STUDENTS' DAY at the 17th European Congress of Psychology

    The 17th ECP in Ljubljana is making a strong emphasis on attracting psychology students from all over Europe and the world. To promote student involvement, we are organizing a special “Students Congress Day”, to take place on 4 July 2022. This day is dedicated to students’ research presentations, workshops, keynote speakers of the students’ choice and, of course, having fun. 

    Why attend Students’ Day?

    GOOD SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
    A special focus will be put on students’ research work, and we will be hearing their presentations addressing the congress’ main topic : Psychology as the Hub Science. You will also have a chance to listen to a few keynote speakers.
    NETWORKING
    Obviously, this is a huge part of every international event. You will get an exclusive chance to meet psychology students from all around Europe, be inspired by their work and share your own!

    SOCIAL PROGRAM
    Our social program will ensure that you also have a great time after the presentations are finished and spend some extra time with other students attending the Students’ Day, all the while enjoying our amazing capital – Ljubljana.

    TO ATTEND THE STUDENTS' DAY, PLEASE REGISTER HERE:
    *This application form is intended for Students' Day only, as well as delegates who have already applied for the Congress and wish to submit an additional application for the Students' Day.

    REASERCH WORK PRESENTATIONS

    Students’ Day is a great opportunity for students of (bio)psychology and disciplines related to the profession to present their research work at one of the largest international psychology events.

    The main topic of the congress is Psychology as the Hub Science: Opportunities & Responsibility. You are very welcome to prepare and present an article related to the main topic or any other psychological topic.
    FOR A CHANCE TO PRESENT YOUR WORK AT THE CONGRESS, SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACTS HERE:
    For more information about submitting your abstract click here.
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