|Annual tuition (EEA)||7,500 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||7,500 EUR|
Bachelor Degree in Psychology (Specialization in Psychology of Health)
Taught in English
Number 1 Bachelor’s in Europe according to U-Multirank
Specialization in Neuropsychology and Neurodevelopment
Specialization in Psychology of Education
Specialization in Psychological Interventions in Health-care Settings
Spanish Language Courses
To study Psychology, it’s recommended that the student has the abilities to observe and to concentrate. Other skills very useful in this area are the ability to analyze and to synthesize, to be thorough and to have attention to detail, to be capable of logical reasoning, have good level of numeracy, inclination towards investigation, interest for scientific developments, motivation towards technology, and interest in the human development.
Furthermore, due to the Career Opportunities that Psychology presents, it’s recommended to have interest towards studying human beings, our social sensibility, capabilities to form relationships and interpersonal contact, as well as interpersonal communication (oral and written), verbal reasoning and comprehending, visual and auditory memory, capacity to negotiate, flexibility and critical sense.
Interest in studying human behavior.
Ability to observe and listen systematically.
Ability to self-observe.
Ability to oral and written communication.
Capacity for analysis, criticism and reflection.
Good social skills.
Psychology profession covers different social realities. Most psychologists work in public positions (hospitals, Town Halls, Public Administrations), even though private practice of the profession is also a common career option.
The following are the different areas in which psychology students can practice once they graduate:
Psychology of Physical Activity and Sport
Psychology of traffic and road safety
Advertising and Public Relations
Intervention in emergencies and disasters