Information about the Admission Procedures for the Bachelor's Programme Psychology for the Academic Year 2019/2020

Procedure of the written examination on Tuesday, 27th August 2019

Phase 2 of the admission procedure - a written test - takes place on Tuesday,27th August 2019, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Olympiaworld Innsbruck.

All applicants with a valid registration confirmation meet at 8 a.m. in front of the entrance "Eingang OST".  After the registration all applicants deposit their personal belongings in the wardrobe. At the registration you have to show a valid photo ID and your registration confirmation. Without these documents you are not allowed to attend the test.  

As soon as all applicants have taken place instructions on the test will be announced. Black pens or black ballpoints are allowed only.

Dictionaries, lexica, periodic systems, calculators, highlighters, cell phones, tablets, computers, other electronic equipment or analog or digital watches are not allowed for taking the test. You are allowed to bring something to drink and eat, though.  

The test will take place for 210 minutes (3 1/2 hours). Without positive completion of the test admission for the Bachelor's Programme Psychology is not possible. Please note, that admission is possible only with a positive completion of the admission procedure and a general university entrance qualification.

There is no extra fee for taking the test.

The results of the written test will be announced no later than three weeks after the test via e-mail.

Please note: the parking space is not available in the moment, so we recommend the journey by public transport (https://www.olympiaworld.at/infos-news/lageanfahrt/)  or parking in the underground car park.

Do not hesitate to contact us for further questions: aufnahmeverfahren-neu@uibk.ac.at. We apologize that we do not answer any questions regarding the assessment load.

Good luck!


Written admission test on 27th August 2019

The admission procedure for the Bachelor's Programme Psychology has been completed for the academic year 2019/2020, no more late registrations are possible, without any exceptions.

The number of applicants registered by 15th July 2019 was above the number of study places determined in the University of Innsbruck bulletin (260). This means a written admission test has to be carried out.

Phase 2 of the admission procedure - a written test - takes place on 27th August 2019.

All applicants with a valid registration will receive further information not later than 16th August 2019 via e-mail.

Further information will follow.

Workflow for the Admission Procedure 

   Workflow

 If you are interested in the Bachelor's Programme Psychology it is important to be aware of the following conditions: Each academic year, the University of Innsbruck makes the following number of study places available: 260. In order to obtain one of these places of study, you need to complete the following steps:

Admission Procedures - Workflow

Online-Registration and Payment of the Handling Fee:

1st March till 15th July 2019; you will find further information about the payment of the handling fee in the amount of € 50.-- in the University of Innsbruck announcement resp. the available payment terms within the online registration.

  1. Registration for the Admission Procedure.
  2. Enter your data into the system, pay the handling fee and register for the Bachelor's Programme Psychology. 
  3. After you have completed the registration you can print your confirmation of registration.  

Admission test

If there are more applicants than places, an admission test will take place on 27th August 2019. You will receive timely information about the venue and time of the test after the registration deadline.

The admission test is a written examination and includes the following components:

  1. To understand simple, subject-related texts in German and English
  2. Ability to formal-analytic thinking 
  3. Ability to gain subject-related knowledge from literature especially for beginners. For this part of the test you have to study certain chapters of the following book:

    The admission test is a written examination and includes the following components:

    1. To understand simple, subject-related texts in German and English
    2. Ability to formal-analytic thinking 
    3. Ability to gain subject-related knowledge from literature especially for beginners. For this part of the test you have to study certain chapters of the following book:

    Maderthaner, R. (2017). Psychologie (2. Aufl.). Wien: Facultas
    (German only)

  4. aus Kapitel 01 Einleitungskapitel:
    S. 11 bis 14 - Abschnitt 1.1
    S. 18 bis 25 - Abschnitte 1.3 bis 1.4
  5. Kapitel 02 Definition, Ziele und Positionen der Psychologie:
    S. 27 bis 49 - Abschnitte 2.1 bis 2.4
  6. Kapitel 03 Forschungsmethodik der Psychologie:
    S. 53 bis 97 - Abschnitte 3.1 bis 3.8
  7. Kapitel 06 Lernen und Anpassung:
    S. 165 bis 201 - Abschnitte 6, 6.1 bis 6.11
  8. aus Kapitel 07 Gedächtnis:
    S. 205 bis 238 - Abschnitte 7, 7.1 bis 7.5
  9. aus Kapitel 08 Problemlösen – Denken – Intelligenz:
    S. 245 bis 252 - Abschnitte 8.1 bis 8.2
    S. 261 bis 291 - Abschnitte 8.4 bis 8.6
  10. aus Kapitel 09 Emotion – Motivation:
    S. 293 bis 308 - Abschnitte 9.1 bis 9.5
  11. aus Kapitel 10 Soziale Prozesse:
    S. 329 bis 357 - Abschnitte 10, 10.1 bis 10.5
  12. aus Kapitel 12 Gesundheit und Krankheit:
    S. 409 bis 418 - Abschnitte 12.5 bis 12.6 

 

The results of the admission test will be arranged in descending order, i.e. the best 260 applicants can be admitted for this study programme at the University of Innsbruck  if the general requirements are met according to §§ 63 and following of the Universities Act 2002. Admission to the University of Innsbruck is only possible for the winter semester 2019/2020 or the summer semester 2020. For a later admission you have to pass the admission procedures again. 

Information on the Curriculum can be found here.
The regulation of the admission procedure can be found here.

For questions please contact: aufnahmeverfahren-neu@uibk.ac.at or +43/512 507 96001

  

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