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Career Perspectives

The competence profile in Clinical Psychology is characterised by competences in interdisciplinary work through a specialisation in psychosomatics, psychopharmacology and diagnostics (clinical-diagnostic exercise) and intervention teaching, as well as specific knowledge in child and adolescent psychology and health psychology in its application (e.g. public health and primary/secondary as well as tertiary prevention). In work, organisational and business psychology, students acquire knowledge in learning and health-promoting work structuring, in personnel management and organisational development, in decision-making and financial psychology and in market and consumer research. In addition, students acquire intercultural and diversity skills within the framework of social psychology.

With a Bachelor's degree in "Psychology" and a Master's degree in "Psychology", graduates are entitled to use the professional title "psychologist" in accordance with §4 Psychologengesetz 2013 (BGBl. I No. 182/2013 as amended). In addition, the degree offers the opportunity for an in-depth postgraduate education (e.g. doctoral studies, psychotherapy training according to §10 Para. 2 No. 8 Psychotherapy Act [BGBl. Nr. 361/1990 as amended], training as clinical and health psychologist according to §7 Psychologengesetz 2013, training as industrial and organisational psychologist, training as supervisor).


  1. 24 May

    4. European Calcium Channel Conference

    24. May 2022, 09:00 - 28. May 2022, 17:00
    Congress Centrum Alpbach, A-6236 Alpbach
  2. 25 May

    Inaugural lecture of Dagmar Stoiber-Sakaguchi Professor of Pharmacology

    25. May 2022, 18:00 - 20:00
    Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences, Auditorium
  3. 12 May

    Hearing "Work, Organizational, and Economic Psychology"

    12. May 2022, 08:30 - 12:00
    Karl Landsteiner Privatuniversität / Online via MS Team