The MSc Art Psychotherapy course is a two-year part-time training programme approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the regulating body for the health and care professions in the UK.
The course combines experiential learning, seminars, arts based reflective practices, clinical placements, and clinical supervision. Art psychotherapists work with children, young people, adults, and older people across a range of health, education, social care, advocacy, and community services.
As a career, art psychotherapy offers an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. It combines therapeutic expertise, evidence-based research, social engagement, and creative ingenuity.
The course integrates HCPC professional clinical training requirements, along with practice-based learning with a variety of client groups.
Art psychotherapy is life changing. It is a clinical practice that contributes to creative health and wellness and uses art for the communication of emotions, thoughts, and life experiences.
For further course details please see "Course Web Page" below.
To apply to our postgraduate taught programmes, you must meet the University's General Entrance Requirements and any course-specific requirements.
These vary depending on the course and are detailed online.
If English language is not your first language this course requires a minimum English level of IELTS 6.0, or equivalent. Visit ulster.ac.uk/englishrequirements for more details on English language requirements.
For full entry requirements please see "Course Web Page" below.
The Graduate Diploma in Public Policy is a 60-credit programme. When starting the course, students will choose one out of the eight streams.
Students must take the following modules:
•4 core modules (10 credits each, 2 hours each week for 12 weeks, Friday Afternoons 2-6pm)
•2-4 option modules (20 credits in total). A range of option modules will vary depending on the stream
•Core modules are:
-CSSL40010 Public Administration & Policy
-SPOL41020 Data & Methods for Pol Analys
-POL40160 Comparative Public Policy
-SPOL40450 Evidence-Based Policy Making
•Thesis or Internship Placement (May-Aug. 30 credits)
Students choose option modules according to their choice of stream.
•Citizenship, Rights & Policy
•Community, Drugs & Health Policy
•European Union Policy
2 years part-time.
GradDip Public Policy (W315) Full Time
EU fee per year - € 5855
nonEU fee per year - € 13270
GradDip Public Policy (W316) Part Time
EU fee per year - € 3775
nonEU fee per year - € 6635
***Fees are subject to change
Tuition fee information is available on the UCD Fees website.
Next Intake: 2020/2021 September