|Study location||Hungary, Budapest|
|Type||Bachelor, full degree studies|
|Nominal duration||6 semesters|
|Course code||Arts and Humanities|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Description of the course / programme
The aim of our Psychology BA program is to establish solid theoretical and methodological foundations in the basic fields of psychology (developmental, general, personality, and social psychology) together with the necessary knowledge from attached disciplines including statistics, physiology, cultural studies, philosophy, and theology. We encourage students to develop a complex knowledge about human behavior and the psychological processes. Our curriculum underlines the importance of practical competences, encourages professional development, and provides systematic ways of professional self-reflection.
Applicants must have a secondary school final examination certificate to be admitted to the program.
Entrance examination: Yes
Entrance type: Oral
Minimum level of language proficiency (oral): B2
Minimum level of language proficiency (written): B2
Place of examination: Electronic (Microsoft Teams)
Description of selection and entrance examination process
Applicants have to submit a copy of their secondary school final examination certificate (along with its certified translation into English) and a motivation letter in English. During the interview (in person or through Microsoft Teams) the applicant’s motivation, his/her general understanding of psychology and his/her English language skills will be assessed in an interview. As the language of the studies is English, a good command of English (B2 CEFR level) will be needed.
Contact person information
Ms Judit Szabó
Main subject areas
Introduction to Educational and School Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Clinical and Health Psychology, Counseling Psychology
Culture and Society
Biological Studies, Anatomy and Neurology
Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Psychology, History of Psychology, The Ethics and Legal Framework of Psychology
Statistics, Psychometrics, Research Methods in Psychology, Supervised Research
Common courses for all students at the Faculty of Humanities (Philosophy, Church Studies, Reading the Bible: an Introduction)