PhD students - Emotional Intelligence

Universidad Loyola Andalucía, the first private social initiative University in Andalucía, promoted by the Company of Jesus, is recruiting PhD STUDENTS:

Universidad Loyola Andalucía offers:

Host institution: Department of Psychology

Type of employment: Full time

Requirements:
The successful candidate will work within the Department of Psychology contributing to the research about development of emotional intelligence programs in underprivileged surroundings with the aim of making a positive impact on adolescents´ psychosocial adjustment. Applicants should have at least a good bachelor’s degree (with a GPA of 8.5 minimum) and an MSc degree finished (or equivalent) relevant to the research line and good English skills (level equivalent to Cambridge FCE). Previous research experience on emotional abilities, social intervention, methodology skills an intervention with adolescents  are highly desirable. Applicants should be enthusiastic, well-motivated and be able to work independently and as part of a collaborative research team.

Contact info:
Supervisor:
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Universidad Loyola Andalucía will specially value candidates whose curriculum vitae show:

  • Scientific research and production: seminars, congresses, books or publications in magazines.
  • Research stays in Universities of recognized international prestige.
  • Experience in models and methods of scientific research.

Universidad Loyola Andalucía, will receive the curriculum vitae with the following references:
PhdEI: PhD STUDENTSHIP Emotional Intelligence

Those researchers interested within the process should send their complete curriculum vitae, updated and with two recommendation letters to the following email address, specifying clearly the reference/s in which it wishes to be evaluated:

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The curricula received either incomplete or not meeting the terms of the announcement will be automatically refused.

Universidad Loyola Andalucía is a committed institution with the pursuit of excellence, diversity and justice.