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International Office

The International Office (Akademisches Auslandsamt, AAA) offers information and support in the following areas:

  • Preparations in order to study for a degree at a German university
  • Exchange Programs and their application procedures
  • Grants available for foreign students
  • Erasmus Program
  • video tutorial detailing the first steps you have to take when arriving in Dresden

For further information and possible exchange options please refer also to this Move On database.

information FOR AN ERASMUS STAY at the Faculty of Psychology

The faculty of Psychology has several bilateral agreements.  For further information regarding the existing bilateral agreements, persons to contact and the conditions that must be fulfilled to be able to become an Erasmusstudent at the faculty of psychology at TU Dresden see this table

Program of Study

Below you can find an overview over the study paths and the regular courses. If you wish to know more information concerning the content of the courses or the language in which they are held, please contact the responsible instructor.

Bachelor program

The bachelor program teaches a broad basis of psychological knowledge in research methods, general psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology and biopsychology. Check the curriculum for more information.

Master Program

There are three separate Master programs with specific focal areas:

Cognitive Affective Neuroscience

Cognitive Affective Neuroscience focuses on basics, methods and application of cognitive-affective neurosciences and enables you to work in neuroscientific research. Check the curriculum for more information.

Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy

Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy has a strong practical orientation and allows you to work in the field of clinical psychology, as well as to continue in the postgraduate program "Psychological Psychotherapy", or "Children and Adolescent Psychotherapy". Check the curriculum for more information.

Human Performance in Sociotechnical Systems

Human Performance in Sociotechnical Systems includes Work and Organizational Psychology, engineering psychology, psychology of learning and instruction, and traffic and transportation psychology and enables you to work in the diverse field of human resource and technology. Check the curriculum for more information.

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Lydia Reuter
Letzte Änderung: 12.09.2017