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Are you interested in a unique course amongst Swedish colleges and universities, where the basics of human psychology is studied from an intercultural perspective? For example, how do personalities or intelligences differ between cultures? How big is the cultural effect on psychological mechanisms such as, emotion, thought, and ability – particularly in the workplace? How much psychology do we have in common as human beings, and how different are we across cultures? Is there a way to measure the effect of culture in a workplace?
The course is intended both for those who have experiences of other cultures and want to learn about the psychology behind this, and for those who have psychological knowledge but want to broaden their cultural understanding. The combination of behavioral skills with knowledge in psychology and culture is increasingly sought after by employers, and something that makes your particular profile to be extra attractive in the market.
A scientific and critical perspective runs throughout the entire course, and new international research forms the basis for the lectures and workshops that are held in English. The course is also open to European students, and intercultural group seminars are a valued part of the course. Sign up and be challenged by what cultural psychological science can offer.

FACTS


CYCLE

First cycle

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

General entry requirements

PACE OF STUDY

Full-time

TYPE OF INSTRUCTION

On Campus

PROGRAMME/COURSE DATE


AUTUMN 2024

AUTUMN 2024

TEACHING HOURS

Daytime

APPLICATION CODE

HV-E7029

START/END

From v.36 2024 to v.45 2024

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