We continue this week’s theme of sharing the experiences of students who have been on exchange. Find out why a student from Turkey wanted to study in Groningen and how you can order a beer in Japan. Get involved yourselves! We want to hear where you’ve been and about your experiences there!
In the second post of this week’s theme, we follow up on the experiences of two RUG students studying abroad. In their last post, Julian and Pia wrote about their motivation for choosing their host universities as well as the selection procedure and preparation. Now, read about their first impressions of their new environments. Have their expectations been met?
To open the second round of the exchange week here on Mindwise, we asked Stacey Donofrio, who coordinates student exchanges for the psychology department, to tell us about her personal view on studying abroad. In addition, she answered a choice of frequently asked questions regarding the exchange procedure.
We continue this week’s theme of sharing the experiences of students who have been (or still are!) on exchange. Find out what a student from Mexico thought about her studies in the Psychology Department at the RUG and where in the world Groningen students went on exchange this year.
Be immersed in a different culture, feel the vibe of an unfamiliar environment, and embrace diversity to gain new perspectives. Learn a new language, develop valuable career skills, and be independent to challenge yourself. Make new friends, have fun and be excited – break out of your academic routine! Learn about the exchange experiences of two RUG students.
As we approached the end of the first academic year at Mindwise, we reflected back on the aims and values of this project. From the very beginning, we were certain that Mindwise should be useful, relevant, and interesting to the students of the Psychology department. We wanted them to contribute to the posts on Mindwise […]
Every quarter, we share articles published in the BCN Neswletter and we are happy today to share a story written by Elouise Koops on the Avril McDonald Memorial Fund that is organised by Rosalind Frankling fellows from the RUG. This year, four PhD students and brilliant starting scientists received this award.
I have completed the end of my third year in the English-language Bachelor of Psychology programme. Being in the Honours College has enriched my understanding of research in psychology in a tremendous way. Here, I can look back at a wonderful experience and look forward to more fruitful research experiences.