Is this the Social and Cultural Psychology Master you are looking for? Global-MINDS Webinar Invite

Calling Psychology Bachelor Degree Graduates,

We invite you to join our free webinar on Tuesday 03 December 2019 between 15:00 – 16:30 (GMT) to learn more about the European Joint Master in Global Mobility, Inclusion and Diversity in Society (Global MINDS).

If you are currently searching for a Masters related to Social and Cultural Psychology this can be a good opportunity to compare between different programs you have been researching to date by checking the program features and asking all your questions to the admissions team from the comfort of your laptop or phone.

How to join the webinar?

Simply click on the “Join the webinar” link below to register and you will receive a reminder via email 1 day and 1 hour before the event.

You can then simply click on the link and join the webinar.

Want to see what our students and faculty are doing on the program? Check our Instagram @global_minds_master_program

Look forward to seeing you there!

Global MINDS team

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Call Open for Experts in Cultural Determinants of Human Behaviour, October 2019

Check the call for a Visiting Scholar expert on Cultural Determinants of Human Behaviour on the Global-MINDS website for information about the visiting scholar positions we have open for SWPS (1-13 October, 2019), and for a link to the application.

We are looking for scholars holding a PhD degree and with an expertise in Culture, Human Behaviour and Health to contribute to the Cultural Determinants of Human Behaviour at SWPS (Warsaw, Poland) from 1-13 October, 2019.

Application Deadline is 30 April, 2019.

New Deadline for Self-funded positions for Global-MINDS 2018

Applications are open for a very few self-funded positions in the Global-MINDS programme for 2018.

The last possible application submission date for people with Schengen Country Citizenship (who will not need a visa for either starting university) is the 3rd of September, 2018 – 18:00 UTC+0. For those who will need a visa (for either Portugal or Poland), it is 10 August, 2018 – 18:00 UTC+0.

In this round, admissions will be rolling. This means that applications will be evaluated as they are submitted. Therefore, when all the open positions are full, we will close applications. Thus applications may close earlier than the above dates.

Psychology graduates with an English proficiency of B2 level or higher are invited to apply. More information is available on our Application page.