Training may be pursued along two different paths, each of which leads to the Diploma in Analytical Psychology. Candidates commit to one path, but may apply to transfer from one to another, if they fulfil the respective conditions. The International Full-Resident (IFR) program is for candidates who intend to reside in Switzerland during the entire (minimum four year) training period. The International Part-Resident (IPR) program is for candidates who wish to reside in Switzerland for the first two years of training and there after intend to conduct supervised case-work in their home countries under their local jurisdiction.
The International Full Resident Training Program leads professionally to being a Jungian Analyst with a diploma in Analytical Psychology.
For cost details of the International Part Resident (IPR) Diploma Program, in which Training Candidacy (the first two years of training) are spent in Zurich and Diploma Candidacy (the second half of the program) are spent primarily at home with once-a-semester/partial presence in Zurich, please see the Regulations International Diploma Program below (link at bottom of page) for the variance in requirements.
Below is a graphical timeline of the International Part Resident requirements.
To apply to train at ISAP, or for other documents and information, please see the Forms and Downloads page in the Prospective Student section.