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The world of work has changed enormously in recent years. In these turbulent economic times, the field of Organizational Psychology can make a significant contribution to the challenges faced by business.
There will be increasing demand for graduates with an understanding of how individuals operate within organisations, and the importance of this to a successful workforce.
The Leeds MSc in Organizational Psychology provides everything you need to apply psychological methods in the workplace. You’ll gain a core psychological science base, alongside an appreciation of the financial, strategic and operational workings of organisations.
Regent’s American College London is the London campus of Webster University, USA and one of seven specialist Schools at Regent’s University London – the largest college of private Higher Education in the UK. Regent’s American College London brings the classic elements of American Higher Education to the UK through its liberal arts degrees, offering the internationally minded student a multicultural experience in the heart of Europe’s most cosmopolitan capital.
Students benefit from small class sizes, high levels of personal support and attention, a central London location, and study abroad opportunities in countries such as Switzerland, Thailand, Austria and the United States.
The University of Nottingham is delighted to announce that under the AHRC Block Grant Partnership scheme, we are able to offer a number of awards in the School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies for postgraduate study beginning in September 2013.
The school is an international centre of excellence recognised for its world-leading research.
We would like to encourage applications for MA, MRes and PhD study in the following areas;
- American and Canadian Studies
- Cultural Studies and Critical Theory
- Film and TV Studies
- French and Francophone Studies
- German Language & Culture
- Russian, Slavonic & Eastern European Language & Culture
The deadline for completed AHRC applications is 1 March 2013. To be eligible for consideration for one of these awards you must first have been accepted for a place on the course and have discussed your funding application fully with your prospective Department.
For details of the application procedure for these awards, please visit our funding webpage.