Most UL undergraduate psychology students spend a semester studying abroad, where they are given the opportunity to take classes (in English) that complement their UL programme of study and enhance their future career options. This is an exciting opportunity for students to broaden their horizons and experience new cultures. BA Psychology and Sociology students complete their study abroad module in the first semester of the third year, and BSc Psychology students do so during the second semester of the third year. 

Below you will find information about the universities you can visit and the courses that you will be able to take. If you have any questions about this, contact Dr. Jennifer McMahon, Department of Psychology International Coordinator.

.On this page, you will find information about studying abroad in specific countries and universities.

The Netherlands

  • International students
  • Psychology department
  • Course catalogue (information on available Psychology modules but also exam structures, timetables etc. When looking up the available Psychology modules, please be aware that some of them can’t be taken by International students and take note of what semester and block the modules are in.)

United Kingdom

  • International students
  • Psychology Department (none available)
  • Course catalogue (Information here is on ECTs, entry requirements and applications. If you want information about modules you need to email the social sciences Erasmus coordinator on the email address given.)


Scandinavian Countries

Other European Countries

  • International students
  • Psychology Department
  • Course catalogue 1 and 2  (Click back, then on faculty, then non-degree student for other options on modules, then click on right hand blue/green square to see list of modules)