Cdl magistrale in Cognitive psychology in health communication
Announcement and Procedure for Admission
All international students are informed that the admission procedures (a.y 2023/2024) are already open on the USI website
Applications must be submitted
- within April 30, 2023 for candidates who are non-EU Citizens not resident in countries belonging to the European Union or Switzerland by following the specific procedure and indications published on the USI website: https://www.usi.ch/en/education/master/cognitive-psychology-health-communication/application
- within June 30, 2023 for Candidates with Italian and/or Swiss Citizenship, European Citizenship or one of the following countries: Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland and the Republic of San Marino by following the specific procedure and indications published on the USI website https://www.usi.ch/en/education/master/cognitive-psychology-health-communication/application.
Ask specific questions about the programme or get a feedback on your profile by filling the form on USI website
For further information about Contents, Career Prospect and Open days click on the link Science Cognitive Psychology in Health Communication
The regulation for Admittance to the a.y. 2023/2024 in English, translates the Competition Call only for information purposes.
It does not have legal value since the Italian version of the Competition Call, the Rectoral Decree n° 7853 is the official document regulating the competition.
In accordance with the Italian DM 654/2022, students must acquire 10 credits in training activities for the achievment of the Master's Degree.
Students who have not carried out the training activities corresponding to 10 credits can request the recognition of activities carried out and certified during the Bachelor Degree programme, in relation to:
- activities, carried out individually or in small groups, aimed at learning and acquiring methods, tools and procedures related to the psychological field;
- practical experiences, laboratories, simulations, role playing, drafting of projects, carried out individually or in small groups, concerning tools, methods and procedures aimed at developing the knowledge necessary to operate in the contexts in which psychologists intervene.
In the absence, in whole or in part, of the requisite of training activities corresponding to 10 credits, students will carry out the internship in addition to the 120 credits of the Master's Degree, before the final exam and in accordance with the procedures set out in the Course's regulations.