foolish.nostalgia Posted July 14, 2011 Share Posted July 14, 2011 (edited) I am currently an American student interested in studying in Europe for my Masters and ultimately my PhD. I am looking for a program in Community Psychology or (Applied) Social psychology, however my interests are in homelessness and immigration (adaptation to a new host culture, ect.) so any program that would have me working and researching in these fields would be wonderful. (And I should note that Community Psychology is considered an interdisciplinary subject itself anyway) Ultimately, I want to work in applied settings and would be more than happy to work outside the United States (although I wouldn't be devastated if I did end up working in the States) Currently, I am having difficulty finding resources about programs outside of the United States and Canada. Programs do need to be in English. I have conversational French, but nowhere near good enough to take Gradate level courses in. Further, what do programs in Europe tend to look for in an applicant? I know many do not require the GRE, but what is the general attitude toward work and research experience? I know in the U.S. research experience tends to be weighed heavily as a factor for admission, so I just wanted to know if it was viewed the same abroad. Edited July 14, 2011 by foolish.nostalgia Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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