Fachbereich Psychologie at the IPU Berlin (priv.)
- Stromstr. 1
- 10555 Berlin
- Phone: +49 30 3001175-00
Degree courses with details
- Psychology (B.Sc.)
- Clinical Psychology (M.A., full-time)
- Psychology (MA), focus on Clinical Psychology, part-time
- Psychology, Clinical Focus (M.A.)
- Psychology with a focus on Clinical Psychology and Psychological Therapy (M.A.)
- Psychology focusing on Organisation – Transformation Processes in Work, Society and Environment (M.A.)
Further information provided by the department
Special features regarding teachingFocus on humanities as well as on empirical social sciences and natural sciences; Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary course content; Practical examples from the university outpatient clinic; Clinical Psychology: Professors with expertise in all psychotherapeutic guideline procedures; Personal supervision of students by professors; Many optional and extracurricular courses; Involvement of students in research and model projects; Work placement preparation and supervision; Interactive lectures; Link between research and practice.
Special features regarding the international orientationErasmus+: Exchange of students and academics + administrative personnel with 15 institutions of higher education in Europe; Promos: Study trips + practicals (12 countries) outside of the EU with mutual guarantee of recognition of academic performance before the exchange; Stibet partial scholarships: Support for international students; Multinational "Social Trauma" teaching/research network with seminars in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Bulgaria; Humboldt Foundation: Institute partnership with Krakow + Warsaw; International cooperation agreements funded by foundations (e.g. Israel); Since 17/18 winter semester: English-language master's degree in Psychology
Special features regarding the equipmentSeminar rooms and lecture theatres with modern presentation and event technology; Extensive digital library resources with remote access; WiFi access in most universities worldwide (eduroam); Free use software relevant to the degree course (e.g. SPSS, EndNote, MS Office); E-learning portal; Online survey tools for use in student projects; Freely available printers, photocopiers and scanners; PC workstations for students; EEG laboratory with 64-channel recording system for research and teaching in Neurocognitive Psychology.
Special features regarding research activitiesInvestigation of the effects of unconscious processes in individuals, groups, organisations + societies, in each case with reference to the 3 psychoanalytically oriented research areas of psychotherapy research, transformation research and concept research; Reflection on different views of science and methods derived from these (qualitative, quantitative, hermeneutic, empirical)
Other special featuresLibrary with long opening hours and spaces, student representative organisations that hold regular discussions with the university administration, other possibilities for student involvement/co-determination to structure the degree course and teaching, networking with psychotherapy training institutes, civil involvement as part of extracurricular seminars and projects (e.g. refugee aid, sponsorships for children), research day, e.g. to identify subjects for final theses, university day on the quality of the degree course, student mentoring programme, school partnerships.
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Last update 2022: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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