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|Program Sponsor:||Danish Institute for Study Abroad|
|Restrictions:||Brandeis applicants only|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Fall||2015||02/24/2015 **||Rolling Admission||08/14/2015||12/13/2015|
|Spring||2016||02/24/2015 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
|Academic Year||2015-2016||02/24/2015 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
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|Program Type:||Study Center||Program Language(s):||English|
|Area of Study(s):||Psychology||Minimum Semesters of Previous Language Study Required:||0|
|Housing Options:||Apartment (shared), Dormitory, Homestay, Other|
This program focuses on psychological theory, research, and practice, with an emphasis on its application in a Danish and European context. You will critically analyze theory in relation to cultural and social differences in psychological practice, and learn to apply recent advances in psychological science to your own practical experiences.
The Psychology program will allow you to:
- Choose between three cutting-edge core courses - Cross-Cultural Psychology, European Clinical Psychology, and Positive Psychology- all aimed at broadening your understanding of the discipline through a Danish and international lens
- Europe will be your classroom as you travel with your classmates and DIS faculty on courseintegrated study tours to Western Denmark and across locations in Europe, meeting with researchers, policy-makers, and NGOs
- The academic rigor of the course will be enhanced with guest lectures from practitioners inCopenhagen and field studies to local organizations that will bring real world examples of how psychological science is applied and practiced in Denmark
This program is right for you if you are interested in psychology, social policy, neuroscience, or human development.
Brandeis Specific InformationProgram Prerequisites: Either a pscychology course at the university level or an abnormal pyschology course at the university level. Specific core courses require abnormal psychology, please visit DIS' website for more information.
Please note that the following programs are NOT approved for Brandeis credit:
- Architecture and Design
- Textile Design
- Host Family
Brandeis students can apply directly through the Office of Study Abroad for admission into the DIS program.
Visit the Brandeis Study Abroad Website in order to obtain more information about the internal application process, advising hours, academic credit, and financial aid transfer.