Our clinical and practice-orientated training aims to provide an overall knowledge of the discipline of psychology and to develop special skills in the fields of mental health, communication science, child psychology, health-care psychology, and clinical psychology. In addition to study of the practical side of the profession, we also place great emphasis on the preparation of our students for this occupation, as expressed in professional acclimatization studies. Our training comprises two stages, general and specialized.
The general stage at the BA level concludes with a final exam at the end of the sixth semester. Following this, at the MA level students must choose two areas of interest from the three which are offered (clinical psychology, interpersonal relationships, communication science); students then take these courses for a further four semesters. The degree course also includes ‘intellectual training,’ which allows students to study other interdisciplinary subjects such as biblical anthropology, art therapy, etc.). During the final semester students must choose a total of eight special courses from a wide range of subjects related to psychology.
The degree course finishes with the submission of a thesis, based on independent academic research, and a final exam. The Institute provides three special postgraduate courses: mental health, supervisor, and consultant on psychology of visual expression.
Head of Institute
Paszkál Kiss, Ph.D.
Tel: +36 (1) 430 2348
Tel: +36 (1) 430 2349
English language BA program coordinator:
Tel: +36 30 362 5691