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The Jacobs BSc in Integrated Social and Cognitive Psychology is built on a multi-level approach to human behavior, reflecting the insight that behavior is constrained and shaped by factors that range from biological and psychological variables to socio-cultural contexts. These factors interact in an intricate fashion in their effects on behavior. Our program focuses on equipping you with the skills to analyze, model, and eventually influence those multi-level interactions. You will explore in depth how diverse, for instance, relationships between individual people, between social groups, and even between cultures, may become as a function of influences from those different levels.
TOEFL or equivalent for non-native speakers of English
Completed application form for admission, essay in English, two letters of recommendation, school transcripts from the last four years, SAT Reasoning Test or ACT, TOEFL scores or equivalent
500 EUR enrolment fee
Costs of living
8,000 EUR per year for room and full board (single room, shared bathroom and three meals a day) during the fall and spring semesters.
Campus jobs are available at Jacobs University Bremen.
Funding opportunities within the university
All students can apply for financial aid packages, which normally consist of a combination of grants and student loans. Jacobs University Bremen awards generous scholarships to motivated, socially committed, excellent academic performers from around the globe who are outstanding representatives of their parts of the world.
We offer an orientation week, which includes of the all the information that is important to new students (residence permit, insurance, student life, academic matters etc.).
Services and support for international students
The orientation week is the same for all students. Faculty advisers, senior student advisers, local volunteers and host families in Bremen have worked closely with us to make our students feel welcome in their new environment.
Jacobs University Bremen is a campus university. Undergraduate students live in apartments with two single rooms in residential colleges. The campus provides a gym, a fitness centre, a football pitch, sport courts, a cinema, and a Student Activity Center. Residential colleges are led by Resident Mentors, College Coordinators and their student teams.