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The teaching model aims at potentiating student and faculty interaction across the three campi, relying on four main strategies: (1) opportunities for distance learning; (2) joint intensive workshops integrating students and faculty from the three universities; (3) hybrid model combining online and live training;  (4) intensive research and clinical practicum.

Distance Learning - Some of the courses include weekly lectures taught at one campus and provided in real time to the other two campi. This is the case of the following courses: Functional Neuroanatomy; Cognitive, Emotional and Social Neurosciences; Neuropsychological and Psychopathological Syndromes.

Joint intensive workshops - Other courses consist of intensive joint workshops provided simultaneously to all students alternating at different campi. This is the case of Research Methods in Neuropsychology and Clinical Neuropsychology Skills.

Hybrid Model - Still other courses will follow an hybrid model in which online weekly sessions in real time will be followed up by practical activities in each of the campi. Courses operating under an hybrid model include: Neuropsychological Assessment and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.

Intensive Research and Clinical Practicum - Finally, the experimental neuropsychology rotations (major and minor) and master thesis, along with the clinical neuropsychology practicum, include intensive practical training in the associated labs and/or clinics. Clinical and research residence activities are followed up with weekly seminars provided real time to students from the three campi.

Teaching Language- English