MDIS School of Psychology

Psychology is becoming increasingly recognised as one of the more popular majors in the study of Liberal Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. An understanding of the complexities of the mind and behaviours forms a critical foundation of Psychology, providing skill-sets that are invaluable in discerning human behaviours.

Partnering with Oklahoma City University (USA), the MDIS School of Psychology offers programmes of distinct quality – a complete progression pathway from International Foundation Diploma to a Bachelor’s Degree, in Psychology – and a comprehensive learning experience.

Oklahoma City University (USA) is ranked 23rd in the 2017 US News and World Report Ranking of Best Regional Universities (West). It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, an independent corporation and one of two commission members of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA); one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States.

MDIS School of Psychology won the Best & Gold Standard Private Institution for Psychology in JobsCentral Learning Training & Education Development (T.E.D) Awards 2016 & 2017 respectively. The School augments students’ development with a psychology lab and counselling room. Students engage in collaborative learning to understand the practical applications of theoretical knowledge and research methodology. Students will also be equipped with strong communication, analytical and problem-solving skills, and gain insightful knowledge on philosophy, economics and political science.

Industry visits to children’s and elderly homes, Institute of Mental Health, and Voluntary Welfare Organisations are organised to further enhance students’ experiential learning. The demand for psychological services in schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centres and social service agencies is expected to fuel the need for trained professionals.

Embark on a personal and professional learning journey with MDIS. Take up Psychology today!