Degree number of credits: 120

Compulsory credits: 60

Elective credits: 12

Final project: 28

Work placements/Internships: 20

Degree code: 2235

Years: 2

Teaching type: face-to-face

Knowledge branch: Social and legal science

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Places available for new students: 20

Minimum number of enrolment credits per student: 36

Price per credit
[2022-2023 academic year]:
58,34 €

Exceptions to the price per credit Students from countries outside the EU: 150 € / credit

Management Centre: Faculty of Psychology

Languages used in class: English

Participating universities: Universitat de València, Universidad de Barcelona, Universidade de Coimbra, Alma Mater Studiorum - Universitâ di Bologna and several non-European universities

Academic coordinating commission Vicente A. Martínez Tur (CoDirector)
Núria Tordera Santamatilde (CoDirector)
Francisco Javier Gracia Lerín
Jose María Peiró Silla
Isabel Rodríguez Molina
Ana Hernández Baeza
Ana Zornoza Abad
Jesús Aguirre Molina (PAS)

Academic, scientific or professional interest: This master's degree is run in collaboration with a consortium of 4 European universities and several non-European universities. It is supported by the Erasmus Mundus Programme (European Union) and has received the recognition of MOY (Mediterranean Youth Office) as an "Excellent" Master. The Master aims to train researchers and highly qualified professionals in the management and development of Human Resources, competent in the field of improving the quality of working life and the organization of jobs to make them more human and productive. These functions are essential in a society that pursues high competitiveness and sustainability through knowledge and human and social capital. In addition, the free movement of professionals and workers benefits from the management and development of high-quality human resources. For this reason, the training programme of this master's degree focuses on these strategic fields. It takes into account the following guidelines: 1) the European strategy in this respect (see "EU 20 Strategy",; 2) the reference model and minimum standards of the European Curriculum in Psychology WOP-P, established by the European Network of Organisational and Work Psychologists (ENOP); 3) the main orientations developed by the EUROPSY model for the European Certificate in Psychology, supported by the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA), and for the European Advanced Certificate in Psychology WOP (EAWOP, European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology). In fact, the reports made by the EFPA and EAWOP (Working Group on the European Advanced Certificate in WOP Psychology) consider the WOP-P Master as an example of the specialised training that WOP psychologists should follow in Europe.

PhD programme linked to this Master’s programme: Psychology of Human Resources

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