Awarding University: Wrexham Glyndwr University
Why choose this course?
- Obtain a Degree approved by the Greek Ministry of Education and abroad
- High standards of university education, oriented to the international markets
- Program structured after careful scientific research.
- The curriculum covers all key aspects of psychology in line with professional body expectations.
Key Course Features
Accredited program of studies in Psychology offered in Greece by a UK University. Students are able to apply to the Council for the Recognition of Professional Qualifications (SAEP) of the Greek Ministry of Education for the recognition of their qualifications.
Following successful completion of the course, individual students can apply for professional body accreditation. Such accreditation is at the discretion of the relevant professional body.
Participation and attendance of seminars and events by renowned academics and professional psychologists.
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Psychology is the study of human behavior, with emphasis on thoughts, feelings, and motives which affect and define it..
The main aim of the BSc (Hons) Psychology is to introduce students to all the main fields of Psychology with an emphasis on social, cognitive, biological, developmental and individual differences.
The Course Modules provide in-depth knowledge of fundamental aspects. Through them, students will examine psychological questions with the use of research methods. These modules will build on students’ knowledge and prepare them for the research project in the 3rd year, ensuring that students have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills for any future research task.
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Fundamental Psychology||Developmental Psychology||Research Project|
|Study Skills for Psychology||Cognitive Psychology||Social Psychology|
|An Introduction to Research Design||Intermediate Research Methods||Optional Module*|
|An Introduction to Data Analysis||Advanced Research Design||Optional Module*|
|Psychology in Action||Biological Psychology||Optional Module*|
|Essential Psychology||Individual Differences||-|
Graduates holding a degree in BA (Hons) Psychology will be able to analyze problems, apply the knowledge of statistics and computing skills they have acquired, draw up research papers and present a deep understanding of human relations.
Graduates of this program can:
- Work as Psychologists in enterprises and organizations in the public and private sectors.
- Work as freelancers or establish their own practices.
- Further their academic studies by attending a Master’s Degree in Greece or abroad.
How to Apply
All applicants are individually assessed on their qualifications, skills, and experience. However, a typical three A level or BTEC National Diploma offer will be 260 UCAS tariff points. For admission to our first degrees, you will normally be expected to have passed at least one of the following options
- Two subjects at Advanced GCE (A-Level).
- One VCE Double Award.
- Two, six-unit Advanced VCEs.
- One Advanced GCE (A-Level) and one, six-unit Advanced VCE.
- Two subjects at Scottish Advanced Higher.
- An EDEXCEL BTEC or SCOTVEC National Certificate/Diploma at a good standard.
- An award of the European Baccalaureate Diploma, with at least 60 percent overall; English at 60 percent.
- An award of the International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum of 24 points; English at four points.
- An award of the Irish Leaving Certificate with a minimum of five Higher passes.
- A Welsh Baccalaureate Diploma.
English Language requirements:
- IELTS 6.0: Overall score of 6.0. Minimum of 5.5 in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing.
- TOEFL: Overall score of 87. Minimum of 20 Speaking, 17 Listening, 18 Reading and 17 Writing.
- Pearsons: Overall score of 51. Minimum of 51 Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing.
About the School
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