Best Universities for Clinical Psychology in Europe

Updated: July 18, 2023

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Below is a list of best universities in Europe ranked based on their research performance in Clinical Psychology. A graph of 555M citations received by 24.7M academic papers made by 696 universities in Europe was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

1. King's College London

For Clinical Psychology

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2. University College London

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3. University of Oxford

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4. Karolinska Institute

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5. University of Amsterdam

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6. University of Cambridge

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7. University of Manchester

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8. Maastricht University

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9. Utrecht University

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10. University of Groningen

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11. University of Oslo

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12. Radboud University

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13. Catholic University of Leuven

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14. Leiden University

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15. Free University Amsterdam

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16. University of Leeds

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17. University of Birmingham

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18. University of Edinburgh

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19. University of Gothenburg

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20. University of Zurich

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21. Sapienza University of Rome

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22. University of Southampton

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23. Cardiff University

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24. Uppsala University

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25. University of Bergen

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26. University of Sheffield

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27. Erasmus University Rotterdam

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28. University of Barcelona

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29. University of Nottingham

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30. Charite - Medical University of Berlin

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31. University of Copenhagen

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32. University of Bristol

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33. University of Helsinki

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34. University of London

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35. Lund University

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36. University of Munich

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37. St George's, University of London

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38. Ghent University

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39. University of Liverpool

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40. University of Bologna

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41. Imperial College London

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42. Heidelberg University - Germany

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43. University of Padua

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44. Tilburg University

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45. Autonomous University of Barcelona

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46. University of Pisa

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47. University of Milan

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48. University of Glasgow

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49. University of Marburg

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50. University of Valencia

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51. Aarhus University

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52. Free University of Berlin

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53. Umea University

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54. Newcastle University

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55. Stockholm University

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56. Dresden University of Technology

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57. Linkoping University

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58. University of Wales

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59. Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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60. Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin

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61. National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

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62. University of Leipzig

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63. University of Bern

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64. University of Turin

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65. University of Freiburg

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66. University of Exeter

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67. University of Basel

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68. University of Granada

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69. University of Leicester

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70. University of Geneva

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71. University of Florence

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72. University of Gottingen

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73. Bangor University

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74. University of Sussex

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75. University of Tubingen

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76. University of Bath

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77. Ruhr University Bochum

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78. University of Turku

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79. University of Aberdeen

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80. University of Warwick

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81. University of Wurzburg

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82. University of Cologne

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83. University of Vienna

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84. Medical University of Vienna

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85. University of Twente

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86. Complutense University of Madrid

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87. Royal Holloway, University of London

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88. Swansea University

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89. University of Munster

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90. University of York

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91. University of Ulm

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92. Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main

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93. Loughborough University

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94. University of Reading

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95. Humboldt University of Berlin

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96. Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

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97. Vita-Salute San Raffaele University

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98. University of Coimbra

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99. University of Bonn

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100. University of Liege

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Postgraduate Courses in Clinical Psychology in Europe - 223 Courses

University of aberdeen school of psychology.

University of Aberdeen

  • Health Psychology MSc
  • Psychological Studies MSc

Bangor University School of Human and Behavioural Sciences

Bangor University

  • Clinical Psychology DClinPsy
  • Clinical and Health Psychology MSc

University of Bath Psychology

University of Bath

  • Applied Clinical Psychology MSc

University of Birmingham School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

University of Birmingham

  • Clinical Neuropsychiatry MSc Postgraduate Certificate - PgCert Postgraduate Diploma - PgDip

University of Birmingham School of Psychology

  • Clinical Psychology ClinPsyD
  • Forensic Clinical Psychology ForenPsyD

Bournemouth University Department of Psychology

Bournemouth University

  • Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology MSc
  • Foundations of Clinical Psychology MSc

Bournemouth University Faculty of Science and Technology

  • MRes - Science & Technology Master of Research - MRes

University of Derby Psychology

University of Derby

Durham University Psychology

Durham University

  • Behavioural Science Master of Science - MSc (PG)

University of East London School of Psychology

University of East London

  • Business Psychology MSc
  • Clinical Psychology DClinPsych
  • Counselling Psychology Professional Doctorate
  • Counselling and Psychotherapy MA Postgraduate Diploma - PgDip
  • Integrative Counselling and Coaching MSc Postgraduate Diploma - PgDip
  • Psychology Doctor of Philosophy - PhD MSc

The University of Edinburgh School of Health in Social Science

The University of Edinburgh

  • Clinical and Health Psychology Doctor of Philosophy - PhD MSc (Res)

The University of Edinburgh School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences

  • Developmental Science MSc
  • Human Cognitive Neuropsychology MSc
  • Social Psychology MSc

University of Essex Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies

University of Essex

  • MA Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies MA

University of Glasgow School of Health & Wellbeing

University of Glasgow

Goldsmiths, University of London Psychology

Goldsmiths, University of London

  • Foundations in Clinical Psychology and Health Services MSc

University of Greenwich School of Health Sciences

University of Greenwich

  • Advanced Clinical Practice MSc

University of Greenwich School of Human Sciences

  • Child and Adolescent Psychology MSc

University of Kent School of Psychology

University of Kent

  • Clinical Psychology - MSc MSc

Kingston University Psychology, Criminology and Sociology

Kingston University

  • Child Psychology MSc
  • Clinical Applications of Psychology MSc

Lancaster University Health Research

Lancaster University

University of Leicester School of Psychology

University of Leicester

  • Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour Doctor of Philosophy - PhD Master of Philosophy - MPhil

University of Lincoln School of Psychology

University of Lincoln

  • Counselling MSc Postgraduate Diploma - PgDip

Liverpool Hope University Department of Psychology

Liverpool Hope University

  • Psychology MSc

Manchester Metropolitan University Psychology

Manchester Metropolitan University

  • Clinical Skills in Integrative Psychotherapy MSc
  • Psychological Wellbeing in Clinical Practice MSc

Newcastle University School of Psychology

Newcastle University

  • Foundations in Clinical Psychology MSc

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All research groups at the Psychology Research Institute welcome PhD students. On this page you'll find a brief description of the PhD research per research group, current vacancies and general information about obtaining a PhD at the University of Amsterdam.

Psychology Research Institute PhD programmes

The Psychology Research Institute comprises six research groups. All groups are open to PhD students. Below you'll find a brief introduction to each of the PhD tracks and contact information. Click here for further information about the benefits of obtaining a PhD at the University of Amsterdam .

The Brain and Cognition programme aims to gain understanding of cognitive phenomena based on neurobiological principles, and has a focus on using cognitive research to understand clinical phenomena and to develop assessment tools or interventions for specific patient groups. The focus is thus on both typical and atypical brain functioning and cognition. The group has a relatively large number of PhD students and therefore there is ample possibility for interaction with other PhD students, both for research purposes (e.g. asking questions about methods or complicated analysis) as well as for social purposes. Interaction with other members of the program group, i.e. post docs and staff members, is actively encouraged through weekly program group meetings in which plenary talks are given by members of the group from all levels.

There is a strong research-oriented atmosphere and new experimental projects are generally discussed in smaller group settings to foster discussion and collaboration. PhD students are supervised by at least two staff members (promotor and co-promotor) and often part of the Amsterdam Graduate Network, a network organization with PhD students from both the UvA and the VU (in case the PhD project is mostly on the nature of human cognition and its neural basis) by a graduate school of choice (in case the PhD project is in the domain of clinical neuropsychology).

Should you have any questions about pursuing a PhD in the Brain and Cognition group, please click on the link below.

PhD students in Clinical Psychology are always supervised by at least two staff members (promotor and co-promotor) and participate in the teaching programme of the School of Experimental Psychopathology (EPP).

Individual studies of PhD students are generally discussed in small group settings. In these meetings, not only their own studies are discussed, but also major articles in the field. Further, PhD students are encouraged to present their work on international conferences.

Should you have any questions about pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology, please click on the link below.

The research group consists tenured staff and about 50% PhD students and postdocs. PhD students are supervised by at least two staff members and become a member of a lab group in which research is discussed in a constructive atmosphere. The interaction between PhD students and other staff is encouraged actively which results in considerable cross-fertilization between several themes of the program.

PhD students and their supervisors prepare a training program at the start of the PhD project, which includes taking courses, for example those offered by research schools like EPP or IOPS. Although PhD students are recruited on the basis of a research proposal, students are encouraged actively to make an independent contribution, especially during the final stages of the project. The progress made by PhD students and postdocs is continuously monitored by their supervisors, and on a yearly basis by the research institute.

Should you have any questions about pursuing a PhD in Developmental Psychology, please click on the link below.

Many topics are initiated by PhD students, who fulfill an important role in our research culture. Fortunately, in the last years the number of PhD students increased due to NWO funding. Generally, PhD students are supervised by at least two staff members.

Each month plenary talks are held. The objective of the internal collaboration is to increase the quality and productivity of the group and to improve the unity of the research. Finally, PhD students participate in activities organised by the  Interuniversity Graduate School of Psychometrics and Sociometrics (IOPS) , the institute for the advanced dissertation training in psychometrics and sociometrics.

Should you have any questions about pursuing a PhD in Psychological Methods, please click on the link below.

The Social Psychology research group has a relatively large group of PhD students, which generates a research-oriented atmosphere. Individual experiments are generally discussed in small group settings; these discussions focus on design and measurement issues.

PhD’s are always supervised by at least two staff members and are encouraged to participate in the summer school of the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology (EAESP), and to present their work not only at international conferences but also in smaller scale, more informal, meetings such as those of ESCON (European Social Cognition Network) or CERE (Consortium of European Researchers on Emotions); and in incidental small group meetings sponsored by the EAESP (European Association of Experimental Social Psychology.

Should you have any questions about pursuing a PhD in Social Psychology, please click on the link below.

PhD students in Work and Organizational Psychology work in a cooperative, research-oriented environment and are specializing on various topics in W&O psychology. PhD-students in our group are always supervised by at least two staff members (promotor and co-promotor), with whom PhD-students together actively discuss research ideas and papers. PhD-students also participate in the Work and Organizational Psychology teaching programme in the Bachelor and Master.

Individual studies and papers of PhD students are often discussed in our monthly research meetings with a large section of the programma group. Further, PhD students are encouraged to present their work on international conferences. Finally, they become a member of the Dutch research school Kurt Lewin Institute (KLI), where they follow courses and meet PhD-students (and faculty) from all over the Netherlands.

Should you have any questions about pursuing a PhD in Work and Organizational Psychology, please click on the link below.

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Doctorate in Clinical Psychology DClinPsy

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Key information

The three-year, full-time Doctorate in Clinical Psychology is based within the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN). Trainees spend three days a week on supervised clinical practice placements and two days a week are dedicated to teaching, study and research.

Aims & Philosophy

To benefit service users, carers and wider society by training clinical psychologists who:

  • are skilled in evidence-based psychological assessment and intervention
  • produce applied research of the highest quality and impact
  • progress to become leaders within the NHS, clinical academia and beyond

The training programme values the reflective scientist-practitioner model as a basis for clinical psychology. There is a strong emphasis on integration of theory, research and practice in all aspects of the programme.

The biopsychosocial framework underpinning the Programme identifies biological, psychological and social factors that contribute to the development and maintenance of psychological difficulties and mental disorders across the lifespan. Our understanding of the framework is that it is linked to a continuum view of psychological difficulty. Thus, the programme seeks to understand these difficulties from an assumption of commonality of experience and human potential to support wellness and resilience.

The programme takes cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) as its primary therapeutic modality, reflecting the world-leading research expertise within the IoPPN and its evidence base. Family therapy/systemic practice is the second therapeutic modality.

The Programme is based predominantly within King's Health Partners (an Academic Health Sciences Centre) which comprise King's College London and three of the highest rated NHS Foundation Trusts in the country: South London and Maudsley, King's College Hospital, and Guy's and St Thomas'. A particular strength of the programme is the cohesive and comprehensive range of local and national specialist placement opportunities across tthese trusts and other placement services. In line with the goals of the NHS long term plan, placements offer trainees opportunities to work in local clinical pathways improving access to services for people from our diverse local communities.

The IoPPN DClinPsy Training Programme is committed to the principle of equality of opportunity for all trainees and staff. The Programme values and positively promotes equality, inclusion and diversity. At the IoPPN and local Trusts, there is much expertise relating to Culture, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) in clinical, research, and teaching activities.

Additional Information

The programme meets the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) education and training standards – the statutory regulator for practitioner psychologists in the UK, and has full accreditation from the British Psychological Society (BPS).

The course is also accredited by the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) – Level 1 (for all trainees) and Level 2 (for a subset of trainees), alongside the Association of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice (AFT) – Foundation Level (for all trainees).

On successful completion of the programme trainees are awarded the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. The award confers eligibility to apply for registration with the HCPC to practise as a clinical psychologist in the UK, and graduates are able to apply for full membership of the Division of Clinical Psychology from the BPS.

Trainees are full-time professionals in the NHS, registered students at King's College London and key stakeholders whilst training. Throughout the training programme, trainees are encouraged to synthesise and reflect on different aspects of their learning and work as part of their professional development and integration of their personal and professional aspects. Key contributors to this process are the use of clinical supervision, discussions in teaching workshops, meetings with personal tutors and appraisers, and reflections in their logbook and clinical assessments.

Trainees help to shape the Programme's development and evolution through representation and participation in the majority of the Programme committees. There are also a number of opportunities for trainees to begin working as partners and leaders whilst training via involvement in working parties and groups focused on priorities within clinical psychology training.

The Programme has a number of support systems in place to help ensure that trainees are well supported and to create a stimulating and rewarding environment for trainees to develop personally and professionally during their training.

  • Before joining the Programme, each new trainee is contacted by their ‘buddy’ (one of the current first year trainees) to facilitate their transition onto the Programme.
  • Trainees will be line managed by a Clinical Director on the Programme
  • Each trainee is allocated a personal support tutor and mentor – a qualified clinical psychologist available for confidential advice and support who is available to meet at least once per term throughout training. The personal support tutor, where possible, is matched to trainee career interests to allow for mentoring alongside pastoral support.
  • Each trainee is also allocated a clinical tutor who will visit them on placement throughout the three years to maximise continuity, support and development.
  • Each trainee is allocated an appraiser from within the Programme team to support progression across all aspects of the Programme.
  • Each trainee is allocated a research tutor from the Programme team to support them with any questions or concerns about any aspect of their research.
  • Reflective practice groups and themed reflective case discussions run throughout training, which provide an opportunity for trainees to reflect on training and the impact of clinical work.
  • Dedicated reflective spaces are offered to trainees from racially and ethnically minoritised (REM) backgrounds. These spaces aim to offer support in a safe environment.
  • Trainees’ identifying as White will be invited to attend a dedicated reflective space to consider the impact of their identity in training.
  • A support group is available for trainees with childcare responsibilities, which includes drop-in meetings with clinical tutors.
  • Orientation meetings are scheduled in the timetable to facilitate transition into the following year of study. At the end of the final year there is an exit meeting to allow trainees to reflect with the Programme Team about their experiences of the training programme.
  • Trainees with disability support needs can book a confidential appointment with a Disability Adviser at King’s College London Disability Support . This will help develop an Inclusion Plan which summaries aspects your disability and provides recommendations of support strategies to ensure we can best support you throughout your training experience.

As a course, we care about the psychological well-being of our trainees and aim to ensure we can best support trainees who may be experiencing difficulties or have additional support needs. We recognise that whilst training you are likely to experience periods of increased stress given the various pressures that need to be managed across different components of the course, as well as any additional stressors including physical and mental health concerns, or other personal factors that may impact on well-being. We have a number of sources of support available to our trainees as well as resources and signposting of services.

  • How to apply
  • Fees or Funding

UK Tuition Fees

Home applicants who meet the above entry requirements criteria are eligible for an NHS funded place and are not required to pay tuition fees.

International Tuition Fees 2023/24

Full time tuition fees: £31,260 per year

International Tuition Fees 2024/25

Full time tuition fees: £33,450 per year

These tuition fees may be subject to additional increases in subsequent years of study, in line with King’s terms and conditions.

If you receive an offer for this programme, you will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit to secure your place. Deposit payments are credited towards the total tuition fee payment.

The International deposit is £2000.

  • If you receive an offer before March, payment is due by 20 March.
  • If you receive an offer between 1 March and 20 May, payment is due within one month of receiving the offer.
  • If you receive an offer between 21 May and 15 July, payment is due within two weeks of receiving the offer.
  • If you receive an offer between 16 July and 15 August, payment is due within one week of receiving the offer.
  • If you receive an offer from 16 August onwards, payment is due within three days of receiving the offer.

If you are a current King’s student in receipt of the King's Living Bursary you are not required to pay a deposit to secure your place on the programme. Please note, this will not change the total fees payable for your chosen programme.

Please visit our web pages on fees and funding for more information.

  • Study environment

Base campus

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Denmark Hill Campus

Home to the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience

The Doctorate is intensive, running for three years full-time. The programme consists of academic, clinical and research components, and trainees are required to pass in all areas..

Academic teaching, research supervision and clinical supervision are mainly carried out by members of the Department of Psychology or other departments within the Institute of Psychiatry, or by clinical psychologists working within King's Health Partners, giving the programme an overall cohesion and sense of community. The Programme also receives specialist contributions to its academic teaching from invited outside speakers and experts.

For departmental and Institute research interests visit the IoPPN webpages.

In each year, trainees spend three days per week on supervised clinical placements (Tuesdays to Thursdays, 9:00 – 17:00) with Mondays and Fridays dedicated to teaching and research. Trainees undertake six 6-month placements. The four ‘core’ areas of the programme are Adult and Child Mental Health, (year 1) and Older Adults and Intellectual Disability (year 2). The third year comprises two specialist or supplementary placements.

Attendance at all course components is mandatory. Trainees are also expected to undertake their own independent learning.

The length of the Programme cannot be reduced through the accreditation of prior learning or experience. All trainees are required to complete the full Programme of training in order to qualify and while on the Programme, all trainees take annual holiday entitlement within set time periods to fit in with teaching and placement attendance requirements.

Academic Curriculum

The Curriculum comprises of teaching streams that are led by academic clinicians and NHS service-based specialist clinicians. This curriculum is revised through consultation processes with NHS specialists, trainees, service users and NHS commissioners. A foundational theme that sits across all the teaching streams is that of culture, diversity, equality, and inclusion. The specific teaching streams fall under the following headings:

  • CBT Fundamentals
  • Adult General
  • Adult Addictions
  • Adult Anxiety
  • Adult Forensic
  • Adult Psychosis
  • Clinical Health Psychology
  • Clinical Skills
  • Clinical Neuropsychology
  • Culture, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
  • Family Therapy
  • Intellectual Disability & Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Additional Therapy Approaches
  • Professional Issues
  • Reflective Practice & Reflective Case Discussions
  • Research, Assessment and Methodology
  • Supervision

The programme delivers teaching based on research, theoretical literature, practice-based experience and lived experience (expert by experience and carer input). Teaching is provided in lectures, workshops, seminars and tutorials. Methods of delivery include, discussions, polls, case examples, role-plays, video displays, and didactic teaching. This is designed according to the material to be covered and the stage of training. Trainees are encouraged to contribute to the process; significant aspects of learning and development will come from each other.

Clinical Practice Placements

Trainees undertake six 6-month placements. The four ‘core' areas of the Programme are Adult and Child mental health (year 1) and Older adults and Intellectual disability (year 2); the third year comprises two specialist or supplementary placements. The majority of placements are located within South London and are accessible via public transport links. Trainees prior experience and future career preferences are taken into consideration in placement allocation.

The third year comprises two specialist or supplementary placements. There is a wide, exciting range of specialist placement opportunities for trainees to choose from, at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM), King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (KCH), Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT) and in other organisations. SLaM provides the widest range of NHS mental health services in the UK.

Placements are offered in a variety of specialisms and settings, including primary care, secondary care, inpatient, secure settings and non-statutory organisations. We are fortunate to have many national services across the Trusts, meaning that trainees have access to a number of specialist placements. Placements may be based in the community or hospital settings.

By May of the final year, trainees are required to submit a doctoral level research thesis of between 25,000 to 55,000 words.

The thesis is comprised of:

  • Service-Related Project
  • Empirical Project
  • Systematic Review

The Service-Related Project is completed in the first year, supervised by a clinical placement supervisor. Trainees gain experience of conducting an NHS-related project that will inform service development. Recent projects have directly investigated issues of equality and diversity in service provision.

The Empirical Project and Systematic Literature Review are completed in the second and third year, supervised by a main and second supervisor. Staff in the Department of Psychology and wider Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience offer research expertise and supervision in a wide range of clinical topics. Most trainees are able to choose their research topic based on their interests and learning needs, and to co-create a research project with their supervisors. Trainee research is supported by the rich research environment at King’s, including close links with the department of Biostatistics & Health Informatics.

A developmental, competency-based approach is taken to assessment, combining formative and summative assessment methods. Please note that a number of the summative assessments undertaken by trainees in the third of training will be dependent on their pathway (either BABCP Level 2 or AFT Intermediate).

The failure of two placements, or of an examination resit, or resubmitted/resat case studies, case conferences or assessments of clinical competence, or the viva examination, will constitute a Programme failure. No lesser exit award is available under the Programme.

Summative Assessments (all trainees)

  • Qualifying examinations are held in June of the first year. The pass mark is 50% and trainees who fail are allowed to re-sit on one occasion in August.
  • Case Conferences : In the first year of training, trainees are asked to present a case that demonstrates their CBT knowledge and skills. In the second year of training, trainees are asked to present a case where they have worked with more than one person in the room, and to offer a systemic formulation and treatment plan to assess their knowledge and skills in systemic practice.
  • Case Studies : Early in the second year of training, trainees will need to submit a CBT case study that will demonstrate theory practice links and reflection on their learning and development as CBT therapists.
  • All six practice placements are graded Pass/Fail by placement supervisors.
  • The research thesis is assessed at a viva by two external examiners.
  • Research Progress Report rainees submit a report on their research progress every 6 months, which is formally reviewed by their supervisor and a panel of research tutors; a satisfactory outcome of the review is required for progression.

Head of group/division

Professor Katharine Rimes

Contact for information

Kayleigh Rawlings, Programme Coordinator

[email protected]

Important Information:

Before contacting the programme, please note we are unable to offer individual advice on how to create a successful application or advise on what route applicants should take. There are many different routes onto the Doctorate, therefore the pathway undertaken should be the applicant’s choice, based on their interests and career aims.

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We require applicants to hold, or be about to obtain, an Upper Second class Honours degree, or the equivalent qualification gained outside the UK, in a related subject area for entry to a PhD programme. A Lower Second class Honours degree may be considered if applicants also hold a Master's degree with a Merit classification.

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See full guidance on how to choose a project and submit an application on our websi te . You should then complete the online admissions application form to apply for this programme. Ensure you include all required supporting documents at the time of submission, or this may delay the processing of your application.

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You must submit your application for a postgraduate research programme before the relevant deadline to be considered. You will not be able to apply after these deadlines have passed.

  • January entry: 15 October (of the year prior entry)
  • April entry: 15 January (year of entry)
  • September entry: 15 June (year of entry)

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  • Learn from some of Europe's leading researchers while undertaking your own project.
  • Access some of the best research facilities in the world at both the University and in hospitals around Greater Manchester.
  • Undergo training in transferable skills critical to developing early-stage researchers and professionals through the Doctoral Academy's training programme.
  • Conduct research at a university ranked 6th in the UK (QS World University Rankings 2023).

For entry in the academic year beginning September 2024, the tuition fees are as follows:

  • PhD (full-time) UK students (per annum): Standard £h, Low £11,000, Medium £17,500, High £23,000 International, including EU, students (per annum): Standard £27,000, Low £28,500, Medium £34,500, High £40,500
  • PhD (part-time) UK students (per annum): Standard £j, Low £5,500, Medium £8,750, High £11,500 International, including EU, students (per annum): Standard £13,500, Low £14,250, Medium £17,250, High £20,250

Further information for EU students can be found on our dedicated EU page.

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For applicants whose first language is not English, or if you have not studied recently in the UK, you must provide evidence of how you meet the English Language requirement.

We mainly accept IELTS or TOEFL tests. Please note IELTS and TOEFL are only valid for two years.

We require a minimum IELTS score of 7.0 overall or TOEFL iBT 100. For the writing component, we expect that you have achieved a minimum of 7.0 (IELTS) or 25 (iBT). 

If your IELTS or TOEFL expires before the start of your programme, you will need to take another official English test before we can issue you with a CAS for your visa application. This is a requirement of UKVI.

For more information about English language tests see  English language requirements .

Please contact us at [email protected] for further information.

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In addition to the formal online application, candidates should send all supporting documents (CV, transcripts, certificates, confirmation of funding, English language ability (if applicable) and a personal statement).

Applicants will need to write an outline of their proposed research study to attach to their application (1,000 words maximum).

The proposal forms a very important part of your application and, if the applicant is eligible, will be used in any decision process associated with funding your research.

Further advice on the application can be obtained by contacting the Admissions team directly.

Candidates are encouraged to both identify and contact a suitable academic supervisor prior to applying. Help in establishing a suitable supervisor is available from the Admissions Team if required.

See further guidance on how to submit an application on our website .

Interview requirements

Candidates will be required to attend an interview with their prospective supervisor as well as an independent Postgraduate Tutor. If it is not possible for you to attend in person, we are able to interview by Zoom/video conferencing.

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Our PhD/MPhil Clinical Psychology programme enables you to undertake a research project that will improve understanding of Clinical Psychology.

Research within clinical psychology spans the spectrum of key research themes integral to improving our understanding of psychological disorders. These include:

  • the integration of psychological explanation to derive understanding and intervention;
  • interpersonal and family environments;

Research training within clinical psychology provides a flexible platform for career development while offering structured progression to ensure study objectives are met.

You will join a research group and quickly be immersed in the current research activity being conducted. With your supervisory team, you will follow an intense induction, including agreeing on the key objectives of the study, resources available, relevant seminars and opportunities for personal development.

Within the wider research group, you will have the opportunity to discuss your research with fellow students, post-doctoral candidates and academics. Divisional seminars and research group journal clubs will provide background to recent developments within the discipline and there will be ample opportunity to share personal research findings, contribute to publications and attend/present at prominent conferences. Most academics are clinical academics and as such have clinical posts within local NHS Trusts, helping to ensure that research ideas and findings are grounded in clinical practice. NIHR (National Institute for Health Research) is also an important funder for clinical psychology PhDs.

All research students are encouraged to attend course units from within the programme that are relevant to their research topic.

Typical units include:

  • Practical Issues in Psychological Research;
  • Advanced General Methods in Psychology;
  • Structured Approaches to Qualitative Data in Psychology;
  • Philosophical and Conceptual Issues in Psychology;
  • Using Advanced Statistics in Psychology;

If you intend to pursue doctoral study in clinical psychology (i.e. a three-year programme of academic and clinical training) then please note that the entry route for this is different to that for a PhD; please click here for information on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (ClinPsyD).

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Training and development

All of our postgraduate researchers attend the Doctoral Academy Training Programme delivered by the Researcher Development team . The programme provides key transferable skills and equips our postgraduate researchers with the tools to progress beyond their research degree into influential positions within academia, industry and consultancy. The emphasis is on enhancing skills critical to developing early-stage researchers and professionals, whether they relate to effective communication, disseminating research findings and project management skills.

Teaching and learning

Applicants are specifically matched with a Primary Supervisor and individual project based on their research interests and background.

International applicants interested in this research area can also consider our PhD programme with integrated teaching certificate .

This unique programme will enable you to gain a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning, whilst also carrying out independent research on your chosen project.

Scholarships and bursaries

Funded programmes and projects are promoted throughout the year. Funding is available through UK Research Councils, charities and industry. We also have other internal awards and scholarships for the most outstanding applicants from within the UK and overseas.

For more information on available the types of funding we have available, please visit the  funded programmes  and  funding opportunities  pages.

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The PhD and MSc by Research in Clinical Psychology offer the chance to work with, and be supervised by, a range of clinical academics across many areas of psychology.

Candidates should note that these programmes do not lead to Chartered Clinical Psychologist status.

Our research involves national and international collaborations, with many projects involving NHS partnerships.

Our research interests include:

  • mindfulness and third wave approaches
  • eating behaviours and disorders
  • psychosis and complex mental health
  • risk and resilience in children and adolescents
  • psychological treatments
  • violent behaviour
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For more detailed information about potential PhD supervisors, their research interests and publications, please visit our website.

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We have an active research group in the area of applied developmental psychology and psychological therapies research for severe mental health issues. A large number of the clinical psychology team and our students are part of the Centre for Applied Developmental Psychology, specialising in research that aims to promote the wellbeing of young people and aid recovery in those with mental health problems.

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The PhD and MSc by Research programmes allow you to conduct an independent research project that makes a significant contribution to your chosen field of study and to further develop your research skills. We provide expertise in a variety of research methods including qualitative and quantitative approaches.

You will be assigned two supervisors (usually one for MSc by Research) and you will meet with your supervisors regularly. Workshops, seminars and courses in research methods are available to postgraduate students undertaking a higher degree by research.

We work in close collaboration with the Graduate School of Social & Political Science, enabling School of Health in Social Science research students to benefit from the extensive suite of social science research courses offered by both Schools.

With close ties with other humanities disciplines and with colleagues in the College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine, we offer PhD students excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary supervision and research project development.

PhD by Distance option

The PhD by Distance is available to suitably qualified applicants in the same areas as our on-campus programmes: Clinical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, Health in Social Science and Nursing Studies.

The programme allows students who are unable to commit to basing themselves in Edinburgh full time to study for a PhD in a field of Health in Social Science from their home country or city - however this is not intended to be a fully online distance learning programme.

Students enrolled on this programme will be expected to come to Edinburgh at least once per year of study to meet with their supervisors. The length and timing of these visits are negotiable but students should expect to spend at least two weeks at the University of Edinburgh during each year of study.

For further information on the programme (including entry requirements and how to apply) please see the school website:

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These entry requirements are for the 2024/25 academic year and requirements for future academic years may differ. Entry requirements for the 2025/26 academic year will be published on 1 Oct 2024.

For MScR: A UK 2:1 honours degree, or its international equivalent, in a relevant subject area.

For PhD: A UK 2:1 honours degree and a UK masters degree, or their international equivalents, in a relevant subject area. We may also consider your application if you do not have a masters degree, but have other relevant research experience.

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Regardless of your nationality or country of residence, you must demonstrate a level of English language competency at a level that will enable you to succeed in your studies.

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We accept the following English language qualifications at the grades specified:

  • IELTS Academic: total 7.0 with at least 6.5 in each component.
  • TOEFL-iBT (including Home Edition): total 100 with at least 23 in each component. We do not accept TOEFL MyBest Score to meet our English language requirements.
  • C1 Advanced ( CAE ) / C2 Proficiency ( CPE ): total 185 with at least 176 in each component.
  • Trinity ISE : ISE III with passes in all four components.
  • PTE Academic: total 70 with at least 62 in each component.

Your English language qualification must be no more than three and a half years old from the start date of the programme you are applying to study, unless you are using IELTS , TOEFL, Trinity ISE or PTE , in which case it must be no more than two years old.

Degrees taught and assessed in English

We also accept an undergraduate or postgraduate degree that has been taught and assessed in English in a majority English speaking country, as defined by UK Visas and Immigration:

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We also accept a degree that has been taught and assessed in English from a university on our list of approved universities in non-majority English speaking countries (non-MESC).

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If you are not a national of a majority English speaking country, then your degree must be no more than three and a half years old at the beginning of your programme of study.

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If you live in the UK, you may be able to apply for a postgraduate loan from one of the UK’s governments.

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The School of Health in Social Science operates a gathered field approach to PGR applications - this means that all complete applications which satisfy our minimum entry requirements will be held until the nearest deadline and an admissions panel will meet to consider all applications received together after that date.

The application deadlines and dates for decision are listed in the table below. In order to ensure full consideration of your application we ask that you submit your complete application including all supporting documentation by these dates. More information about what will be considered a complete application and how to apply can be found on our School website:

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Research within this academic programme should reveal the enormous potential of clinical psychology to help individuals, groups and society. Students should prove a broad understanding of this challenging field from a clinical perspective that integrates psychology, biology and chemistry focused on the treatment of various disorders. Besides, interesting issues to discuss are the roles and responsibilities of contemporary clinical psychologists, their scientific foundations and theoretical orientations.

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Charles University Faculty of Arts

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Graduates of the doctoral study program in Clinical and Health Psychology are experts in the latest and scientifically supported procedures with a critical view of their content and especially their methodological contexts. They have demonstrated a profound knowledge of both the field and the methodology of their major topic of interest, which was the topic of their dissertation project.

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The Best 10 Fully Funded PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe

Do you desire a Ph.D. in Psychology in Europe but are worried about the costs? Look no further! 

Here are the top 10 fully funded Ph.D. programs in Psychology in Europe. These programs cover tuition fees and offer a stipend for living costs and traveling expenses. This allows students to focus on their research without financial stress entirely.

In addition to the funding, these programs also provide excellent opportunities for research, networking, and professional development. There is a program for every interest and specialization, from the prestigious University of Cambridge in the UK to the innovative University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.

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So, whether you’re looking to further your academic career or make a meaningful contribution to the field of Psychology, these fully funded PhD programs in Europe are a fantastic option. Let’s dive in and explore the top 10 programs in detail!

Why Pursue a PhD Program in Psychology?

A Ph.D. program in Psychology allows students to delve deeper into a definite area of interest and gain expertise in that field. This program will enable students to carry out independent research and contribute to the field of Psychology.

One primary reason to pursue a PhD in Psychology is the opportunity to contribute to the field significantly. This research can have a meaningful impact on society by improving mental health treatment, education, and public policy. Pursuing a PhD in Psychology can also give the individual a competitive edge in the job market, as it demonstrates advanced knowledge and expertise in the field.

Advantages of Fully Funded PhD Programs

Fully funded PhD programs provide financial support to students, covering tuition fees and living expenses. This support allows students to fully focus on their research without the burden of financial stress. Additionally, fully funded PhD programs often provide additional benefits such as research and conference travel funding, health insurance, and professional development opportunities.

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Fully funded PhD programs also provide students access to a network of scholars and researchers in their field. This network can provide valuable mentorship, collaboration opportunities, and access to resources such as research databases and equipment.

Eligibility Criteria for Fully Funded PhD Programs in Psychology Europe

Eligibility criteria for fully funded PhD programs in Europe vary depending on the institution and program. Generally, students must have a master’s degree in Psychology or a related field. Students may also be required to have a certain GPA or GRE score and relevant research experience. Other requirements may include English proficiency and letters of recommendation.

You must carefully review the eligibility criteria for each program before applying. Each program may have different requirements and deadlines, so it is essential to plan and take time to prepare your application well.

The Application Process for PhD Programs in Psychology

The application process for PhD programs in Psychology typically involves the following steps:

1. Research Programs: Begin by researching fully funded PhD programs in Psychology in Europe. Consider factors such as location, faculty expertise, and research opportunities.

2. Prepare Application Materials: Once you have identified programs of interest, prepare your application materials. This typically includes a CV, personal statement, transcripts, and letters of recommendation. You may also be required to submit a research proposal or writing sample.

3. Submit Applications: Once you have prepared your application materials, submit your applications to your chosen programs.

4. Interview: Some programs may require an interview as part of the application process. This could be a virtual or in-person interview.

5. Acceptance: After completing the application process, you will receive notification of your acceptance status. You will receive information on funding, orientation, and other program details if accepted.

The Top 10 Fully Funded PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe

1. University of Cambridge, UK: The Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious psychology departments. The program offers a fully funded Ph.D. in Psychology, covering tuition fees and providing a stipend for living expenses. The program is known for its rigorous research training and excellent faculty.

2. University of Amsterdam, Netherlands: The University of Amsterdam’s Department of Psychology offers a fully funded PhD program in Psychology . Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities.

3. University of Oxford, UK: The University of Oxford’s Department of Experimental Psychology offers a fully funded PhD program in Psychology. The program is known for its rigorous research training and excellent faculty. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities.

4. University College London, UK: The Division of Psychology and Language Sciences at University College London offers a fully funded PhD program in Psychology. The program is known for its interdisciplinary approach and innovative research. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities.

5. Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany: The Max Planck Institute for Human Development offers a fully funded PhD program in Psychology. The program is known for its interdisciplinary approach and innovative research. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities.

6. University of Edinburgh, UK: The University of Edinburgh’s School of Philosophy , Psychology, and Language Sciences offers a fully funded PhD program in Psychology. The program is known for its interdisciplinary approach and excellent faculty. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities.

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7. University of Zurich, Switzerland: The University of Zurich’s Department of Psychology offers a fully funded PhD program in Psychology. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities.

8. University of Groningen, Netherlands: The University of Groningen’s Department of Psychology offers a fully funded PhD program in Psychology. The program is known for its interdisciplinary approach and innovative research. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities.

9. University of Copenhagen, Denmark: The University of Copenhagen’s Department of Psychology offers a fully funded PhD program in Psychology. The program is known for its interdisciplinary approach and excellent faculty. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities.

10. Leiden University, Netherlands: Leiden University’s Institute of Psychology offers a fully funded PhD program in Psychology. The program is known for its interdisciplinary approach and innovative research. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and research opportunities.

Benefits of Studying Psychology in Europe

Studying Psychology in Europe provides students with a unique opportunity to gain exposure to diverse perspectives and approaches to Psychology. European universities are known for their interdisciplinary approach and innovative research. Additionally, studying in Europe provides students with the opportunity to experience a new culture,  learn a new language and expand their network of colleagues and collaborators.

Career Prospects: What can you do with a PhD in psychology?

Completing a PhD in Psychology can open up many career opportunities. Graduates can pursue academic positions as professors or researchers at universities or research institutions. Additionally, graduates can pursue careers in industry, working in fields such as marketing, human resources, or healthcare. Graduates may also choose to work in non-profit organizations or government agencies or start their consulting practices.

Funding Options for International Students

As an international student interested in pursuing a fully funded Ph.D. program in Psychology in Europe, several funding options are available.

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Many universities offer scholarships and fellowships specifically for international students. Additionally, several external funding sources, such as the Fulbright Program or the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, provide funding for international students.

In conclusion, pursuing a fully funded PhD program in Psychology in Europe provides students an excellent opportunity to gain expertise in their field, conduct original research, and make a meaningful contribution to society. With the support of these fully funded PhD programs, students can entirely focus on their research without the burden of financial stress. We hope this article has provided valuable information on the top 10 fully funded PhD programs in Psychology in Europe.

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Fully Funded PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe

If you are looking for quality education with a strong foundation in research in Psychology, then pursuing a PhD program in Europe can be an excellent choice. With some of the world’s top universities offering fully-funded PhD programs in Psychology, pursuing higher education in Europe can be an exciting and rewarding experience.

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What is a PhD program in Psychology?

A PhD program in psychology is designed to prepare students for research-oriented careers in the field of psychology. The program typically involves advanced studies in areas such as behavioral neuroscience, cognitive psychology, social psychology, personality psychology, developmental psychology, clinical psychology, and many others. These programs usually feature rigorous coursework, apprenticeships, and research opportunities that enable students to develop strong research and analytical skills.

Benefits of Fully Funded PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe

There are several benefits of pursuing a fully funded PhD program in Psychology in Europe. These include:

Access to World-Class Faculty

The faculties at many European universities are recognized globally for their research and contributions to the field of psychology. As a PhD student, you will have the opportunity to work with and learn from some of the finest minds in the field.

Cutting-Edge Research Facilities

Many European universities invest heavily in research infrastructure and facilities. These resources not only enable you to conduct high-quality research but also provide you with the latest technological equipment, software, and analysis tools.

Multicultural Environment

Europe is a melting pot of cultures, languages, and traditions. Studying in a multicultural environment provides an opportunity to broaden your horizons, build relationships with people from diverse backgrounds, and develop a global outlook.

Global Networking Opportunities

Pursuing a PhD in Europe enables you to build networks with researchers, academicians, and professionals from across the world. These networks can be valuable when it comes to securing employment, collaborating on research projects, or advancing your career prospects.

Here are some of the leading universities in Europe that offer fully funded PhD programs in Psychology:

1. University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

The University of Amsterdam is ranked among the top 20 universities in Europe and offers a fully-funded PhD program in Psychology. Its research-intensive program emphasizes theoretical and methodological training in the fields of clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, social psychology, and developmental psychology.

2. University College London, United Kingdom

University College London is one of the top universities in the United Kingdom and offers a fully-funded PhD program in Psychology. Its program emphasizes interdisciplinary research covering areas such as cognitive neuroscience, decision-making, clinical psychology, and social neuroscience.

3. Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Germany

Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich is one of the top universities in Germany and offers a fully-funded PhD program in Psychology. Its program focuses on research and offers students a choice of several specializations, including social psychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, and neuropsychology.

4. University of Groningen, Netherlands

The University of Groningen is a leading university in the Netherlands and offers a fully-funded PhD program in Psychology. Its program emphasizes research methods and focuses on several areas such as clinical psychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, and neuropsychology.

5. University of Oslo, Norway

The University of Oslo is one of the oldest universities in Norway and offers a fully-funded PhD program in Psychology. Its program focuses on theoretical and empirical research in areas such as cognitive psychology, clinical psychology, developmental psychology, and social psychology.

Applying for Fully Funded PhD Programs in Psychology in Europe

To apply for a fully-funded PhD program in Psychology in Europe, you will need to submit an application to the university that you are interested in pursuing. The application process typically involves submitting academic transcripts, certificates, letters of recommendations, a research proposal, and an application fee.

A fully funded PhD program in Psychology in Europe can be an excellent choice for students who are looking for quality education and research opportunities in the field of psychology. With some of the world’s top universities offering fully-funded PhD programs, pursuing a PhD in Europe can be an exciting and rewarding experience.

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  • Vargas, S.M. , Huey, Jr., S. J., & Miranda, J. (2020). A critical review of current evidence on multiple types of discrimination and mental health . American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 90(3), 374–390.
  • Vargas, S.M. , Sugarman, O. K., Tang, L., RADD Executive Board, Miranda, J., & Chung, B. (2022). Depression at the intersection of race/ ethnicity, sexual orientation, and income . Journal of Bisexuality, 21(4), 541- 559.
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  • Vargas, S.M.* , Calderon, V.*, Beam, C. R., Cespedes-Knadle, Y., & Huey, Jr., S. J. (2021). Worse for girls?: Gender differences in discrimination as a predictor of suicide risk among Latinx adolescents . Journal of Adolescence, 88, 162-171.
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Clinical psychology intern Iris McMillan, MA, fell in love with higher education in the U.S. during a chilly year in Erie, Pennsylvania, where the German high school student spent a year abroad and toured several American college campuses. “I saw the different research facilities, and I thought, ‘I can see myself conducting research.’” 

McMillan ended up returning to Germany to complete high school and ultimately decided to pursue bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology at Alpen-Adria University in Austria. But before too long, she made her way back to the U.S., this time to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology at UNC-Charlotte in warm and sunny North Carolina. This year, she’s completing her doctoral internship with Duke Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences.

As McMillan got deeper into her studies, her intrigue with research expanded to a desire to integrate both research and clinical practice into her career as a psychologist. She’s particularly drawn to working with children and adolescents who have co-occurring mental and physical health concerns.

“I’m interested in different factors that contribute to individuals' experiences of health and well-being—so thinking about how policies or other system-level factors, environmental factors like neighborhoods, social factors, and cultural factors shape the health and well-being of the populations we serve.” — Iris McMillan, MA

“One reason I love [working with these patients and their families] is because I’m interested in different factors that contribute to individuals' experiences of health and well-being—so thinking about how policies or other system-level factors, environmental factors like neighborhoods, social factors, and cultural factors shape the health and well-being of the populations we serve,” McMillan reflected.

Passion for Equity & Inclusion Leads to Advocacy

McMillan is driven by a passion for promoting health equity and inclusive, whole-person care, not only in her research and clinical work, but also in her advocacy efforts, which she initiated with some of the clients she cared for in graduate school practicums. 

She began asking herself, “What can I do to help them navigate systems that are incredibly hard to navigate?” She noted, “Often that would be finding resources in their communities, connecting them with other health resources, or advocating for additional supports and services at schools.”

As her training progressed, McMillan developed a clearer understanding of system-level barriers and health disparities, and she sought ways to deepen her impact beyond individual patients. She started to provide education to other medical team members in the health care settings where she worked. For example, she discussed with other providers how to make clinical spaces more inclusive of individuals with diverse gender identities and how to open up conversations about lived experiences related to minority stress.

McMillan eventually found her way to legislative advocacy opportunities through a social justice affinity group in the Society for Pediatric Psychology, where she learned about a virtual advocacy summit offered by the American Psychological Association. As part of the summit, she received training in engaging legislators on issues relevant to behavioral health. She and fellow psychologists and trainees from across the state then met with North Carolina Congress representatives to advocate for federal funding for the Graduate Psychology Education Program, which aims to enhance training for clinical psychology doctoral students and help build the psychology workforce.

“I got to talk about not only how this funding program had helped me grow as a clinician, but more importantly, how programs like this are really critical for increasing access to mental health and behavioral health resources for our most vulnerable and underserved populations,” McMillan said.

A Changing Field Evokes Excitement

McMillan feels the field of psychology is continuing to evolve, and she’s confident her well-rounded training will equip her to keep up with the changes. In fact, she finds it “exciting to be part of that bigger change, seeing more of a progression towards health equity, system-level changes, making behavioral health services more accessible, and being more integrated in different medical spaces.”

She’s also encouraged by seeing that psychologists are increasingly embracing treatment approaches that center diversity, cultural humility, and intersectionality.

The versatility of skills McMillan is developing, she says, will prepare her to work in a variety of settings, but she envisions herself as a scientist-practitioner-advocate on a multidisciplinary team in an academic medical center. She plans to specialize in identity-affirming approaches to mental health care treatment for youth populations—a perspective she weaves into all of her clinical interactions and many of her conversations with fellow trainees and supervisors.

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As an intern in the program’s pediatric psychology track, McMillan has dabbled in a wide range of rotations: she’s spent time conducting neuropsychological assessments, working in the eating disorders clinic, and providing psychological consultations for hospitalized children and their families, to name just a few of the training settings. Finding intersections across the different rotations was something she “never anticipated and truly appreciates” about her internship experience, she said.

“I could tell that faculty members at Duke are very passionate about life-long learning, mentoring, and helping their trainees accomplish whatever they want to achieve.” — Iris McMillan, MA

This variety of opportunities is actually what attracted McMillan to Duke’s clinical psychology internship—combined with the strong impression the program’s faculty left on her during the interview process. “I could tell that faculty members at Duke are very passionate about life-long learning, mentoring, and helping their trainees accomplish whatever they want to achieve,” she recalled. “This strongly resonated with me. It felt very much aligned with my own values, and overall, it just felt like a good place to continue to grow.”

McMillan encourages clinical psychology doctoral students to keep their values front and center when considering internship options, and to choose a program that meshes with their values. A self-professed lifelong learner, she also advises keeping an open mind about new experiences. She noted, “I believe that I would never be doing the type of work that I’m doing now if I hadn’t tried out new things.”

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When McMillan isn’t seeing patients, attending training sessions, or engrossed in a research project, you’ll most likely find her outside—hiking, running, or spending time with family and friends—or hanging out with her husband and cat.

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These were the 24 candidates from 15 countries who participated in the YPF European Piano Competition 2022 – Grand Prix Youri Egorov! The 24 candidates have been selected by the pre-selection jury, consisting of Thomas Beijer, Ton Demmers, Christiaan Kuyvenhoven and Hanna Shybayeva, from the 48 applications (19 countries) that YPF received for the YPF European Piano Competition 2022.

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Aarón Ormaza Vera

Aarón Ormaza Vera (1995, Ecuador) began playing the piano at an early age. He took lessons at the Conservatorio Sergei Rachmaninov for most of his

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Alexander Jansen

Alexander Jansen (2005, The Netherlands) has been enchanted by music since he was 3 years old. He was barely 3 years old when he first

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Alexandra Kaptein

Alexandra Kaptein (1999, The Netherlands) started piano lessons at the age of 5. At the age of six she already won her first prize at

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Antoniu Nagy

Antoniu Nagy (2000, Romania) is currently studying piano at the National Music Academy ‘Gheorghe Dima’ under the guidance of Daniel Goiti. At the same time he’s

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Augustinas Eidukonis

Augustinas Eidukonis (1995, Lithuania) has been learning at the National M.K. Čiurlionis School of Arts since 2002, in professor Vida – Emilija Prekerytė’s class. In 2011, he

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Brecht Valckenaers

Brecht Valckenaers (2000, Belgium) likes to make people part of his passion for music. Playing existing music and creating new music are important elements in

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Carlos Marín Rayo

Carlos Marín Rayo (1994, Spain) is currently studying with Frank van de Laar at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. Previously, his main mentors were Mariana Gurkova,

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Dora Petkovic

Dora Petkovic (1996, Croatia) is currently is studying a Master program specialized in solo piano performance at Musik-Akademie FHNW Basel with professor Filippo Gamba. In 2019, she

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Florian Verweij

Florian Verweij (1997, The Netherlands) studies as a master student with Naum Grubert at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, where he graduated with the highest remarks

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Francesco Maccarrone

Francesco Maccarrone (1997, Italy) studied piano from an early age, having inherited a passion for music from his uncle Domenico Clapasson, a pianist and composer. 

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Germán García Pérez

Germán García Pérez (1996, Spain) began his musical career in Granada with the teachers Andrei Reznik and Javier Herreros. His studies continued in Badajoz at

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Jacopo Giovannini

Jacopo Giovannini (1997, Italy) starts playing the piano at the age of 4, at 5 wins his first competition with international jury and at 6 he

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Juan Pedro García Oliva

Juan Pedro García Oliva (2001, Spain) began studying piano at the age of eight in the music school in his hometown. In 2013, he started

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Leah Nicholson

Leah Nicholson (2001, United Kingdom) began studying with Galina Sandovskaya in St Petersburg, Russia, before continuing her musical education at Chetham’s School of Music in

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Marta Mata (1997, Portugal) started playing piano at the age of eight and one year later she entered the Conservatory of Palmela, in Portugal. She

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Noah Zhou (2001, United Kingdom) began learning piano at age 5 with Tra Nguyen before moving on to study with Hilary Coates. Since initially being awarded

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Noora Ylönen

Noora Ylönen (1995, Finland) is currently doing her second Master’s degree in Folkwang Universität Der Künste under the guidance of Prof. Henri Sigfridsson. Earlier she has

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Pavel Tesík

Pavel Těšík (1996, Czech Republic) studied piano at the Pavel Josef Vejvanovský Conservatory in Kroměříž with Ondřej Hubáček. Then he continued his studies at the Janáček

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Pavle Krstic

Pavle Krstic (1998, Bulgary) is an Austrian-based pianist. He is currently a post-graduate student of Prof. Pavel Gililov, as well as a PhD candidate at

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Radu Ratering

Radu Ratering (2004, The Netherlands) started taking piano lessons at the age of 7 after he heard Radu Lupu playing in the Royal Concertgebouw of Amsterdam. He

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Rakhadin Yarmetov

Rakhadin Yarmetov (1996, Russia) was educated at Music College named after A.Scriabin, Elektrostal, Moscow Region (2011-2015), Gnesins Academy of Music, Moscow (2015-2017, Bachelor’s degree with teacher Vladimir

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Shane van Neerden

Shane van Neerden (1999, United States) has appeared as soloist on stages in Europe as well as in the United States. In the Netherlands, he

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Tom De Beuckelaer

Tom De Beuckelaer (1999, Belgium) is regarded as the leading young pianist of his generation in Belgium. He began performing in public since age six

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Victor Naranjo Pérez

Victor Naranjo Pérez (1996, Spain) began studying piano at the age of 7 with his mother. He continued his studies at the Conservatory of Music of

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