EFPSA

EFPSA

European Federation of Psychology Students' Associations
The European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations (EFPSA) was established in 1987, at the first International Congress of Psychology Students in Portugal. EFPSA represents a diverse network of psychology students working on a voluntary basis by and for psychology students around Europe. The Federation currently consists of 32 psychology member organisations (MOs) and one observer organisation. Currently EFPSA organises six annual and one biannual events across Europe. Altogether EFPSA has positioned itself to provide psychology students with several opportunities for academic, professional and personal development. EFPSA’s for main goals include: to serve psychology students, to contribute to society, to improve psychology, to link professionals, academics and students. The most recent EFPSA Congress was held in Portugal in March 2016. Malta are now proud to announce that EFPSA Congress 2018 will be hosted in Malta, headed by Miriana Ferrito & co-headed by Valeriya Bonkova.
May 11, 2016

EFPSA European Summer School – May 2014

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May 11, 2016

Train the Trainers – July 2014

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May 11, 2016

EFPSA Social Impact – August

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May 11, 2016

EBMR ARTICLE – November 2014

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