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    • #106
      Anonymous

      :Points required for Psychology in Trinity for 2003 was 530! Pretty tough…..good luck!

    • #12011
      Anonymous

      Points required for Psychology in Trinity for 2003 was 530! Pretty tough…..good luck!

    • #12012
      Anonymous

      Also you could look into going to the U.K. as a backup. lots of people go to Scotland to study medicine.

    • #12013
      Anonymous

      the two top people said it all

    • #12014
      Anonymous

      This seems to be the only psychotherapy course in Ireland

      http://qualifax.ie/?Mainsec=courses&Subsec=course_details&ID=17200

    • #12015
      Anonymous

      what scores do you need in your leaving cert exam to do a course in psychotheraphy?

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      Anonymous

      There is no undergraduate degree available in Psychotherapy in the CAO. It is available as a postgraduate course in UCD, TCD, UCC and UL. The points for Psychology are always very high. However, if you are prepared to pay the fees, Dublin Business School and the American College both offer degrees in Psychology which are recognised by the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI). The points in 2005 for those were DBS 205 and AMCD 245. If you are considering going to the UK, they will look for high grades in five Leaving Certificate subjects usually. Each University has their own requirement. If you go to http://www.ucas.com and do a course search, you will be able to link to the individual Universities and see what they need. You will have to pay tuition fees in the UK. Hope this helps.

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