Bachelor’s in Psychology 


The Bachelor’s in Psychology is designed by the King’s College London, awarded by the University of London and taught in small-class at Forward College campuses in 3 different European capitals. 


Forward College Bachelor’s tuition programme includes:

  • 100% small group teaching (on average 15 students per class)
  • One-on-one tutoring for individualised feedback and guidance
  • Frequent evaluations to track your progress throughout the year and ensure your success at the final exams
  • Induction programme where you will better understand your learning style and adopt the most relevant learning methods for you
  • Apply a critical understanding of essential concepts, principles and theories in psychology, use structured arguments based on subject knowledge to justify critical evaluation of knowledge of the field
  • Show problem solving and evaluation skills, draw upon supporting evidence and demonstrate a general understanding of the role of psychology in real world applications
  • Demonstrate an understanding of statistical and qualitative research methods for analysis of data

A BSc Psychology opens up opportunities to careers in a range of sectors such as education, healthcare, industry, and the legal system. Your degree could be a first step to becoming a clinical, health, counselling, forensic or organisational psychologist. Studies in the behavioural sciences are increasingly leading to more innovative roles with social impact, e.g. contributing to the design of interventions across health, personal finances and education, in addition to policy making to improve public services.

The building blocks of
the programme

Psychology is the driving science behind most digital applications and generates a growing interest from recruiters. Designed by King’s College London, this degree will provide you with a contemporary approach to the study of the human mind. You will gain a thorough understanding of human behaviour and learn to apply psychological science to a variety of contemporary and social challenges. There is an emphasis on quantitative and qualitative research methods and statistical analysis with content enriched by the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience.

NB: All modules are mandatory, there are no elective modules.

Before graduating from Forward College, we recommend students pursue an internship, whether for career exploration purposes or to gain practical, valuable, and much sought-after experience. For bachelor’s students, an internship is not mandatory, but is highly recommended.

An internship during college prepares you for the world of work and its challenges.

Expected working time: 6-8 weeks
Read more about Forward’s Internship

In summary

Scholarship available


3 years

Fee €18,500 (EU/EEA/UK/Swiss students) / €22,500 (other international students)

Lisbon (year 1)
Paris (year 2)
Berlin (year 3)