What can you expect?
The Warsaw International Studies in Psychology offers a high quality 5-year Master program that prepares you for a career in psychotherapy, neuropsychology, business or science. We offer a strong core program of courses, but we also give you the opportunity to co-design your educational track yourself by letting you choose from a large offer of elective courses. We are part of the University of Warsaw, the best ranked institution of research and higher education in Poland. As such we benefit from its rich academic tradition, extended facilities and network of international relations.
What distinguishes us from other psychology programs is our small scale in combination with our international allure. Our studies are not just in English, but are truly international: with over twenty five different nationalities, about half of the students studying with us come from abroad. In addition, our teaching staff consists for one third of visiting professors whom we invite from Universities in the UK, Canada, the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, France, Sweden, etc.
We value a personal and individual approach to education, which is reflected in the small sizes of our classes. Typically our classes consist of only between 20 and 25 students, which makes individual interaction between students and teachers possible. As a result our instructors generally know their students by first name. In addition, with our personal approach we encourage the exploration of and learning from cultural differences; something we see as essential in modern day education, especially in a field such as psychology.
If you join our program you can expect to become absorbed in an international, diverse and intellectually engaging academic environment in one of central Europe’s largest and most intriguing cities.
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