The Bachelor's Degree in Psychology aims to train professionals with the necessary scientific knowledge to understand, interpret, analyze, and explain human behavior. Students will develop the skills required to evaluate and intervene social and individually, throughout the life cycle, with the intention of improving health and quality of life.
January 9th to Thursday, April 28th, 2017.
Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 10:00 in Cantoblanco.
Course fees: €1,229.04 plus nine monthly installments of €518.28 each.
Normally timetable is from Mondays to Fridays between 09:00 and 19:00.
Information and Student Reception Office
C/ Alberto Aguilera, 21 - 28015 Madrid
Tel.: +34 91 540 61 32
Fax: +34 91 559 65 69
The recommended student profile is someone interested in acquiring knowledge about human beings, their individual and social behavior, as well as the processes and variables that contribute to explaining this behavior. We are looking for motivated students who are professionally oriented to improve the well-being and health of other people, and who have the ability to establish personal relationships to help and support. We recommend a good academic profile, along with the versatility to handle adequately the language in the fields of humanities, and as well as those from the field of health sciences, especially biology and statistics. A variety of profiles might stand out in your career aims, according to your interest in the different areas of psychology.
The Bachelor's Degree has a generalist focus. Graduates are expected to have the theoretical, practical, and personal skills to allow further professional specialization in any of the areas of clinical, educational, social, or business psychology.
To begin your studies is a prerequisite condition prove you accomplish with the legal requirements of access to the University.
The admissions tests will take place between April 17th and May 5th, 2017 at the Cantoblanco campus (Madrid).
The tests involve a personalized evaluation of the candidate's appropriateness and an indicative appraisal of his/her level of English. These tests include an interview with a lecturer, who will explore the candidate's motivations for choosing this major,while review and discuss the aplicant's academic record. Besides the acadenic aspects, the process will also take into account all personal traits indicate how the candidate will adapt to the future study of Psychology.
The information gathered by each interviewer will be officially recorded, and then presented and evaluated altogether by the admissions committee that guides the Dean's final decision regarding applications.
Admissions criteria: the average grade of the academic record is worth 60%, the candidate's personal interview is worth 30%, and the essay about why studying Psychology, 10 %.
Our school holds a long-standing tradition in Clinical Psychology. We have a large number of lecturers with significant professional experience in intervention in the different areas of clinical psychology and health. Furthermore, we have a clinical unit (UNINPSI, Psychosocial Intervention Unit), where Junior, Senior, and Graduate students, will have access to their first professional training with patients.
One of our university's main traditions is the professional training of psychologists specialized in the school and educational field. Students can carry out internships in a large number of public and (state-subsidized) educational centers in the Community of Madrid.
Our programs also cover the field of business and organizations, taking advantage of the synergy with the university's economics and business administration programs. We have a large number of agreements with companies to carry out internships as well as a graduate degree specializing in human resources management.
Psychologists from Comillas find work in many areas as a result of the training they received on their course: social intervention, forensic psychology, sports psychology, crisis and catastrophe intervention, etc.
The Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Comillas Pontifical University is part of the Health Sciences branch of knowledge.
The Bachelor's degree consists of 240 ECTS spread over four years.
The training features compulsory and optional modules, including ones that are basic or specific to the Bachelor's Degree, and also includes a final project.
60 ECTS of Compulsory basic training: Health sciences (42 ECTS), and other branches (18 ECTS);
111 ECTS of Compulsory specific training, and
24 ECTS of Specific training in optional modules.
An external internship of 24 ECTS and other internships (15 ECTS) are also envisaged.
And, the Final Bachelor's Project (6 ECTS).
The 24 ECTS that the student must complete in optional modules during the degree are organized in an initial block based on the student's personal and human development and a later block planned to give students knowledge of professional fields of the psychologist in order to guide their future postgraduate training. The credits that legislation recognizes for university participation activities will also be counted as optional.
At the same time as studying for the Degree in Psychology you will also study the 'Diploma in Communicative Skills and the Foreign Languages Studies' that comprises between 30 and 36 ECTS and will accredit, as one of the university's private qualifications, your level of competence and command of the English language.
El Grado en Psicología tiene una gran oferta en salidas profesionales ,las puedes ver en la OPE
Cualquier duda que tengas con el Grado en Psicología la puedes consultar en la SGAT
Doble Grado en Psicología es internacional, consulta SRI
En la Universidad Pontificia Comillas podrás estudiar en Madrid, además del Grado en Psicología, carrera necesaria para, una vez inscrito en el Colegio oficial de Psicólogía, poder ejercer de psicólogo. También te ofrecemos la posibilidad de estudiar con nosotros el Grado en Psicología y Criminología en la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales de nuestra Universidad.