The Presov Bachelor’s in Psychology program, offered at the Ludes Campus, provides a solid education in the field of psychology. Through an interdisciplinary approach, students gain a thorough understanding of psychological theories, research methodologies and practical skills needed to work in a variety of settings.
The faculty of the Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology features professors from distinguished universities and leading professionals and experts in the field of psychology; their extensive experience and expertise enables students to gain a solid theoretical foundation and develop the practical skills needed to meet the challenges of the field.
Teachers guide students on their learning journey, helping them cultivate the ability to understand and respect the experiences and viewpoints of others, as well as actively promoting critical thinking, analysis and reasoning. Students are encouraged to critically evaluate theories and evidence in the field of psychology, developing an analytical, evidence-based approach to understanding and addressing psychological issues.
The welcoming and inclusive campus environment fosters open-mindedness and promotes empathy, encouraging communication skills and interaction with diverse cultural perspectives.
Empathy becomes a fundamental and transformative pillar in students’ education, facilitating the development of authentic relationships and enabling them to embrace an even broader, enlightening and enriching perspective on complex human dynamics.
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To be admitted to the Bachelor’s in Physiotherapy program, the candidate must hold one of the following diplomas:
- Level 5 MQF Diploma: “Diploma di Esame di Stato/Maturità” (Italian system)
- Diploma or Certificate of the first cycle
- Higher education certificate or equivalent international qualification (e.g., “CESS” – Belgian system)
- Baccalauréat (French system)
- Federal Diploma (Swiss system)
Furthermore, the student has the possibility to present certificates proving extra-curricular activities which constitute a “bonus score” for the purposes of the ranking for admission to the course.