List Of Psychology Schools In South Africa

Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and its functions, especially those affecting behavior in a given context.

Psychology In South Africa

What Are The Subfields Of Psychology In South Africa?

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What Are The Psychology Courses In South Africa?

Where To Study Psychology In South Africa?

Below is the List of Psychology Schools In South Africa;

The South African College of Applied Psychology

Psychology At Cornerstone

Psychology – Stellenbosch University

Rhodes University Department of Psychology

University of Pretoria Department of Psychology

University of the Free State Department of Psychology

University of Unisa Department of Psychology

University of Johannesburg Department of Psychology

Study Psychology At Wits University

Studying Psychology at UCT

Study Psychology On UKZN

UWC Department Of Psychology

How long does it take to study psychology in South Africa?

You will be looking at a minimum of five years‘ full-time formal education in psychology. Before you can enter a directed Master’s degree programme, you will need a three-year Bachelor’s degree majoring in psychology (or the equivalent thereof), as well as an Honours degree in psychology.

What do I need to study to become a psychologist in South Africa?

THREE years are required for a bachelor’s degree, ONE year is required to complete an honors degree, TWO years are required for the MA (Clinical Psychologydegree (a one-year internship and another year of community work) and TWO years are required for the MA degrees in Counselling and Research (plus a one-year internship).

How much do psychologist earn in South Africa?

The average salary for a Psychologist is R 504 499 per year in South Africa.