Master on Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology (WOP-P)
Entidades parceiras: Università degli studi di Bologna, Universidad de Barcelona, Universidad de Valencia (Estudio General)
General Objectives of the CourseThe Master’s Degree in Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology (WOP-P) is one of the European Master’s Degrees supported by the European Union by the “Erasmus+ :Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees”. The University of Valencia issues a Joint Diploma as the Coordinating Institution of the Consortium (“Master Universitario Erasmus Mundus en Psicología del Trabajo, de las Organizaciones y de los Recursos Humanos”). In addition, the university of Bologna issues a national diploma to WOP-P Master students (“Laurea Magistrale in Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology”). This Master’s Degree’s main objectives are: - to provide students with a solid scientific and technical training in the field of Work Psychology, Organizations and Personnel; - to contribute towards the qualification of competent professionals and researchers in this field of specialization; - to promote a European reference in teaching/learning of this field of Psychology. For this purpose, this Master’s Degree adopts the guidelines defined by the Euro-Psych model, supported by the European Federation of Psychologists' Associations (EFPA). Similarly, this Master adopts the model proposed by the European Network of Organizational Psychology (ENOP) as a reference for the training in Work, Organizations and Personnel Psychology. This is a 2 years Master Course corresponding to a total of 120 ECTS, which cover different curricular units: a) curricular units of Work, Organizations and Personnel Psychology; b) elective curricular units related to this field; c) one intensive Winter curricular unit (Winter School); d) professional internship; e) research and Master’s Degree dissertation; f) integration report. These Curricular units are delivered in, at least, two of the partner Universities of this program. The teaching languages may be the following: English, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian.
Bachelors or holders of another Degree in Psychology, with full time availability, a good English Language level and fluency in at least one out of the three European languages of the Consortium (Spanish, Italian or Portuguese).
Candidates should check the admission requirements available on this site, in addition to the information provided here.
Professional GoalsThe Master in Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology promotes career opportunities, both in terms of professional practice in organizations (profit and non-profit) or in the development of an academic career. This Master provides an excellent international training which results in a combination of dynamic skills development in the field of research and intervention and enables future professionals a comprehensive performance, autonomous and responsible, in different organizational contexts, as well as enables to add value and produce scientific knowledge.
Mode of StudyThe course is delivered in full time or part time attendance and daytime schedule.
Teaching / Evaluation language(s)Portuguese, English or Spanish
Examination Regulations, Assessment and GradingAs assessment is a pedagogical activity inseparable from the teaching process, its aim is to establish the students' competencies and knowledge, their critical sense, ability to recognize and resolve problems, as well as their written and oral presentation skills. Students may only register for exams for classes they are currently registered for under the terms of number 6 of article 4 of the University of Coimbra Pedagogical Policy. The following are examples of assessment items: oral or written exams, written or practical work, individual and group projects that may require an oral defense, as well as class participation. Assessment for each class may include one or more of the above mentioned items. Grading is based on a scale of 0 to 20 and a grade of 10 is required to pass. Whenever assessment includes more than one item, the final grade is calculated by taking into account the relative weight of each item according to a formula published in the course outline under the terms of number 2 of article 7 of the UC Pedagogical Policy.
Leonor Maria Gonçalves Pacheco Pais
ECTS Departmental Coordinator(s)
Lisete Santos Mendes Mónico
Recognition of Prior LearningThe provisions of article 45 in the Decree Law no. 74/2006, 24th March, with the words of Decree Law no.107/2008, 25th June shall apply.
Qualification Requirements and RegulationsThe legal framework for the qualification is established by Decree Law no. 74/2006, 24th March, amended and republished by DL no. 107/2008, 25th June; Ordinance no. 782/2009, 23rd July.
This is a 2 years course, corresponding to 120 ECTS, which cover different curricular units: a) curricular units of Work, Organizations and Personnel Psychology; b) elective curricular units related to this field; c) one Intensive Winter School curricular unit (Winter School- WSUII); d) professional internship; e) research and dissertation; report for Integration of Research and Practice. These Curricular units are delivered in, at least, two of the partner Universities of this program.
Access to Further StudiesThe qualification gives access to the career of Psychologist and to a higher level training, namely 3rd cycle studies. The completion of the course confers the degree of master. All students will receive two diplomas: a Joint Degree (University of Valencia, University of Barcelona and University of Coimbra), which will be awarded by the University of Valencia, while Coordinating University, valid in Spain and Portugal. A second degree will be conferred by the University of Bologna, according to Italian law.
2nd Cycle Studies - Lifelong Learning Master Programme
DGES Code: M579
Qualification Awarded: Mestre
Duration: 2 Year(s)
ECTS Credits: 120.0
Category: Lifelong training second cycle
Call for Applications
- 1st Semester
Start date: 16-09-2019
End date: 21-12-2019
- 2nd Semester
Start date: 10-02-2020
End date: 30-05-2020
- 2013-11-06 a 2019-11-05