Nordic-Baltic Doctoral Network
in Psychology

About us
Participating countries and groups
Steering Board
Research Training
Annual Meetings
Travel Invoice


What is Nordic-Baltic Doctoral Network in Psychology?

The Nordic-Baltic Doctoral Network in Psychology (NBDNP) is a joint network of the doctoral schools, departments and research institutes in a variety of areas of psychology in 8 countries. The main aim of the network is to provide high-quality doctoral training by increasing the collaboration in the Nordic-Baltic area and North-West Russia. In addition, the Network is aiming at increasing the mobility of doctoral students and post docs, combining efforts in arranging courses and meetings, and disseminating information on education and research groups.

The following countries are involved in the network: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Norway and Sweden.


Nordic-Baltic September School in Psychology was organised in Jurmala, Latvia, in September 2010. For more information, visit -> courses 2010

Nordic-Baltic Doctoral Network in Psychology board met in Helsinki on 30-31 August, 2011.

September School 2012 is held in St Petersburg on Sept 18-21, 2012.
Please, find the announcement HERE.
NB! The deadline for registration is already on May 20!

Questions about web site? Contact: Jussi Kinnunen
Updated: August 17, 2011