ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES
Academic Qualifications: An accredited bachelor’s degree in psychology and official transcript.
Application Form: Applicants must submit an application form for admission and start the application process to the programme. The application form requests general information about the applicant, their qualifications, relevant experience etc.
Curriculum Vitae: a complete CV specifying all academic and professional activities.
Letters of Recommendation: Applicants must obtain three (3) recommendation letters from professors who are familiar with their academic work. The needed recommendation letter template can be requested from [email protected]
English Language Proficiency: TOEFL (paper-based test 600, computer-based test 250, internet-based test 100), IELTS 6.5, IGCSE B or NEPTON level ENGL-101. Students who graduated from an English-speaking University are exempt from this requirement.
Other Qualifications: Such as publications, relevant seminars attended, previous practical experience etc.
Personal Statement: Applicants are required to submit a personal statement explaining the reasons motivating them to pursue this degree and why they believe they are suitable for admission to the programme. In their statement of purpose, applicants are encouraged to convey who they are as a person, and not simply outline their academic qualifications.
Individual Interviews: Having reviewed each application and applicant’s suitability against the entry criteria, an Interview Committee will determine which applicant may proceed to the interview. Interviews will be conducted in person or on-line where required.
Final Evaluation: In view of the limited number of applicants to be admitted to the programme, the Interview Committee will decide on the basis of merit and by evaluating specific criteria who are the most suitable candidates to be admitted to the programme.
Application Fee: An application fee of €55 (non-refundable) will need to be paid upon submission of the application. Alumni of the University of Nicosia are exempted from this.
Once admitted, students whose native language is not Greek will be required to demonstrate proficiency in the Greek language at the B1 level (as per the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) before advancing to the Clinical Practicum Seminar (in the Spring semester of their second year).