Societally and internationally relevant topics are central in the course 'Cultural Diversity: Theory and Practice' offered by Tilburg University. Topics include but are not limited to intercultural communication, stereotypes, immigration, multiculturalism, and corporate social responsibility.
For this course, students of all levels (BA/MA/PhD) and fields are welcome. No prior knowledge of (cross-cultural) psychology is required (but it of course helps). Applications must contain a CV and a motivation letter describing why an applicant would like to participate in the course. These documents should be uploaded during the registration process. Once you have completed your registration, the course coordinator will evaluate your application. Acceptance will be based on both CV and motivation letter.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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