozofski fakultet, Odsek za psihologiju)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@f.bg.ac.rs
  • Address: 18-20 Čika Ljubina Str., 11000 Belgrade
Niš

University of Niš (Univerzitet u Nišu)

  • Depart.:  Faculty of Phylosophy, Psychology (Filozofski fakultet, Psihologija)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@filfak.ni.ac.rs
  • Address: Ćirila i Metodija 2
Novi Sad

University of Novi Sad (Univerzitet u Novom Sadu)

  • Depart.:  Faculty of Phylosophy, Departement of Psychology (Filozofski fakultet, Odsek za psihologiju)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: sekretar@psihologija.edu.rs
  • Address: Dr Zorana Điniđića 2, 21000 Novi Sad
Novi Pazar

 University of Novi Pazar (Univerzitet u Novom Pazaru)

  • Depart.:  Departement of Philosophy Sciences (Departman za filozofske nauke)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: rektorat@np.ac.rs
  • Address: Ulica Vuka Karadžiča bb
Slovakia

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Slovenská asociácia študentov a  absolventov psychológie (SAŠAP)
  • www.sasap.sk

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 2 years Master

General languages of tuition: Slovak language

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 0

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 0

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: No.

Approx. livings expenses: 200 – 500 €

ECTS:  

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

You have to finish Masters. Then you have to work for 6 months on some clinic and than you can apply for certificate, which takes 3 years.
Finally after 3 years spend by doing your certificate (atestation) you become Clinical Psychologist.

List of universities/departments

Bratislava

Comenius University in Bratislava (Univerzita Komenského)

  • Depart.: The Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences (Fakulta sociálno-ekonomických vied)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: julius.kundrat@fses.uniba.sk
  • Address: Mlynské luhy 4, 821 05 Bratislava, Slovakia
Nitra

Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra (Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Social Sciences and Health Care
  • Website: link
  • Contact: ukf@ukf.sk
  • Address: Tr. A. Hlinku 1, SK – 949 74 Nitra, Slovakia
Presov

University of Presov (Prešovská univerzita v Prešove)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences (Fakulta humanitných a prírodných vied)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: fhpvpu@unipo.sk
  • Address: Ul. 17 novembra č. 1, 081 16 Prešov,Slovakia
Slovenia

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

  • Psychology Students’ Association of Slovenia (DŠPS)
  • www.dsps.si

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 2 years Master

General languages of tuition: Slovene

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 0

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 0

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: No

Approx. livings expenses: 200 – 500 €

ECTS:  (some of them)

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

There is no license yet. You finish the masters and you can become a psychologist. But we are in the procese of getting the Europsy certificate.

List of universities/departments

Koper

Universyti of Primorska (Univerza na Primorskem)

  • Depart.: FAMNIT, Biopsychology (FAMNIT, Biopsihologija)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@famnit.upr.si
  • Address: Glagoljaška 8, 6000 Koper
Ljubljana

University of Ljubljana (Univerza v Ljubljani)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Arts, Department of Psychology (Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za psihologijo)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info@ff.uni-lj.si
  • Address: Aškerčeva 2, 1000 Ljubljana
Maribor

University of Maribor (Univerza v Mariboru)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Arts, Department of Psychology (Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za psihologijo)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: ff@um.si
  • Address: Koroška cesta 160, 2000 Maribor
Spain

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 4 years Bachelor + 1 year Master, 4 years Bachelor + 2 years Master

General languages of tuition: Spanish, Catalan, Euskera and Galician. Depending on the region, but the Spanish is the most usual.
In Catalonia, Balearic Islands, Valencian Community, Basque Country, Galicia and Asturias is usual to have the regional languages mixed with Spanish.

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Maybe some courses, but not the full degree

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 1000 – 2500 €

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 2500 – 5000 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: No.

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

Bachelor + 1 year and a half Master programme or Bachelor + internship (4 years)

List of universities/departments
Albacete

 University of Castilla-La Mancha (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

  • Depart.:  Psychology Department (Departamento de Psicología)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: FcoJavier.Moral[at]uclm.es
  • Address: Plaza de la Universidad , nº 3, 02071 – ALBACETE
Alcorcon

 Rey Juan Carlos University (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos)

  • Depart.:  Faculty of Health Sciences (Facultat de Ciencias de la Salud)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: alcorcon.info[at]urjc.es
  • Address: Avenida Athenas, s / n.  28922 Alcorcon,  Spain
Barcelona

 University of Barcelona (Universitat de Barcelona)

  • Depart.:  Faculty of Psychology (Facultat de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: afersgenerals_psico[at]ub.edu
  • Address: Pg. Vall d’Hebron, 171, 08035 Barcelona, Spain

 University of the Balearic Islands (Universitat de les Illes Balears)

  • Depart.:  Faculty of Psychology (Facultat de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: Barcelona, Spain

Ramon Llull University (Universitat Ramon Llull)

  • Depart.:  School of Psychology, Education Sciences and Sport (Facultat de Psicologia, Ciències de l’Educació i l’Esport)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: sioefpcee[at]blanquerna.url.edu
  • Address: C / Cistercian, 34, 08022 Barcelona, Spain
Bellaterra

 Autonomous University of Barcelona (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultat de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: ga.psicologia[at]uab.cat
  • Address: Campus de la UAB, 08193 Bellaterra, Spain
Bilbao

 University of Deusto (Universidad de Duesto)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psycology and Education (Facultad de Psicología y Educación)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: Avda. de las Universidades 24, 48007 Bilbao, Spain
Cadiz

 University of Cadiz (Universidad de Cádiz)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Educational Sciences (Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: decanato.educacion[at]uca.es
  • Address: Real. Avda. República Saharaui, s/n, 11510, Puerto Real, Cádiz, Spain
Castellon de la Plana

 Jaume I University (Universitat Jaume I)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (Facultat de Ciències Humanes i Socials)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: adm-psi[at]uji.es
  • Address: Vicent Sos Baynes, s / n, 12071 Castellon de la Plana, Spain
Girona

  University of Girona (Universitat de Girona)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Education and Psychology (Facultat d’Educació i Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: deg.educacio[at]udg.edu
  • Address: Plaça Sant Domènec, 9, 17071 Girona, Spain
Granada

 University of Granada (Universidad de Granada)

  • Depart.: School of Psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: decapsico[at]ugr.es, secrepsico[at]ugr.es
  • Address: Campus Universitario de Cartuja s / n, 18071, Granada, Spain
Huelva

 University of Huelva (Universidad de Huelva)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Educational Sciences (Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: jfuentes[at]uhu.es
  • Address: Avda. Tres de Marzo, S/N. 21071 Huelva, Spain
La Laguna

 University of Laguna (Universidad de la Laguna)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: fcpsic[at]ull.es
  • Address: Campus de Guajara, 38071-La Laguna, Spain
Lleida

 University Of Lleida (Universidad de Lleida)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Educational Sciences (Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: deganat[at]fce.udl.cat
  • Address: Av. de l’Estudi General, 4, E-25001 Lleida, Spain
Madrid

 Autonomous University of Madrid (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

  • Depart.:  School of Psychology (Faculdad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: secretariagrado.psicologia[at]uam.es
  • Address: c / Ivan Pavlov, 6, Cantoblanco University City, 28049, Madrid, Spain

 Complutense University of Madrid (Universidad Complutense Madrid)

  • Depart.:  Faculty of Psychology (Facultat de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: Pozuelo de Alarcón, 28223, Madrid, Spain

National Distance Education University (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia)

  • Depart.:  School of psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: decanato.psi[at]adm.uned.es
  • Address: Calle Juan del Rosal, 10  28040 Madrid, Spain
Málaga

 University of Malaga (Universidad de Málaga)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psicologia[at]uma.es
  • Address: Cámpus Teatinoss/n, 19071 Málaga, Spain
Murcia

 University of Murcia (Univercidad de Murcia)

  • Depart.: School of psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: facpsi[at]um.es
  • Address: Espinardo Campus – 30100, Murcia, Spain
Oviedo

 University of Oviedo (Universidad of Ovieda)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: admpsico[at]correo.uniovi.es
  • Address: Plaza Feijoo s/n 33003 Oviedo, Spain
Salamanca

 University of Salamanca (Universidad de Salamanca)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: dec.fps[at]usal.es
  • Address: Avda. de la Merced 109-131. 37005 Salamanca, Spain
San Sebastian

 University of Pais Vasco (Universidad del País Vasco)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: loli.alonso[at]ehu.es
  • Address: Avenida Tolosa 70, 20018 Donostia – San Sebastián, Spain
Santiago de Compostela

 University of Santiago de Compostela (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: zpsideca[at]usc.es
  • Address: Rúa Xosé María Suárez Núñez, s/n. Campus sur, 15782 Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Segovia

 IE University Campus (Campus de IE University)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: university[at]ie.edu
  • Address: Cardenal Zúñiga, 12, 40003 Segovia. Spain
Sevilla

 University of Sevilla (Universidad de Sevilla)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: psijsecre[at]us.es
  • Address: C/ Camilo Jose Cela s/n,  41018, Sevilla, Spain
Tarragona

 Rovira I Virgili Tarragona University (Universitat Rovira I Virgili Tarragona)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Educational Sciences (Facultat de Sciences de l’educació i psycologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: responsable.psic[at]urv.cat
  • Address: Campus Sescelades – Ctra. de Valls, s/n 43007 Tarragona, Spain
Valencia

 University of Valencia (Universidad de Valencia)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Psychology (Facultad de psicologia)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: fac.psicologia[at]uv.es
  • Address: Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 21, 46010 València, Spain
Vic

 University of Vic (Universitat de Vic)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Education, Translation and Humanities (Facultat de Educación, Traducción y Humanidades)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: Sagrada Família, 7 08500 Vic,Spain
Zaragoza

 University of Zaragoza (Universidad de Zaragoza)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Social and Human Sciences (Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Humanas)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: jmartina[at]unizar.es
  • Address: City School s / n, 44003 Teruel, Spain
Sweden

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 2 years Master; Psykologprogrammet, which is a 5-year program in clinical psychology.

General languages of tuition: Swedish. Some courses are in English if the professor is not native speaker.

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 0

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 0

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: Yes.

Non-EU or EES students have to pay tuition, roughly about 30 000 Euro for a full masters’ or bachelors’ program in psychology.

Approx. livings expenses: 800 – 1000 €

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

In Sweden, psychologist is a protected professional title that may be used only by those who hold a licence to practise or is undergoing prescribed practical service. The Swedish training to become a psychologist consists of five years of higher education followed by one year of practical service.

-To become a licensed psychologist you have to attend the 5 year Professional Clinical Psychologist programme offered at ten universities in Sweden.

– One year practical internship under supervision by a licensed psychologist. This is called PTP.

If you have received your training in another EEA Member State* and want to work as a psychologist in Sweden, you need a formal recognition of your professional qualifications.

List of universities/departments
Goteborg

Gotenborg University (Göteborgs Universitet)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychology)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: Haraldsgatan 1, 405 30 Göteborg, Sweden
Kristianstad

Kristianstad University (Högskolan Kristianstad)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psykologi)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: gowert.masche[at]hkr.se
  • Address: Elmetorpsvägen 15, 291 88 Kristianstad, Sweden
Lund

Lund University (Lunds Universitet)

  • Depart.: Social Sciences (samhällsvetenskap)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: Per.Johnsson[at]psychology.lu.se
  • Address: Paradisg. 5 P och Allhelgona Kyrkog. 14 O, 14 M
Malmo

Malmo University (Malmö högskola)

  • Depart.: Social Sciences (samhällsvetenskap)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: Matrosgatan 1  205 06 Malmö, Sweden
Örebro

Orebro University (Örebro Universitet)

  • Depart.: Fakultetsnämnden för humaniora och socialvetenskap
  • Website: link
  • Contact: utbildningsadm.JPS[at]oru.se
  • Address: Fakultetsg. 1, 701 82 Örebro, Sweden
Östersund

Mid Sweden University (Mittuniversitetet)

  • Depart.: Social Sciences (samhällsvetenskap)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: andreas.karlsson[at]miun.se, kontakt.shv[at]miun.se
  • Address: Kunskapensväg 1, Hus P, 831 25 Östersund, Sweden
Stockholm

Karolinska Institute (Karolinska Instiitutet)

  • Depart.: Psychology program (Psykologprogrammet)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: pressinfo[at]ki.se
  • Address:  Solnavägen 1, Solna, 171 77 Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm University (Stockholm Universitet)

  • Depart.: Psykologiska institutionen (Psychology Institute)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: akewah[at]psychology.su.se
  • Address:  Frescati Hagväg 8 – 14, 106 91 Stockholm, Sweden
Sundsvall

Mid Sweden University (Mittuniversitetet)

  • Depart.: Social Sciences (samhällsvetenskap)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: andreas.karlsson[at]miun.se, kontakt.shv[at]miun.se
  • Address: Holmgatan 10, Hus L, 851 70 Sundsvall, Sweden
Umeå

Umea University (Umeå universitet)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Social Sciences (Samhällsvetenskaplig fakultet)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: –
  • Address: Umeå universitet, 901 87 Umeå, Sweden
Uppsala

Uppsla University (Uppsala Universitet)

  • Depart.: Faculty of Social Sciences (Samhällsvetenskaplig fakultet)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: Anders.Berndt[at]uadm.uu.se
  • Address: S:t Olofsg. 10B, 751 05 Uppsala, Sweden
Switzerland

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 2 years Master

General languages of tuition: German or French (masters often also in English)
But most often German + English or French + English are combined – so no “pure” English tracks (but you often just have to pass one or two courses in either French or German and the rest is in English (even the exam…))

Psychology degree offered in English: X

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): 500 – 1000 €

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): 500 – 1000 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: Yes.

Tuition fees for foreign students will be around 1000-1500€ per year.

Just as guidance: the difference is between 150 (Uni Fribourg) to 500 (Uni Zurich)
Some even have no difference: i. e. Uni Lausanne and Geneva

Approx. livings expenses: 800 – 1000 €

Expenses for living always depend on the region. You can start with 800€ per month in less expensive regions like Fribourg, but this usually wont be enough.

ECTS: 

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

We have a new law in Switzerland which says that we are only allowed to call us Psychologist if we have a Bachelor and a Master in Psychology from an university.

After a Masters Degree there is a 4 year apprenticeship, that has to be completed to become a clinical psychologist. It is completed next to the job (the lessons are typically Friday and Saturday). The cost is quite high (total around 40.000), but therefore you can expect to find a job that pays quite well 1-2 years into the apprenticeship (about 3-4.000 per month).

List of universities/departments

Basel

 University of Basel (Universität Basel)

  • Depart.: Departement of Psychology (Fakultät für Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: info-psychologie@unibas.ch
  • Address:Missionsstrasse 60/62, 4055 Basel
Bern

University of Bern (Universität Bern)

  • Depart.: Departement of Psychology (Institut für Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Address: Fabrikstrasse 8, 3012 Bern
Fribourg

University of Fribourg (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)

Geneva

University of Geneva (Université de Genève)

  • Depart.: Psychology and Educational Sciences (Faculte de psychologie et des sciences de l’education)
  • Website: link
  • Address: 40, boulevard du Pont-d’Arve, 1211 GENEVE

Webster University

  • Depart.: Psychology & Counseling
  • Website: link
  • Contact: admissions@webster.ch
  • Address: Route de Collex 15, CH-1293 Bellevue
Lausanne

University of Lausanne (Université de Lausanne)

  • Depart.: Psychology (Psychologie)
  • Website: link
  • Address: CH-1015 Lausanne
Neuchâtel

University of Neuchâtel (Université de Neuchâtel)

  • Depart.: Departement of Psychology and Education (Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines, Institut de psychologie et éducation)
  • Website: link
  • Contact: secretariat.ipe@unine.ch
  • Address: Esp. Louis-Agassiz 1, CH-2000 Neuchâtel
Turkey

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 4 years Bachelor + 2 years Master

General languages of tuition: Turkish/English

Psychology degree offered in English: 

boğaziçi university
bilkent university
koç university
izmir economy university
middle-east technical university
east mediterrean university
girne american university
international cyprus university

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): more than 5000 €

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): more than 5000 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: Yes. It depends on the unversity fee’s differ from 0 to 12500 euro per year. University can offer you scholarship from 15% to 100%.

Approx. livings expenses: 500 – 800 €

ECTS:  (some of them)

Exchange opportunities available: 

How to become a licensed Psychologist

First you have to graduate from any kind of university (that law says but when you attend master’s degree they eliminate non-psychology graduates).
Then you have to finish master’s degree in clinical psychology.

United Kingdom

General information

 

 

 

 

Student organization

Ministry of Education

Organization of education system: 3 years Bachelor + 1 year Master

General languages of tuition: English

Psychology degree offered in English:  

Approx. tuition fee per year (undergraduate level): more than 5000 €

Approx. tuition fee per year (postgraduate level): more than 5000 €

Are the tuition fees different for non-EU or foreign students?: Yes.

Divided into EU and non EU.

Tutition fees vary across universities and differ according to the students  status:
Currently approximately:
Undergraduate UK/EU: 3500 to 9000 pounds
Undergraduate International: more than 12000 pounds
Postgraduate UK/EU: more than 5000 pounds
Postgraduate International: more than 13000 pounds

Approx. livings expenses:  800 – 1000 €

ECTS:  The credits awared for degrees or courses in UK can be translated into ECTS. Usually 2 UK credits = 1 ECTS credit

Exchange opportunities available:  

How to become a licensed Psychologist

There are three options avaiblabe for working as a licensed psychologist:

1) Clinical Psychologist To become a clinical psychologist  you need a (a) Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) –> this is achieved by completing a Society accredited degree or conversion course and a (b) society accredited Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.

2) Counselling Psychologist To become a counselling psychologist you need a (a) Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) –> this is achieved by completing a Society accredited degree or conversion course  and a (b)Society accredited Doctorate in Counselling Psychology or the Society’s Qualification in Counselling Psychology

3) Psychological wellbeing practitioner – Psychological wellbeing practitioners (PWPs) work within the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service. They provide high volume, low intensity interventions for clients with mild to moderate depression, based on a cognitive behavioural model. 1. Access is open to graduates and to those who can demonstrate that they can perform academically, at a graduate level. These trainees will then be trained to a post graduate certificate level 2. People from local communities, with a wide range of life experience. These trainees will be trained to a graduate level, having the same competences, but with a different academic qualification. Experience of working with people with mental health problems is essential. – Posts are advertised on the NHS Jobs website and locally within newspapers and local job sites –> more information: http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/explore-by-career/psychological-therapies/psychological-wellbeing-practitioner/

Study Abroad Databases

Masters in England

Masters in other countries (including Wales, Scotland, & Northern-Ireland)

Travel Network

Well, let’s be honest, who doesn’t? How cool is it to go to another place, make friends, create memories, and be hosted at a welcoming home for free? And how fun is it to make new friends across Europe by hosting them at your place for a day or a few?

EFPSA Travel Network offers you this amazing opportunity, in 5 simple steps!

1. Open Facebook

First of all, make sure you have a look at our dedicated Facebook group right here: EFPSA Travel Network. The aim of this group is to facilitate travelling for psychology students and alumni all around Europe!

2. Become a member

When you request to become a member of the group, we will send you a message, kindly asking you to fill in a short survey. (Please check “Other Inbox” as well). This will give us the opportunity to screen people in this group and to see if we’re all European psychology students and alumni, and that our private information is not being shared with others. After you fill in the form and if you meet the criteria, we’ll accept you as a member.

3. Find a host

When you wish to be hosted in a certain city, simply click on “Photos”, then “Albums”, then “Host Cities”. This album showcases the various cities in which psychology students from this Travel Network can be hosted by other psychology students. The album will be updated from time to time according to our database.

4. Contact the host

In the photos of the cities, certain people are tagged. Those are the hosts. To get in touch with them, all you have to do is formulate a request, and post it as a comment on the photo of the city. After you got a reply from the host and that initial contact is made, you and that person can switch to messenger and have a conversation about what kind of place you offer, what is your availability and what are your expectations. It’s between you and your potential host after that point.

5. Have fun and share your experience

We can’t wait to hear stories from you guys staying at each other’s places and having an amazing time! We invite you to share your awesome photos and stories about the places you stay in our facebook group!

Housing Anywhere is a platform where students can choose to rent out their rooms to other students. Therefore if you are looking to move abroad for any reason you can send an email on sta@efpsa.org to get hold of our discount code to book a room abroad.

If you would like to know how it works click here.

Exchanges

EFPSA Exchanges (part of Study & Travel Abroad) is your helping hand when it comes to organising an exchange for your national or local psychology organisation. This service was founded in May 2016. A needs analysis was conducted and a report was compiled and presented. This determined how EFPSA Exchanges should function.
Based on this information when two or more organisations approach our service and decide to have an EFPSA Exchange they are given a handbook with guidelines on how to plan, prepare and execute an exchange, Skype meetings are conducted before and after the exchange and Templates of feedback forms and information booklets are also passed on for more facilitation.

You can reach us at exchanges@efpsa.org or sta@efpsa.org for all the questions or organizational support you need regarding organising an exchange. ​

Internships

After the success of the Internship Task Force, Internships were introduced in Study and Travel Abroad in 2017. As part of the service internship calls are open several times a year from different partner institutions around Europe, internships vary in period and time as well as voluntarily or paid. A partner institutions database is compiled and updated time after time as new institutions are approached or approach us.

If you would like to know when the next internship call is or you would like to offer internships and become on of our partner institutions contact us on internships@efpsa.org or sta@efpsa.org.

Contact Study and Travel Abroad

 

Study and Travel Abroad is here to assist you in any way we can!

If you have any questions regarding studying psychology abroad within Europe, please feel free to contact our Study Abroad Responsible Jelka Stojanov or Team member Michaela Sklatinioti  at studyabroad@efpsa.org 

If you are active in a member organisation of EFPSA and would like to know more about organising an exchange, feel free to get in touch with Andrew Camilleri our Exchanges Responsible at exchanges@efpsa.org

For questions or suggestions related to travelling, please reach out to our Travel Network Responsible Sara Stanisavljević or team member Anna Stekrova at travel@efpsa.org

For any internships suggestions or internship calls you can contact our Internships Responsible Marija Davcheva or team member Dajana čopec on internships@efpsa.org

For any general queries or to contact our coordinator Reb Xiberras reach out on sta@efpsa.org

Always keep expanding your borders to reach new horizons!

– The STA Team