With its interdisciplinary psychology programme, Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences (KL) at Campus Krems offers an academic education with practice-oriented teaching in small groups using innovative teaching methods - consisting of the Psychology Bachelor programme and Psychology Master Programme.
Structure and process of the study programme
The psychology programme is divided into a three-year Bachelor's programme and a two-year Master's programme that builds on it. With its two focal points in clinical psychology and in work, organisational and economic psychology, the programme offers preparation for two professional fields that are in high demand on the job market.
Completion of the Psychology Bachelor programme at Karl Landsteiner University enables direct entry into the Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy Master programme in Germany.
Aim of the psychology study programme
The psychology programme at KL educates a new generation of psychologists: On the basis of a modern curriculum with a high practical component, students learn in small groups the central competences necessary for the profession. The programme teaches natural science as well as human and social science approaches and integrates theory and practice from the very beginning.
Details on the application, admission procedure, scholarships and financing options can be found on the respective sub-pages.