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Undergraduate Accreditation Committee

The primary purpose of the Committee is to consider, on behalf of Council, applications for accreditation of Psychology degrees offered by universities and colleges in the island of Ireland.

Following application, all aspects of the course are considered, including the resources available. Final decisions are made by Council, which may grant accreditation for up to five years. After this, further application must be made.
 


Undergraduate Accreditation Committee Members:

  • Julian Leslie (Chair)
  • Ken Brown
  • Aidan Moran
  • Fiona Lyddy

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