Our teamwork is conducting different research projects aiming to understand how technologies (e.g., artificial intelligence, big data, collaborative robots) are currently changing organizations. Senior researchers, postdoctoral researchers (PhD), graduate students (MSc and MPhil) and undergraduate students (BSc), specially from Organizational Behavior and Organizational Psychology, are welcome to join our group or our research projects.
Masters, Mphil and Honours
We invite you to visit the specific academic websites of our research members to apply for graduate programs in Work & Organizational Psychology. Our lead, Prof. Adalgisa Battistelli is also director of the International Master Program in Work, Orientation & Organizational Psychology at the University of Bordeaux, which promotes research stays in different universities in Europe (e.g., Complutense University of Madrid, Free University of Brussels). The master student at Bordeaux is required to have a good understanding of work and organizational psychology – and professional experience in the field is considered an advantage. He/She will need to demonstrate adaptability to the research and professional projects. We invite you to visit the institutional website for further information:
Our members belong to different doctoral programs in Work & Organizational Psychology. We invite you to contact our senior researchers and professors for further information. In the Doctoral Program in Work & Organizational Psychology at the University of Bordeaux, PhD opportunities with government and university-funded scholarships are sometimes available, both to French and international students. Masters, Mphil and Honours students are encouraged to visit the institutional website and contact our research director, Prof. Adalgisa Battistelli, to express his/her interest.
Domestic students –The students should have strong academic track record (including research and write-up) with first class honours. The student’s research and academic background might be in Organizational Behavior disciplines, but specially coming from Work & Organizational Psychology.
International students – For an international student, s/he is expected to have masters and honours degrees with very strong academic and research background in Work & Organizational Psychology. The students are likely to have a research project (in accordance with our areas of research), and a good level of English and French (other languages like Italian or Spanish are also possible).
PhD opportunities with government and university-funded scholarships are available each year, both to French and international students.
Both French and International researchers –The PhD researchers should have strong academic track record (including research and write-up) with first class honours. The postdoctoral candidate’s research and academic background must be in work & organizational psychology, or organizational behavior disciplines. S/he is also expected to have at least two research papers in high impact journal of the field.
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