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This page is for KBS students who wish to go on ERASMUS or international exchange. Incoming international and exchange students should visit the International Students page.
The KBS currently has close to 60 partner institutions in Europe as well as a growing number of partners in America and Asia. KBS undergraduate students that are interested in studying at one of our partner institutions can access all the information they need from the ERASMUS information page (for our European partners) and the international exchange information page (for our non-European partners).
Follow KBS Exchange on Twitter for updates on exchange opportunities and what are partners are up to.
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Contributions from organizational justice to behavioral ethics, e-HRM and intervention research
All are welcome to attendMay
Denis O’Hora (NUI Galway) will present his research on basic decision making using mouse tracking and eye tracking.May