Courses in the Faculty of Psychology are assigned credits in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) as proposed by the European Union. According to this system, credits represent a universal measure of workload that is required for all students completing a degree. The basic principle behind this system is that one academic year of full-time courses at a given institution is equivalent to 60 credits. Each institution is guided by this principle when assigning credits to particular courses. At the Warsaw University Faculty of Psychology, credits are assigned to obligatory courses by the Faculty Council, and credits are assigned to electives by the instructor/WISP Program Board depending on evaluation method and workload.
A minimum of 300 credits must be earned during the 5-year course of study. There is no theoretical limit to the number of courses a student may take. Limits on participation in a particular course may depend on logistical (space, technical) constraints or instructor's preferences
Foreigners can study at BA, MA / MSc / LLM, MBA, PhD level on various financial terms: