Counselling and Educational Psychology involve courses that promote personal, social, educational and career development of all students. Examples include Guidance and Counselling, Psychology Education, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood and Primary Education, Educational psychology, etc.

Educational psychologists help children or young people who are experiencing problems that hinder learning and participation in school activities. These problems can include a range of emotional, social problem and learning difficulties.

Early childhood educators or teachers lead children in activities to stimulate and develop their intellectual, physical and emotional growth. They also help to ensure their security and well-being.


Counselling and Educational Psychology graduates are typically employed in kindergarten, primary, secondary schools, and higher institutions.


  • Teamwork and collaboration skill
  • Continuous learning skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Leadership skills
  • Listening skills and attention to details
  • Confident and commitment
  • Computer skills
  • Patience
  • Ability to empower
  • Analytical skills
  • Critical and creative thinking

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