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This course allows you to expand your understanding of your senses in learning and practice, and develop core skills that are central to successful study and professional practice. You will develop both your awareness of the role of your senses and your sensory toolbox.
During this intensive three-week course, students will cover the most important topics in the field of Forensic Psychology. The aim of the course is to familiarise students with applications of psychology to the legal system and to raise awareness about the problems that arise when psychology is applied to law in practice.
This interactive and engaging workshop is designed to empower prospective UM students with soft skills that are crucial for academic success and personal growth. The workshop will focus on personal, social and study skills.
During this programme, participants will be introduced to PBL as the core example of student-centred learning, as well as alternative working formats (e.g. team-based learning, flipped classroom and the four components instructional design model (4C/ID-model)).
What can you do to ensure success, happiness and direction during and after your studies? During this course, you will look into consciousness and personal development. To ensure that your learnings will also have a positive effect on your (future) studies, you will set your own goals at the beginning of the course.
This course is similar to the ‘Personal Leadership: Your Key to a Successful Education’ course. However, during this course, you will also look beyond your current education and take personal leadership over your life and future. You will set long-term goals, discover your personal vision and focus on your mission.
This course provides an insight into the attitude and behaviour of all nine personality types of the Enneagram model and the way each type manages their communication, work ethics, reaction to leadership and how they can further develop their personality.
Participants will gain the analytical skills to study the possible meanings of media texts and, if applicable, the juxtaposed images. During interactive lectures, they will also explore the role of the national and ideological context in the production of a media text, and the underlying power relations in society.