Type: 
University
Region: 
Mazowieckie
Programme: 
Psychology
Area: 
Humanities
Level: 
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
Duration: 
4 semesters
Tuition fee: 
5400 EUR
Degree awarded: 
Magister (M.A.)
Scholarships available: 
https://english.swps.pl/academics/scholarships
Application deadline: 
Thursday, 30 September, 2021
Language: 
EN
Day of semester start: 
Monday, 4 October, 2021
Credits (ECTS): 
120
Admission requirements: 

Although students are admitted to SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities at the beginning of each semester, applications are accepted on a regular basis throughout the year. Prospective applicants are encouraged to apply for admission well in advance of the beginning of each semester as class size remains limited.

For detailed information concerning the program of study and admission procedure, please go to https://english.swps.pl/academics/warsaw/ma-programs/psychology/applied-social-psychology

Applications are reviewed by the Admissions Committee and candidates are notified in writing about the final decision. Admitted candidates receive an official acceptance letter. Additionally, the admitted candidates are required to submit a copy of their visa (if applicable) and a copy of their medical insurance policy before October 1st.

Description: 

Our Applied Social Psychology program is a good choice for people interested in social psychological theory and its application in real life situations, who are willing to benefit from the interdisciplinary approach, typical for this field. Students are introduced to the principles of applied social psychology and throughout the course of their studies they become familiar with such topics as social neuroscience, dynamical social psychology, or industrial and organizational psychology. They learn how to conduct research, including applied research, and to design interventions in order to implement change within individuals and organizations, all with an emphasis on cross-cultural sensitivities. Selected courses are based on the latest research in the field of social-neurobiology. Students also learn how technology may be used to improve the quality of life of individuals.

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