About this program
Clinical, Social and Intercultural Psychology
The Master’s degree offers knowledge and practical skills in different sectors of Psychology, in order to diversify the psychologist’s toolbox across interventions regarding mental health, individuals at work and societies. Contemporary societies are increasingly complex and multifaceted, requiring psychologists to deal with interculturality and multiple ethnicities in their work with both individuals and the community.
Bachelor diploma (or equivalent)
- A minimum three-year undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Psychology or related subjects
English: B2 level (CEFR) or equivalent certificate
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.
Does this course require proof of English proficiency?
The TOEFL® test is accepted by 10,000+ universities and higher education institutes in over 150 countries. Book your test today!Learn more
- Intercultural psychology
- Intergroup relations
- Cross-cultural Issues in Personnel Psychology
- Clinical Psychology and cultural differences
- Process and outcome in psychological interventions
- Assessment and diagnosis in Clinical neuropsychology
- Psychology of Inclusion and Social Sustainability
- Psychology of Adult Development across cultures
- Career counseling and vocational guidance in multi-cultural contexts
- Brain disorders and behavior across cultures
- Animal and Human behaviour: a comparative perspective
- Cross-cultural Research Methods
- Measurement and data analysis in cross-cultural research
- Sociology, Places and Cultures of Sustainability
- Intercultural education
- Philosophy of Interculturality
- Human rights in intercultural dialogue
- Bioethics and Deontology in Psychology
- Psychology for cooperation and sustainable development
- Community mediation
- Intercultural analysis of crisis and discomfort in developmental processes
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.
Total Fees: €2,623 per year
Awards: Master of Science in Clinical, Social and Intercultural Psychology
Credit: 120 ECTS
Graduates work as psychologists in areas with multicultural users: Hospitals, Education, Multidisciplinary teams operating in the field of social welfare, non-profit social cooperatives or non-governmental organisations, Private and public work organisations with multi-ethnic clients and personnel.
Message the school
About this institute
The University of Padua
The University of Padua is a world-leading research-intensive university that has been driving global change since its foundation in 1222. Loyal to its motto Universa Universis Patavina Libertas (Paduan freedom is universal for everyone), it has always been a bastion of...
Why study at University of Padua
- The University of Padua is a TOP 200 university in the World, that has been driving global change since its foundation in 1222.
- During eight centuries, students, researchers and alumni have provided key contributions to the advancement of knowledge, science and society.
- Padua offers a broad and comprehensive portfolio of programmes (over 180, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level; 29 programmes are held completely in English).
- Interconnections among the different disciplines generate a vibrant and stimulating learning environment, where international students (over 3,000), staff and alumni support the development of the University's mission at global level.
Want to know more about Clinical, Social and Intercultural Psychology? Fill out the following form and we'll pass your details on to a representative from the school, who will respond to your enquiry.
Be the first to write a review!
You may also like...