Admission Requirements

In order to access to the Master in Clinical Psychology for individuals, families and organizations a bachelor degree and 88 credits in psychology area (M-PSI) are necessary.

These requirements are in agreement with the Europsy project and the conference of the Presidents of the Master Courses in Psychology, aiming to provide a solid training, to clearly identify the borders of the future professional figure of the psychologist and to provide working opportunities for the future psychologists.
English language knowledge is also a requirement: B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is mandatory.

Students who are planning to get their bachelor during the session of march-april can still apply, but they need to have the requirements within the session of march-april. The exams that were passed before the activation of the law called D.M. 509/99 are considered as following: 10 credits for the annual courses and 5 credits for the semester courses. The credits of the exams passed more than 8 years before the application will count 50% in credits. Moreover, an interview with Professors of the Psychology area will be done in order to verify the preparation and the motivation of the student. However, the preparation will be automatically verified in the following situations:

  • students who received the bachelor from the University of Bergamo, classes 34 (D.M. 509/99) and L-24 (D.M. 270/2004), when their final grade will be equal or higher than 94/110;
     
  • students who received the bachelor from the Italian Universities, classes 34 (D.M.509/99) and L-24 (D.M. 270/2004) or from the course in Psychology before the law D.M. 509/99, when their final grade will be equal or higher than 99/110;
     
  • students who applied before getting their bachelor that will be obtained before or during the session of march-april , classes 34 (D.M. 509/99) and L-24 (D.M. 270/2004) or from the course in Psychology before the law D.M. 509/99, with an average in their exams, weighted with their credits, respectively, equal or higher than 26/30.