The Master’s degree offers knowledge and practical skills in different sectors of Psychology, in order to diversify the psychologist’s toolbox across interventions regarding mental health, individuals at work, and societies. Contemporary societies are increasingly complex and multifaceted, requiring psychologists to deal with interculturality and multiple ethnicities in their work with both individuals and the community.
Cross-cultural Issues in Personnel Psychology
Clinical Psychology and cultural differences
Process and outcome in psychological interventions
Assessment and diagnosis in Clinical neuropsychology
Psychology of Inclusion and Social Sustainability
Psychology of Adult Development across cultures
Career counseling and vocational guidance in multi-cultural contexts
Brain disorders and behavior across cultures
Animal and Human behavior: a comparative perspective
Cross-cultural Research Methods
Measurement and data analysis in cross-cultural research
Philosophy of Interculturality
Sociology, Places, and Cultures of Sustainability
Human rights in intercultural dialogue
Bioethics and Deontology in Psychology
Psychology for cooperation and sustainable development (++)
Community mediation (++)
An intercultural analysis of crisis and discomfort in developmental processes (++)
Graduates work as psychologists in areas with multicultural users: Hospitals, Education, Multidisciplinary teams operating in the field of social welfare, non-profit social cooperativesor non-governmental organizations, private and public work organizations with multi-ethnic clients and personnel.
Bachelor diploma (or equivalent)
A minimum three-year undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Psychology or related subjects
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Italian.
You can often 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.
You must take the original entry qualification documents with you when you finally go to university.
If you are admitted to the degree course, you will have to submit other documents including original and translated/legalized copies of your previous qualifications, etc. No legalized documents are required at the application stage.
English; B2 Level (CEFR) or equivalent
Specific requirements for Non-EU applicants:
Places for non-European candidates residing abroad: 20 (2 for Marco Polo Project)