University of Barcelona

Erasmus Mundus on Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology


Master class - Master

Students seeking admission to the master's programme must hold a bachelor's degree in Psychology. The aim of the master's degree is to contribute to training professionals and researchers in the field of Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology, with a focus on the European approach and perspective. The master's degree centres on the main principles developed in the EuroPsy model, the European certificate in psychology, established by the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA). It is also based on the reference model and minimum standards of the European curriculum for training in Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology, established by the European Network of Organisational and Work Psychologists (ENOP).
Four European universities are involved: University of Valencia (coordinator), University of Barcelona, Alma Mater Studiorum-University of Bologna (Italy) and University of Coïmbra (Portugal). Six non-European universities also participate: University of Baltimore (USA), University of Brasília (Brazil), Florida Institute of Technology (USA), University of Guelph (Canada), Illinois Institute of Technology (USA) and the University of Puerto Rico (USA).

This is a full-time, two-year programme with a study load of 120 credits (60 credits per year). The languages of instruction and examination could be any of the following: English, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish.

Students who have completed the subjects will obtain a joint diploma issued by the home university and the host university during the master's degree.

Basic information

Main universityUniversitat València Estudi General
  • Universitat València Estudi General
  • Universitat Barcelona
  • Alma Mater Studiorum - Università de Bologna
  • Universidade de Coimbra
Mode of deliveryPresencial
Bridging coursesNo
Faculty or schoolFaculty of Psychology
Number of places available20
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