Bachelor's Degree Psychology

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Understand human activities and behavior!

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This course enables students to understand human activities and behavior, both from the theoretical and the practical point of view. The student will acquire skills to help them analyze the different situations they will encounter in psychology. All the main areas of the discipline are covered (abnormal psychology, clinical psychology, social psychology, work psychology, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, neuropsychology, research methodology and statistics) from different theoretical angles. The student also learns about the role of the psychologist and psychological practice and ethics. The course is, of necessity, very general in order to give students as complete an overview of the discipline as possible.

Language of instruction: French
Academic Calendar: Fall semester from early September to Christmas, spring semester from early January to mid-May. Approximately 475 teaching hours per year.

Entry Requirements
Applicants must have a high school graduation diploma, British A’Levels or an equivalent diploma.
Non-native speakers of French must prove they have attained the level B2 on the European scale.


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symbole partenariat

Sponsorship of the early years

picto séminaires scientifiques et professionnels

Meetings with professionals


  • General Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Statistics
  • Research Methodology
  • Psychology of Work
  • Neuroscience
  • 2 languages
  • etc.


students per class


Etudiants par groupe TD


teaching hours per week


minimum of intership in 3rd years



Internships and work experience

There is a mandatory internship in the third year. It is also possible to do an internship in the second year if the student desires.

Study Abroad
It is possible to spend the first semester of the second year in one of our partner universities (40 possible destinations).

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Staff and contacts

Program director

Professor Dominique Reniers
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  • Dr Catherine Demarey (work psychology)
  • Professor Dominique Reniers (clinical psychology)
  • Dr Halima Mecheri (abnormal psychology)
  • Dr Henry Clety (work psychology)
  • Dr Anthony Piermatteo (social psychology)
  • Dr Carole Pinel (clinical psychology)
  • Dr Sandrine Schoenenberger (work psychology)
  • Dr Julio Guillen (clinical psychology)
  • Dr Bruno Lenne (neuropsychology)

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