Minimum requirements

♦ Undergraduate Degree

Undergraduate/graduate transcripts of completed bachelor's degree in one of the following fields: Psychology, Applied Computer Graphics, Communication Studies, Computer Science, Educational Science, or closely related fields.

♦ Undergraduate Grade Point Average (GPA)

Within the French system: 14 or higher based on a 20-point scale; 20.0 highest.

♦ Knowledge Competence

Good results in the following undergraduate courses: Human Learning (or equivalent), Statistics, Cognitive Psychology, and Perception.

♦ Software Competence

SPSS, MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash

♦ 2nd Language Competence

Demonstrated competence at level B2 or higher in English (EU applicants) based on the CEFR, and English at 550 TOEFL or 6.5 IELTS.

♦ Citizenship

For application in Germany or in France : Students may receive a stipend from the European Commission during the year they are living overseas. Eligible EU students must be citizens of the European Union or third-country nationals who had been legal residents in the European Union for at least three years (and for the purpose other than study) before the start of the outgoing mobility. European students may also receive an Erasmus grant for living in the other European country. Eligible U.S. students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.