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MSc Consciousness, Spirituality and Transpersonal Psychology

Online Alef Trust    Masters Programme

Part time September MSc 3 years

About the course

About the Course

Online. Never Distant.

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Entry Requirements

The minimum requirement is normally an undergraduate degree at class 2.2 honours in the case of UK awards or an equivalent level if a non-UK degree. Examples of equivalents include USA Grade Point Average of at least 3.0 or a Graduate Record Examination score of at least 550. Degrees in subjects other than Psychology may be accepted for the 3-year pathway provided the candidate can show a suitable level and relevance of background knowledge and competence.


MSc tuition fees for students starting in 2021-22 total £11,400, i.e., £3,800 per year payable in half-yearly instalments.
The tuition fee covers all aspects of teaching and supervision.

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Student Profile(s)

Robin Jordan (United Kingdom)

“I find the course a hugely positive experience: the academics; the community; the resources. It’s been eye-opening. I work full time as well. There is flexibility around the time that I do things. Everyone is hugely supportive, and very respectful and responsive to any questions I sent in emails.”

Sue Bradley (United Kingdom)

“My fellow students are based all around the world and the different backgrounds, perspectives and interests make for a stimulating and enriching mix. There is a growing community that you can share thoughts and ideas with. The staff are knowledgeable and so generous with their time, and their sharing of their knowledge and experience is very, very helpful. They are leaders in the field who have been very involved in their subjects for many years. I would not have access to them in an institution-based programme, except through their writings. On this course, you meet them ‘face to face’ and that is exciting!”

Nona Mileva (United States)

“I find the curriculum of the programme is recharging me. I come home from a long day at work, and then there are parenting responsibilities, home responsibilities and I feel exhausted. But when I immerse myself in the materials of this course, it feels very invigorating to me. I enjoy communicating with like-minded people, and I think that is huge bonus that we belong to such a great community. This is a wonderful programme with solid accreditation, created by brilliant scholars. The staff put their hearts into it, and nothing is as important as this.”

Dagmar Suissa (Czech Republic)

“This was a truly transformational journey. The course has given me a lot of knowledge, particularly in the domain of individual and collective transformation. However, my most cherished gain is my own transformed self. I have a more expanded understanding of myself, I feel more authentic, more compassionate and more connected to others. I now apply what I have learned through the courses I teach at university as well as through transformational work in organisations. Yet it is not just the knowledge that I apply, I also apply “myself”. My own transformative experience serves as a catalyst and has transformative impact on others.”

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