Psychology students tend to work on a combination of upper-division psychology electives and upper-division SSHA electives when they study abroad. Here are suggested programs for different students:
Univ. of Manchester, England
The Univ. of Manchester enjoys a top 50 worldwide ranking. Consider taking courses focusing on cognition, personality, developmental psychology, psychological health, and more.
Special note: For the Univ. of Manchester, you will need to apply to the "English Universities" program and rank the Univ. of Manchester as your top choice.
Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong
The Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong is the most highly ranked institution in all of Asia for psychology, and courses are available in English. Work on courses in areas like personality, psychological health, behavior, abnormal psychology, cognition, and more.
Univ. of Queensland, Australia
The Univ. of Queensland lands in the top 20 institutions for psychology and one of the best in Australia. Take on courses focusing on developmental psychology, personality, cognition, organizational behavior, and more.
Special note: For the Univ. of Queensland, you will need to apply to the "Australian Universities" program and rank the Univ. of Queensland as your top choice.
Utrecht Univ., Netherlands
The Netherlands is home to many institutions with strength programs in psychology. Take courses in areas like developmental psychology, behavior, and especially personality, along with others.
Yonsei Univ., South Korea
Take psychology courses in English at this bilingual university. Consider taking courses in personality, cognition, developmental psychology, psychological health, behavior, clinical psychology, and much more.
Univ. of Copenhagen, Denmark
With a tremendous selection of psychology courses entirely in English, you could take courses on personality, psychological health, clinical psychology, cognition, brain and behavior, developmental psychology, and more.
Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand
Considered the best university for psychology in New Zealand and holding a top 50 worldwide ranking, it could be a great destination for coursework in developmental psychology, personality, cognition, brain & behavior, psychological health, clinical psychology, and more.
Special note: For the Univ. of Auckland, you will need to apply to the "New Zealand Universities" program and rank the Univ. of Auckland as your top choice.
National Univ. of Singapore
Also in the top 50 worldwide for psychology is the National Univ. of Singapore, where courses are available entirely in English. NUS has significant offerings in developmental psychology, organizational psychology, psychological health, and cognition.
Univ. of Edinburgh, Scotland
Considered the best university for psychology in Scotland and in the top 50 worldwide, the Univ. of Edinburgh offers you a wide range of relevant courses including brain & behavior, personality, cognition, and developmental psychology.
Special note: For the Univ. of Edinburgh, you will need to apply to the "Scottish Universities" program and rank the Univ. of Edinburgh as your top choice.
Bilkent Univ., Turkey - SUSPENDED
Bilkent Univ. is a hidden gem in Central Turkey where courses are taught in English and housing is free! Bilkent offers psychology courses in abnormal psychology, cognitive psychology, brain & behavior, organizational psychology, personality, social psychology, psychological testing, and more.
Learn more about deadlines, details, and the application - SUSPENDED
|1||Harvard Univ., USA|
|2||Univ. of Cambridge, UK|
|3||Stanford Univ., USA|
|4||Univ. of Oxford, UK|
|5||Univ. of California, Los Angeles, USA|
|5||Yale Univ., USA|
|7||Univ. of California, Berkeley, USA|
|7||Univ. of Michigan, USA|
|9||Univ. College London, UK|
|10||Princeton Univ., USA|
|11||New York Univ., USA|
|11||Univ. of Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|13||Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA|
|14||Univ. of Melbourne, Australia|
|15||Univ. of New South Wales, Australia|
|16||Columbia Univ., USA|
|17||Univ. of Chicago, USA|
|18||Univ. of Queensland, Australia|
|18||Univ. of Toronto, Canada|
|20||Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA|
|21||Univ. of British Columbia, Canada|
|22||Kings College London, UK|
|23||McGill Univ., Canada|
|24||Univ. of Sydney, Australia|
|24||Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA|
|26||Australian National Univ.|
|27||Univ. of Western Australia|
|28||Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand|
|29||Univ. of Minnesota, USA|
|30||Ghent Univ., Belgium|
|31||Univ. of Otago, New Zealand|
|32||Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA|
|33||Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, USA|
|34||Univ. of Hong Kong|
|35||Duke Univ., USA|
|37||Univ. of Edinburgh, UK|
|38||Northwestern Univ., USA|
|39||Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|40||London School of Economics and Political Science (study abroad offerings do not include psychology)|
|41||National Univ. of Singapore|
|41||Univ. of Manchester, UK|
|43||Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong|
|44||Nanyang Techonological Univ., Singapore|
|45||Brown Univ., USA|
|46||Ohio State Univ., USA|
|46||Univ. of California, San Diego, USA|
|48||Erasmus Univ. Rotterdam, Netherlands|
|48||Monash Univ., Australia|
|50||Radboud Univ., Netherlands|