This year will be spent in university study at one of the School's exchange partners. The curriculum will vary according to the partner institutions.
Total contact hours: varies
Private study hours: varies
Total study hours: 600
The composition of the year will vary according to the partner institution.
Psychology with a Year Abroad
Method of assessment
Pass / Fail
Reassessment methods: 100% coursework. Students must have successfully undertaken the year abroad to be eligible for the reassessment.
See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury)
The intended subject specific learning outcomes. On successfully completing the module students will be able to:
8.1 study Psychology in a different higher education environment
8.2 enhance their understanding of Psychology within an international context
8.3 study Psychology in a different language (only formally relevant to those students studying at a foreign language taught institution)
8.4 enhanced their command of the target language in a native-speaker setting (only formally relevant to those students studying at a foreign language taught institution)
The intended generic learning outcomes. On successfully completing the module students will be able to:
9.1 perform effectively in a different cultural environment
9.2 demonstrate intercultural sensitivity and interpersonal skills
9.3 communicate effectively orally and in writing in more than one language (only formally relevant to those students studying at a foreign language taught institution)
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