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Faculty of Psychology, University of Bergen

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Faculty of Psychology, University of Bergen
P.O.Box 7800
Bergen 5020
Norway
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(+47) 55 58 00 00
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(+47) 55 58 96 43
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http://www.uib.no/psyfa/



Faculty of Psychology, University of Bergen

The Faculty of Psychology is a multidisciplinary faculty that currently teaches 1600 students and offers a substantive number of studies leading to a wide range of academic and professional qualifications. These cover a variety of disciplines, ranging from professional studies in psychology and teacher training, to bachelor and masters degrees in child welfare, gender and development, pedagogy, health promotion, psychology, work and organisational psychology and speech and language therapy.

At the Faculty of Psychology you will meet a highly qualified, engaged and ambitious staff that focuses strongly on quality in research as well as teaching. International collaboration is a cornerstone in all their doings, which is reflected in our research and in the number of programmes and courses offered in English. They want to attract engaged students, and offer them close collaboration with their research groups, as well as opportunities to progress to a PhD in all study areas.

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