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Psychology

Programme description

  • Qualification: Bachelor's degree in Psychology
  • Credits/Duration: 60 ECTS yearly x 4 years= 240 ECTS
  • Number of places: 180
  • Teaching method: Full time, taught sessions
  • Language of instruction: Spanish, Basque and English
  • Internships: Compulsory: 12 ECTS (during the 4th year)
  • International programme: Electives: 30 or 60 ECTS (one semester or two in the 3rd year)
  • Undergraduate Final Year Project: 12 ETCS
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education

Honors Program

Recognition for your effort

The Honours Programme, which recognises students with the most outstanding academic performance, is new at Deusto but has a long-standing tradition in English and US universities.

It aims to recognise students with the best academic records. You can achieve this distinction by taking electives, some of which are in English; taking part in volunteer activities, Spanish and international exchange programmes and by demonstrating your capacity for advanced study by doing research projects.
 

 

Programme description

  • Qualification: Bachelor's degree in Psychology
  • Credits/Duration: 60 ECTS yearly x 4 years= 240 ECTS
  • Number of places: 180
  • Teaching method: Full time, taught sessions
  • Language of instruction: Spanish, Basque and English
  • Internships: Compulsory: 12 ECTS (during the 4th year)
  • International programme: Electives: 30 or 60 ECTS (one semester or two in the 3rd year)
  • Undergraduate Final Year Project: 12 ETCS
  • Faculty: Faculty of Psychology and Education

Honors Program

Recognition for your effort

The Honours Programme, which recognises students with the most outstanding academic performance, is new at Deusto but has a long-standing tradition in English and US universities.

It aims to recognise students with the best academic records. You can achieve this distinction by taking electives, some of which are in English; taking part in volunteer activities, Spanish and international exchange programmes and by demonstrating your capacity for advanced study by doing research projects.