RUDN opens a branch of the PSI CHI Honor Society in Psychology
RUDN opens a branch of the PSI CHI Honor Society in Psychology
Membership in this society in the United States and all around the world is considered to be the evidence of the quality of education and the experience of the psychological research of students. Membership is open to students (starting from second year), as well as masters, graduate students , alu
Membership in this society in the United States and all around the world is considered to be the evidence of the quality of education and the experience of the psychological research of students. Membership is open to students (starting from second year), as well as masters, graduate students , alumni and lecturers, providing teaching of psychology on a level that was considered by PSI CHI as high. Currently there are 12 offices outside the United States : Barbados , Canada ( 2) , Egypt , Guatemala, Ireland, New Zealand , Puerto Rico (2 ) , Trinidad and Tobago and the Virgin Islands. Creation of such a society in RUDN University, the first in Russia and one of the first in Europe, is a testament of the quality of education and students' psychological research in the RUDN University.
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