- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree in the fields of psychology, cognitive science, or in a related field with the emphasis of study on psychology and/or cognitive sciences.
Required ECTS credits: 180.
At least 90 credit points must have been obtained in the area of psychology and/or cognitive sciences. Alternatively, students with a bachelor's degree from other relevant fields (natural sciences, mathematics, informatics, audiology, or medicine) may apply. All applicants must prove:
- 5 credit points (150 hours) in statistics.
- 5 credit points (150 hours) in experimental psychological or neuroscientific work (e.g. research internship, bachelor's thesis).
- 6 credit points (180 hours) in general/cognitive psychology.
- 5 credit points (150 hours) in biological psychology/neurosciences.
Students may have to catch up on missing competencies in additional modules (maximally up to 6 credits). The completion of the experimental work needs to be proven upon application.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Specification: Listening and Reading.
Application & Admission
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(starting in October)
Application Procedure & Selection
The following documents must be enclosed with the application in German or English. (Documents in other languages will need to be accompanied by certified translations):
- Bachelor's degree and transcript of records (certified for applications via the university).
- Proof of the number of semesters studied thus far (for applications via the university).
- Completed specific eligibility form (for download on the course website, the application portal of the university, and uni-assist once the application process will start).
- Proof of mastery of English (see language requirements).
- If applicable:
- Certificates concerning relevant internships or work experience.
- The subject of the bachelor's thesis.
- Details of publications, awards, distinctions.
- Certificates pertaining to a stay abroad.
- Certificates showing social commitment and civic spirit.
The university does not ask for letters of recommendation or letters of motivation.
Important information for international applicants:
For your application at the University of Oldenburg, you do only need to upload a digital version of your documents (and the translation if necessary) at the portal of uni-assist. You do not need to send any certified copies for your application, as you need to present the original documents for your registration at the registrar's office once you arrive in Oldenburg.
Exceptions from these regulations affect applicants from Iran.
For more information please check theCourse Website