Be part of an international exchange, attend a European Summer School or learn from psychology students in different European countries what keeps them busy by attending a fantastic psychology student congress! ALEP is part of the European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations (EFPSA) and as a member of ALEP you are able to take part in events that are organized throughout Europe and benefit from all the EFPSA services.
EFPSA, the European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations is a network of European psychology students’ associations, run on a voluntary basis by and for psychology students all over Europe. It now consists of 32 psychology students‘ organizations of 32 European countries. To see the list of countries, click here: http://www.efpsa.org/members/.
In line with ALEP’s mission and values, EFPSA
- represents the needs and interests of psychology students,
- promotes the scientific cooperation and cultural exchange between them and enhance their mobility,
- connects students, psychologists, institutions, and professional organizations on a national (and a European level).
EFPSA is the most reliable and widely acknowledged representative of all European psychology students and in that aim works in collaboration with the Federation of National Psychology Associations (EFPA), the European Youth Foundation (EYF), the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) and more. Click here to find out more about EFPSA’s partners!
Every member country has a Member Representative (MR). The role of the MRs is very important: They have to function as a link between their country’s psychology students and the Executive Board of EFPSA. During the General Assembly at the annual congress, Member Representatives vote on proposals and elect the Board of Management for the next mandate.
As a member of ALEP you can benefit from all of EFPSA’s services and attend their events. Click here to find out more about them!
For more information about EFPSA check out www.efpsa.org or contact ALEP’s Member Representative: