Arbeids- og organisasjonspsykologi
Kultur- og samfunnspsykologi
INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS: Only the Cognitive Neuroscience programme is taught in English and welcomes international applicants as well as Norwegian/Nordic applicants. The other four disciplines require proficiency in Norwegian (Bergenstest or equivalent).
Please note that the Master of Philosophy in Psychology is a theoretically oriented education of two years which does not give you an authorization to practice as a clinical psychologist in Norway. To become a clinical psychologist you have to apply for the profession oriented degree programme (6 years education) which is taught only in Norwegian (Bergenstest is needed).
Deadline applies if you do not have the same nationality as the university.)
European Economic Area tuition fee is applicable to the students from EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.)
Admission to master's degree studies requires:
Prerequisite knowledge of neuroscience and cognitive psychology:This programme requires that you have studied minimum 10 credit points (ECTS) of cognitive psychology or neuroscience in your bachelor's degree.
Applicants to the master's degree programme in psychology must have a minimum of 80 credit points (ECTS) in psychology in their bachelor degree, consisting of:
No work experience is required.
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The University of Oslo is the oldest and largest university in Norway, situated in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. The university was founded in 1811 as The Royal Frederick University and was modelled after the recently established University of Berlin. It was originally named after King Frederick of Denmark and Norway and received its current name in 1939.