Training offer

Studying at the Faculty of Psychology and Education

In Mons, all courses at the Faculty of Psychology and Education (FPSE) are organised during the day, whereas certain courses are organised in the evenings and on Saturday in Charleroi. The latter are particularly, but not exclusively, aimed at adults returning to education, who have already had a taste of professional life and/or who wish to have a career change. In addition to evening and weekend classes, other measures have been put in place at the FPSE to facilitate the return to studies, for example, welcome and information days, the possibility of a personalised programme, several distance courses via the Internet, among others.

Courses at the FPSE in 2017-2018

In Mons :

  • Bachelor’s in Psychology and Education (General)
  • Bachelor’s in Psychology and Education (Speech and Language Therapy)
  • Master’s in Psychology (Specialist Focus)
  • Master’s in Psychology (Research Focus)
  • Master’s in Education (Social Care)
  • Master’s in Education (Teaching and Learning in Formal Education)
  • Master’s in Education (Orthopedagogy)
  • Master’s in Education (Educational Technology)
  • Certificate of Teaching for Upper Secondary Education (AESS)
  • Certificate of Teaching for Higher Education (CAPAES)
  • Doctoral Training and PhD in Psychology and Education

In Charleroi :

  • Bachelor’s in Psychology and Education (General)
  • Master’s in Education (Social Care)
  • Master’s in Education (Teaching and Learning in Formal Education)
  • Master’s in Education (Orthopedagogy)
  • Master’s in Education (Educational Technology)

After the Master’s, it is possible to study for the Certificate of Teaching for Upper Secondary Education (AESS), which leads to a career in teaching.

Students can also register onto a Specialised Master’s degree or a continuing education course.

For those interested in research, the third cycle offers numerous opportunities for scientific training, including through doctoral schools, subsequently leading to the Certificate in Research Training and, ultimately, a PhD in Psychology and Education and the title of Doctor.