Graphology Courses in Europe

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There are plenty of places where you can do a graphology course nowadays. You can attend a course or have distant education; some schools provide diplomas recognised by the state, others — membership in national unions of graphology, help in finding jobs, possibility to further qualify in a job. Let’s have a look at the largest European education institutes.

British Institute of Graphologists (BIG) — britishgraphology.org. It was set up in 1983. Fully qualified tutors, the list of which can be found on the website, use a study plan developed by the institute. This is a three year course, there are six exams (two each year), and upon results of the exams a graduate gains a diplomas from the institute. Distant education is also possible for students from other countries.

London College of Graphology — collegeofgraphology.co.uk. It was set up in conjunction with The British Academy of Graphology in 1985. Upon results of an exam that consists of two parts, graduates gain diplomas from the college and a membership in the Academy. Distant education is possible.

LUMSA university in Rome (lumsa.it). A graphology course lasts three years; upon its completion, Students gain a diploma from the college and a possibility to do Masters studies.

University of Urbino «Carlo Bo» (uniurb.it). The history of the course dates back to 1997. The course takes three years to complete, graduates are awarded with a diploma. This university has masters courses in different areas of graphology — medicine, career guidance, recruitment, forensics.

A Course at the Union of Professional Graphologists of France (sgpf.asso.fr). Founded in 2011. The course has two modules, upon completion students gain a diploma and a membership in the Union. The Union helps its members with employment and organizes additional seminars and lectures.

In Germany, graphology is taught to students of philosophy, psychology, medicine and forensics. A course of graphology is available in universities of Freiburg, Hamburg, Munich, Leipzig and others.