Graphology recognises that a person's handwriting – the way the letters are formed, spaced and arranged, as well as its speed, pressure, strength and inconsistencies – reveals much about the writer's mind, personality, character and emotional state. For this reason it is finding wide application in psychology, and in personnel selection; and it is no less useful in self-understanding.
THE LONDON COLLEGE OF GRAPHOLOGY is an independent teaching body offering a 2-year part-time training course in Graphology which prepares students for the qualifying exam of The British Academy of Graphology (BAOG). The Diploma of the BAOG is internationally recognised - see details below.
It is a condition of membership of The British Academy (BAOG) that students become "Student Members" of the BAOG which entitles them to apply to take the Diploma examination. Registration is compulsory for at least the academic year in which the student intends to sit the examination. Student member fees are £35 per annum and membership after successfully passing the Diploma is £70 per annum. This includes the Journal of the Academy, which is published two times per annum, and an online newsletter sent to Members four times per annum.
For further information and registration go to the College website: www.collegeofgraphology.co.uk