Fakultät VI - Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften at the Uni Oldenburg
Department für Psychologie
- Ammerländer Heerstraße 114-118
- 26129 Oldenburg
- Phone: +49 441 798 5523
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Special features regarding teachingThe Master's degree in Neurocognitive Psychology at the Psychology department is research-based and taught in English. This programme is unique in Germany and is aimed at international and German students who wish to obtain a degree in (neuro-) psychology in English. The degree course attracts a large number of foreign applicants (138 in 2018/19). In 2017/18, about 50% of the students gained an international Bachelor's degree.
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Special features regarding the international orientationThe Psychology department is part of the Medicine and Health Sciences faculty, which is unique in Europe in that it cooperates with the University Medicine in Groningen, the Netherlands. Research and study visits abroad are supported. Numerous partnerships are in place. The department funds an intensive German course during the semester break for all foreign students. To improve participation among international students, the department's day-to-day affairs are conducted in English if required (e.g. (committee) meetings).
Exchange universities for stay abroadsAix-Marseille Université, Marseille, Frankreich; University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finnland; University of Surrey, Surrey, Großbritannien; Università degli Studi di Padova, Padua, Italien; Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Groningen, Niederlande; University of Oslo, Oslo, Norwegen; Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal; Universidad de Complutense Madrid, Spanien
Special features regarding the equipmentThe Psychology department has outstanding equipment: Magnet encephalograph (MEG) incl. EEG, driving simulator and eye tracker; Functional magnetic resonance scanner 3 Tesla (fMRT) incl. MR-compatible EEG, eye-tracker, driving simulator, data glove; 6 EEG laboratories; 3 eye-trackers (2 mobile); 2 near infrared spectroscopes (fNIRS); 1 transcranial magnetic stimulator (TMS); 6 transcranial electrostimulators (tDCS, tACS, tRNS); 10 mobile EEG systems
Special features regarding research activitiesThe Psychology department does research in the field of neurocognition (neural foundations of cognition, perception, motor skills and their modulation) within the university's guiding theme of "human and technology". One focus is one hearing research. All
Other special featuresSupplementary course in statistics with online self-assessment to catch up on technical skills; Course for the acquisition of study-relevant skills (academic writing); Tutorials during the semester (held by students); Feedback on learning success during the semester (intermediate tests/programming tasks with individual corrections); Incoming students coordinator as the central point of contact for students and teaching staff; Advisory meetings incl. advice on individual study progress planning; Fresher tutorials; Degree feedback colloquium
Further information on research activitieshttp://uol.de/en/psychology/study-programme/master/labs-and-research-topics/
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