FEDE SCHOOLS

FRANCE - PARIS

The E.H.E.P.M is a psychology institution founded on the theory of Paul Diel, a twentieth century psychotherapist. The institution’s two-year training course is taught both by teachers and practitioners in medicine and psychoanalysis. The higher education course will be complemented by a university degree and a master’s degree from 2019 and 2020 onwards.

The FEDE is an INGO International Non-Governmental Organisation and a supranational institution that was created in 1963, which is endowed with participatory status with the Council of Europe. It federates an international network comprised of over 500 higher and professional education institutions in 35 countries across 4 continents, which share a common project that is hinged on academic excellence, pedagogical innovation, scientific research and openness to the world. The FEDE delivers 90 European degrees that are available in English and in the national language, from the Foundation Degree, the European Bachelor’s Degree, the European Master’s Degree to the DBA Doctorate of Business Administration. The FEDE counts an international network of over 180,000 alumni.

PROGRAMMES AND DIPLOMAS:

Other programmes and certificates:

European Bachelor’s: Psychopractitioner (Dielian Method)

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMMES:

the same programme is taught in France, Russia and Morocco
International exchange programmes: Russia and Morocco

ESTABLISHMENT APPROVED BY FEDE

STRENGTHS OF THE SCHOOL

  • No academic admissions requirements
  • Two-year programme
  • High pass rate
  • International exchanges

ADDRESS(ES) AND CONTACTS

Stéphane Solotareff
France : +336 89 57 34 62/+331 34 67 49 19
16 rue de la Glacière, 75013 PARIS
Russia : +7 960 823 56 39
Samara Academy of Humanities, Samara
Morocco:
Université d’OUJDA, Department of Psychology

KEY FIGURES:

70 % pass rate
Number of students: 65 in 2018-2019
Percentage/number of foreign students: 80 %
Number of teaching staff: 10
65 % of students go on to open a psychopractice firm/clinic


SHARING EDUCATION, SHAPING THE FUTURE