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Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Admission to the "Bachelor of Science in Psychology" - new deadline:

Candidates for the "Bachelor of Science in Psychology" can upload application documents until 15 July 2021. You can upload your documents in two or more stages, so you do not have to wait until you have all the necessary documents. For example, you can upload your letter of motivation as early as April or May and electronically submit your school-leaving diploma later,  by 15 July. In fact, we strongly recommend uploading documents that are already available as soon as possible.

The evaluation of the application (acceptance, rejection or invitation to an additional selection interview) can only take place when the selection committee has all the required documents at its disposal.

The admission interviews will take place between June and early August 2021.


Study programme

> Course languages: German/French/English

What is psychology?

Psychology as a science is concerned with human behaviour, experience, and consciousness. It explores individual development throughout the lifespan as well as their inner and outer causes and conditions. Its objective is a better understanding of the human being. The preoccupation with scientific methods and results in the Bachelor en Psychologie constitutes the fundamental qualification for the later professional activity within the field of psychology.

Studying psychology

The trilingual study programme "Bachelor of Science in Psychology" (BAP) serves as the first access to the fascinating field of research and professional activity in Psychology. The University of Luxembourg offers this study programme since the academic year 2005/06. The studies extend over a period of three years (i.e., six semesters). After finishing the Bachelor programme with a diploma (B.Sc.), a Master’s degree can be pursued.

In the following video the BAP course director, Dr André Melzer, and the BAP deputy course director, Dr Andreia Costa, give you more detailed information about the studies in the "Bachelor of Science in Psychology":


The "Bachelor of Science in Psychology" combines a scientific and empirical approach with a specific practical orientation. We offer courses in the following fields of applied psychology:

  • Clinical Psychology
  • Educational Psychology
  • Work and Organisational Psychology 
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Sport Psychology  

Moreover students can have insights into the fields of

  • Health Psychology
  • Media Psychology

Course directors

Isabelle Albert

Deputy course director


Simone Heiderscheid

Study Programme Specialist
Office hours

The study programme at a glance

  • 6 semesters (180 ECTS)
  • mandatory mobility semester
  • 400€ / semester
    (semesters 1 & 2)
    200€ / semester
    (semesters 3 to 6)
  • Course languages: German/French/English (please check the teaching language of the different courses under "Programme")