The Croatian Ministry of Science and Education has approved the new undergraduate study program Psychology. The first generation of students will start their lessons in October 2021, and the applications for admissions will open on May 1st, 2021.
The program lasts three years, the classes are entirely in English, and graduates will obtain 180 ECTS and the title University Baccalaureus of Psychology (univ. bacc. psych.). Students will learn about the different psychological disciplines and theoretical orientations, acquire research methodology skills, and obtain a basic knowledge of scientific disciplines that intersect with psychology (e.g., philosophy, anthropology, sociology).
The study program is in full accordance with the requirements of EuroPsy, a European Standard of education and professional training in psychology set by the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations. Therefore, the students who complete the program may continue their studies on any psychology master program in the EU.
The annual fee is 6000 Euro, and the enrolment quota is 34 students. Applications for admissions start on May 1st and close on July 23rd, 2021. Two additional places without fee are reserved for Croatian students of lower socioeconomic status (requirements: Croatian citizenship and high school education obtained in Croatia, excellence in previous education, income per family member lower than 65% of the tax base).
Classes will be held at the University of Split Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and other parts of the University such as the School of Medicine. The program will be taught by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences staff and collaborating teachers from other Croatian and international universities. The mentoring system will provide each student with a mentor-teacher who will advise the student regarding the study or specific academic interests. According to the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences regulations, students may also spend one or more semesters at one of the European Universities.
For further information please visit www.st-psychology.eu
Darko Hren, PhD, Assist. Prof. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Head of the Department of Psychology
Ina Reić Ercegovac (email@example.com) Vice Dean for Teaching and Student Affairs
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences