The University of Valencia, coordinator of the Erasmus Mundus Master of Psychology of Work, Organizations and Human Resources has received more than two hundred applications from 65 countries for grant of study.
The course is coordinated by a consortium of universities led by Professor Jose Maria Peiro, who is also director of the IDOCAL (Research Institute for Psychology of Human Resources, Organizational Development and Quality of Working Life, University of Valencia).
This year there have been 59 candidates from 24 European countries (Germany, Poland, Belgium, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Russia, etc..), 44 graduates from 13 Asian countries (China, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, etc.. ), 54 candidates from Latin American countries (USA, Canada, Colombia, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, etc..), 51 from Africa (Algeria, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Rwanda, etc..) and 1 of ‘Australia.
The Erasmus Mundus Master in Psychology of Work, Organization and Human Resources has duration of 120 ECTS credits and is taught by a consortium of seven universities: Barcelona, Bologna, Brasilia, Coimbra, Paris-Descartes, Quebec and Valencia. The curriculum requires a minimum mobility of a semester in another university consortium and awarded a double degree awarded by the two European institutions in which each participant has studied based on their mobility plan.
The master also has an international faculty of more integrated the University of Valencia. About 15 visiting professors or teaching seminars each year taught in the Master complementary. The curriculum includes a practicum and a thesis that frequently occurs in companies or international organizations.
At the University of Valencia all taught in English teaching and also at the Centre International de Gandia organized the Winter School (two intensive weeks in an internship) with the participation of all students universities and which incoporan a dozen master’s and doctoral students from other international, also selected by the team led by Coordinating Consortium Professor Peiro.