Accreditation refers to the process undertaken by PSI to ensure that Psychology courses in Ireland are of the highest standards for training and practice in professional psychology. PSI also aims to ensure that the courses provide suitable preparation for students hoping to enter the field of psychology.
Accreditation procedures consist of examining documentation associated with the course and an on-site visit to meet with appropriate teaching staff and students.
For further information and guidelines relating to Under-graduate and Post-graduate courses, please see the relevant sections of our website.
The view the list of PSI Accredited Undergraduate courses please click here.
To view the list of PSI Accredited Postgraduate courses please click here.
Guidelines on the accreditation of courses leading to a first qualification in psychology. Completion of an accredited degree confers eligibility for graduate membership.
Undergraduate Accreditation Committee Members:
Julian Leslie (Chair)
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The Society invites institutions of higher education who are providing or seek to provide postgraduate education in professional psychology to submit their courses for accreditation by the Society. Through its accreditation procedures, the Society wishes to support courses in a period of self-study and peer review, thus enabling them to maintain the highest standards of postgraduate education and training in professional psychology.
Accreditation procedures consists of examining documentation associated with the course and an on-site visit to meet with appropriate teaching staff and students.