National University of Ireland, Galway: Higher Diploma in Psychology
The Higher Diploma in Psychology (Conversion) is a one-year full-time course designed to articulate with the NUI Galway BA in Psychological Studies or equivalent. By combining this one-year Higher Diploma in Psychology with the three-year BA in Psychological Studies, students will have covered course content equivalent to that of the Department’s single honours programme
Open University: Diploma in Psychology
This diploma is for people who already have a degree but have not yet studied enough psychology to entitle them to the British Psychological Society's Graduate Basis for Registration (GBR). Applicants must have a UK degree or a recognised non-UK equivalent. The courses required depend on the psychology content of previous degree(s). As OU degrees are accredited by the BPS, applications for PSI membership based on OU qualifications are currently considered on an individual basis.
University College Cork: Higher Diploma in Psychology
This course can be taken either full-time for one year or part-time for two years. Applicants generally have at least a second-class honours degree, which includes at least half an academic year of psychology. Applicants who do not have the required experience in psychology can be admitted to the programme but will have their entry delayed for one year while they complete a specified programme of study.
University College Dublin: Higher Diploma in Psychology
The course is a two-year full-time diploma. Application is open to non-psychology graduates who hold an honours degree and have some relevant work experience. The course includes lectures, seminars, practical work and a research thesis, and is assessed though examination and course work (including thesis). This course is recognised as being equivalent to a BA/BSc in psychology.
University of Ulster at Jordanstown: M.Sc. in Applied Psychology
This course is taken full-time for 12 months or part-time for 24 months. Applicants should possess at least an upper 2nd class honours degree. Experience in the application of psychology will also be considered. As part of the course, students are expected to complete two compulsory modules, six optional modules and a dissertation. Although the course is generic in nature, by appropriate selection of modules, students can focus their studies in a number of areas.
University of Dublin, Trinity College: Higher Diploma in Psychology
This course will be full time based on two academic years, with an intake each year. The diploma is targeted at people who already have an honours degree and who would like to enter the field of psychology, particularly with a view to further professional study. Applicants must be graduates of TCD or of another recognised university and must have obtained at least 2nd class honours in their primary degree. The course has been designed to confer eligibility for graduate membership of the relevant professional body and entitle graduates to apply for admission to any postgraduate training course in psychology. It can provide direct access to a career in psychology.