NATIONAL COLLEGE OF IRELAND | Dublin, Ireland

Our psychology degree is accredited by the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI). The PSI is the professional body for psychology in the Republic of Ireland with accreditation enabling honours graduates of our degree to pursue further professional training in psychology.

Psychology is the fascinating study of the human mind and seeks to understand how we think, act and feel. In this degree you will look at compelling questions such as:

What shapes our personality? How do children develop and learn? What influences our well-being? Why do we sometimes forget things? What gives some teams an edge over others? The psychology degree at NCI will set you on an amazing journey of discovery. It will also equip you for a range of careers. Your degree could see you eventually working in a number of clinical and psychological settings, or alternatively in business areas such as marketing, management and human resources, or in sports, education, social work among others. It is a degree that gives a variety of career choices and the option of further postgraduate study.

Working with our dedicated and experienced psychology faculty you will gain a solid grounding in all the core areas of psychology including cognitive psychology, personality and individual differences, lifespan development, social psychology, research methods and biological psychology, as well as specialised topics such as workplace psychology and, cyber-psychology. You will cover all the major theoretical perspectives like the theory of Freud, Jung and Pavlov and will be encouraged to apply these theories to the world around you through an interesting range of projects and assignments. Studying psychology will take you through some of the darker and the dazzling aspects of the human condition. This degree will give you an excellent broad knowledge in psychology and the ability to later specialise in the areas you most enjoy.

A Levels: BBC with B’s in Maths and/or Science Subjects

IB: 28 Points including 4 in Maths and 4 in English

American High School: High School Diploma with a minimum GPA of 3.2 plus: 

- SAT 1 Score of 1800+ or ACT composite score of 26 and above AND

- 2-3 Advanced Placement Examinations in relevant subjects with grade 3 and above or 2-3 SAT Subject tests in relevant subjects with minimum score of 600 

IELTS requirement – 6.0

1 Intake per Year:

September

Who is this programme for?

As a graduate of this course you will:

  • Understand the principles of psychology and gain a broad understanding of human behaviour.
  • Learn how to critically analyse problems and how to conduct scientific research.
  • Apply your knowledge of psychology to the workplace, the community and society.

NCI’s psychology course has been accredited by the Psychological Society of Ireland. This approval will enable graduates to apply for professional postgraduate courses in such specialisms as clinical, educational, occupational and counselling psychology. If you have an interest in human behaviour and wish to open up a range of careers, then this course will be tremendously rewarding and valuable.

Future Prospects

The degree is recognised by the Psychological Society of Ireland and therefore allows graduates to complete further graduate training within psychology in areas including:

  • Clinical psychology
  • Organisational psychology
  • Forensic psychology
  • Educational psychology
  • Counselling psychology
Duration
3 Years
Housing :
€ 7000.00 Monthly
Tuition :
€ 10000.00
Delivery:
Onsite
Scholarship:
15%
Level :
Bachelor
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