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The degree in Psychology aims to promote fundamental knowledge on the different facets of Psychological knowledge, providing an understanding of human behavior and its complexity, as well as the ethical principles that guide research and professional practice. Psychology graduates must also develop skills in understanding scientific texts, reasoning, critical thinking, and scientific writing. These competencies, although applied to Psychology, given their transversal nature (e.g. interpretation, scientific reasoning), will be relevant for graduates who choose to continue their studies in other fields of knowledge.

The degree is a prerequisite for the continuation of studies in Psychology (second cycle ), which is a necessary step for the final internship that allows to work as a practitioner in the field of Psychology, and qualifies to work in areas where the knowledge and skills developed in the degree are relevant.


Entrance Exams


Currently, the entrance exams are:

02 Biology and Geology
17 Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences
19 Mathematics A


From the application to higher education in 2024/2025, the entrance exams will be:

18 Portuguese
02 Biology and Geology

or

18 Portuguese
17 Mathematics Applied to the Social Sciences (or Mathematics A or Mathematics B)

or

18 Portuguese
06 Philosophy