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  • Study Type

    Full time available

  • Subject Areas


  • Start Date


  • Course Duration

    4 semesters

  • Course Type

    MA, Masters Module

  • Course Fees

    200 € / semester

  • Last Updated

    13 December 2016

Course content

About the course

The two-year full-time study programme (120 ECTS) aims at deepening the students’ theoretical, methodological and practical knowledge acquired at the Bachelor level and stimulating their critical thinking on current psychological topics. The programme includes both advanced theoretical, methodological, and applied aspects of psychological intervention research as well as practical on-the-job training.

The programme provides students with substantial laboratory experiences within the faculty-owned facilities.


As a student, you will acquire:

• the competencies for scientific research in psychological intervention
• scientific knowledge in methodological and technological theory
• professional skills in assessment, diagnosis, intervention and research
• an understanding of the different approaches of psychological interventions as well as their historical origins and development
• the necessary knowledge and skill to critically compare and contrast different interventional approaches.
• professional skills in assessment, diagnosis, intervention and research

The flexible course structure gives students the opportunity to choose between different modules leading to a more clinically oriented or a more educationally oriented profile.

Course modules

• Clinical Psychology
• Health Psychology
• Applied Social Psychology
• Educational-Development Psychology
• Research methods
• Psychological Assessment
• Intervention Methods


Students will be thoroughly prepared for a career in psychological intervention and research. Career opportunities are multifarious, especially in the field of clinical psychology, educational psychology, and other fields of intervention as well as in research.
Moreover, the best students can apply for a PhD-programme and enrol in a Doctoral School in the Faculty or they may enrol in the Master in Psychotherapy.

Visit the Master in Psychology: Psychological Intervention page on the University of Luxembourg website for more details!





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