MSc in Applied Social Psychology
RUB 390,000 / per year *
Earliest start date
* 195 000 – 390 000 RUB/year
The Applied Social Psychology program is a double-degree Master’s program offered by the HSE Faculty of Social Sciences and Tilburg University (the Netherlands), which explores different fields within social psychology, cross-cultural psychology, economic psychology, and work and organizational psychology.
Taught exclusively in English by world-renowned scholars in social science, it is a unique master’s program in Russia that gives students the opportunity to choose which areas they want to focus on, as well as the ability to complement their training in social psychology with minors in management, sociology, economics, and other disciplines.
Double Degree MSc in Applied Social Psychology
Structure of the program: 1st year at HSE, optional 2nd year at Tilburg University (for the Double Degree) or HSE.
Applied Social Psychology trains students in theoretical and applied social psychology, preparing them for careers in academia or in applied research settings. Students can enroll in a double-degree track, which will enable them to earn a degree from Tilburg University (the Netherlands) in addition to a degree from HSE University. Courses are taught by HSE lecturers and renowned experts from leading social and psychological schools worldwide. Students choose the areas that they wish to focus on so that they are well equipped to launch their careers after graduation.
- Study at two outstanding universities to earn two degrees.
- Set yourself up for an internationally-driven career.
- Gain practical experience from the beginning, working on international research projects through internships at the International Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research.
- Prepare for future careers both in academia and business.
- Choose an individual learning pathway, combining electives from the program and from other HSE faculties.
- Learn from leading social psychology scholars, including S. H. Schwartz, J. Berry, S. Breugelmans, and N. Lebedeva at HSE and F. van de Vijver, M. Zeelenberg, and I. van Beest at Tilburg University.