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The Institute has a strong international outlook in its teaching and research activities.
At least a third of our postgraduate students come from outside the UK; in fact, students from over 40 countries have successfully graduated form our Masters or PhD programmes.
The Institute's academic and research staff also come from many countries; we believe that a blend of expertise, backgrounds and culture enhances our work.
The Institute is rapidly developing its presence in South East Asia through the University's Malaysia Campus in Kuala Lumpur. Our department there, the Institute of Work, Health & Organisations Malaysia , is already the second largest school in the Faculty of Social Sciences & Education.
Much of the Institute's international programme of work is framed by its programme of work for the World Health Organization.
It hosts the Centre for Organisational Health & Development that is a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre in Occupational Health , one of only four such Centres in the UK, and the only Centre in the world to be staffed uniquely by psychologists.
It has also made a long standing contribution to the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work in Bilbao , in developing guidance for employers. It has a long standing programme of work funded by the European Commission, working in collaboration with many other leading research institutions across the European Union.
A new and exciting international development is being developed through its China Strategy. This focuses on three objectives; to make the Institute a postgraduate provider of choice in applied psychology for Chinese students wishing to study abroad, to develop good working relationships in postgraduate education and applied research with colleagues and universities in China, and to develop a significant presence in the University's China Campus in Ningbo .
More details of the Institute's Internationalisation programme are available through Dr Stavroula Leka.
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