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European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA) is the leading Federation of National Psychology Associations. It provides a forum for European cooperation in a wide range of fields of academic training, psychology practice and research. EFPSA is an affiliate member of EFPA since June 2001. Through this cooperation, European psychology students can be a part of EFPA Boards, Standing Committees, Task Forces, and Working Groups. Representatives visit the most important meetings of the two organisations and students have the possibility to give their input to developing different fields of psychology in Europe.

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The European Youth Foundation (EYF) is a fund established in 1972 by the Council of Europe to provide financial and educational support for European youth activities. It is a division in the Youth Department of the Council of Europe’s Directorate of Democratic Citizenship and Participation, Directorate General of Democracy. The mission, roles and responsibilities of the Directorate of Democratic Citizenship and Participation are: Rooted in the European Cultural Convention, the mission of Directorate of Democratic Citizenship and Participation is to develop democracy, human rights and the rule of law through education and youth policy and practice. The programmes focus on the emerging generation, enabling children and young people to become engaged and responsible European citizens who advocate human rights and participate fully in democratic life.

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IAAP is the International Association of Applied Psychology. It aims to encourage and support an international approach to student research and student professional orientations. The IAAP Student Division was created during the year 2002. The mission of the Students Division is to support a network of students who share a common interest in international development, trends, applications, and research in applied psychology.

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Eurosender is a recognized and popular online booking platform for shipping various items from one EU country to another and domestically. With Eurosender, ordering shipping is simple, reliable and affordable. By using excellent parcel shipping or freight transport services booked through Eurosender you can ship your goods economically, efficiently and completely carefree. You only book on our website in 3 easy steps and Eurosender takes care of the rest!

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Housing Anywhere is a housing platform where people can rent out rooms to international students.

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We're powered by Podio - online project management software to easily manage teams, projects and much more in one central place. Work the way you want to with the unique ability to create your own apps.

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Pruffme is an easy way for a real-time collaboration and teamwork. It features online broadcasting, document and screen sharing, a white board to visualize and present ideas, instant polls and webinar recording. Another way to share your knowledge is to create online courses containing videos, audio materials, presentations, and tasks which you can grade and comment. All EFPSA friends can get a free plan. To request it, please send an email to support@pruffme.com.

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Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, is the world’s leading academic publishers in Behavioural Science, the Humanities and Social Sciences. They publish thousands of books and journals each year, serving students, scholars, instructors, and professional communities worldwide. Their current publishing program encompasses groundbreaking textbooks and premier, peer-reviewed research from across the globe.

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ServerGrove is our websites' cool hosting provider.

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StudyPortals is the international study choice platform, enabling students to find and compare their study options across borders. With over 120,000 published courses from over 2,450 participating universities and over 19 million unique visitors per year, StudyPortals is a leading information source for study seekers. StudyPortals was initiated out of an international student organisation in 2008 and initially focused on the European education market. Since 2014 the organisation, with its headquarter in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, expanded its services and is now also covering universities in the US, Canada and Australia and Asia. For universities, StudyPortals is a key channel for international student recruitment.

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The Right to Research Coalition (R2RC) is an international alliance of student organisations, which collectively represent nearly 7 million students in over 100 countries, that work to promote Open Access to scientific and scholarly journals through advocacy and education. Founded by students in the summer of 2009, the R2RC’s mission is to promote an open scholarly publishing system based on the belief that no student should be denied access to the articles they need because their institution cannot afford the often high cost of access. As a member of the R2RC, EFPSA has identified Open Access as a top priority and an opportunity to create positive social impact. EFPSA actively promotes Open Access on a European level amongst its Working Community, partners and associates.

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Six Seconds is an emotional intelligence network promoting best practices via methods and tools that are global, scientific, and transformational. We teach the skills of emotional intelligence to fill the "missing link" needed for people to become more aware, intentional, and purposeful so individuals, teams, organizations, families, schools, and communities flourish.

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The European Dental Students’ Association (EDSA) was founded in 1988 and currently represents more than 65,000 dental students from 182 dental schools in 30 different countries. The EDSA is a non-profitable and a non-political organization that is open to all local or national dental students’ associations in the European region. The EDSA aims to raise a constant “students’ point of view” in a national and international forum in addition to expressing European dental students’ opinions on educational, professional and social aspects of dentistry.

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The European Medical Students´ Association – Association Européenne des Étudiants en Médecine (EMSA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation representing medical students from all across Europe. Founded 1990 in Brussels, it is the only voice of students within the European Medical Organisations. EMSA is recognised by the European Parliament, the European Commission, and the United Nations. The association provides a platform for high-level advocacy, projects, trainings, workshops and international meetings. Its activities gather around Medical Education, Medical Ethics and Human Rights, Health Policy, Public Health, Medical Science and European Integration and Culture.

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EPSA is an umbrella organisation of all European pharmacy students’ associations, representing more than 160,000 students in 37 European countries. The Association has a permanent office in Brussels and conducts its activities through regular congresses, training events, publications, campaigns, exchange programmes, collaboration with professional organisations and virtual presence. The vision of the Association is to represent, reach and engage every single pharmacy student in Europe to collaborate on the development of the future of pharmacy and healthcare together. The mission of the Association is to actively engage at student and professional level, bringing pharmacy, knowledge and students together while promoting personal development.

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EUPHAnxt is a unique network and platform within the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) for students and early career researchers, policymakers and professionals in the field of public health. EUPHAnxt is a free and open initiative that aims to sensitize and involve the future generations into the European and multidisciplinary network of public health associations. EUPHAnxt was established in 2011 and since then it is coordinated by young professionals and has grown into a network with almost 1300 subscribers.

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IFISO is the ‘Informal Forum for International Student Organisations’, a non-political and no-profit forum for various student-run organizations. Currently it consists of 27 student organizations, covering more than two million students all together in different fields of study; history students, psychology students, law students, (veterinary) medicine students, etc . Annual IFISO meetings are normally held twice a year, hosted by local committees of member organizations. Leaders of international student organisations come together during these meetings to share ideas, best practices and network. Every international organisation that is run by and for students is welcome to join IFISO.

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The International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA), founded in 1951, is one of the worlds oldest and largest student-run organisation. It represents, connects and engages every day with a inspiring and engaging network of 1.3 million medical students from 136 national members organisations in 127 countries around the globe.

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Psychosocial Innovation Network is a non-governmental organization founded with the aim of achieving various goals in the field of psychological practice. PIN’s main goals are creation, development, improvement and application of diverse psychological interventions. Specific focus is put on conducting quantitative and qualitative psychosocial research which enables the creation of evidence-based recommendations for practice improvement and development of psychosocial and educational interventions which meet the needs of individuals, groups and the entire society. In this way PIN achieves its specific goals, related to providing psychosocial support, empowerment, and improvement of the quality of life of individuals, particularly from vulnerable and marginalized groups. PIN’s interventions include as well raising of public awareness and advocating for various social and psychological challenges PIN’s beneficiaries face.

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SCHUHFRIED is an internationally oriented company providing products and services in the fields of psychological assessment, cognitive training and biofeedback. The family business, founded in 1947, is based in Moedling on the outskirts of Vienna. With more than 42 sales networks and distributors all over the world, SCHUHFRIED operates globally. SCHUHFRIED was the first company in the world to develop a digital psychological test system: the Vienna Test System (VTS). Originally a pioneer of digital testing, SCHUHFRIED is now an acknowledged expert in this field. More than 13 million tests are administered using the Vienna Test System each year – for recruitment and suitability assessment, to assess fitness to drive, for neuropsychological and clinical purposes, in research projects and in high-level sport. SCHUHFRIED’s product portfolio also includes CogniPlus, a cognitive training and rehabilitation program, as well as Biofeedback Xpert, a modular biofeedback system that uses wireless technology.

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Willingness is a multi-disciplinary team made up of professionals from different fields, offering diverse services related to family, sex, and health. It aims to help individuals, couples and businesses to succeed in whatever they set their mind at. Willingness has been organising Workshops, Seminars and Conferences (with local and guest speakers) since 2011 and produced TV and radio programs about sex and sexuality on local channels. Moreover Willingness offers a number of diverse Services related to family, sex and health.

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