InLab organises a range of courses, including AIR short Courses at Goldsmiths, University of London, Science Dissemination courses and Summer Schools for young scientists.

AIR short courses @ Goldsmiths

InLab, in collaboration with IBL, provides short intensive training courses in Psychology; Genetics; Data Analysis; Academic Writing, Publishing and Presenting; Public Speaking; International Business Law; and Advocacy.

Intensive 5 or 3 day courses:

Evening courses: 

One day courses:

What our students say

The past two weeks have been an absolutely invaluable experience – providing me with so much knowledge and insight, not only in the law, but also psychology, genetics and British culture. The course content really affirmed the career path I want to take…

I will definitely be recommending the course to my university and friends. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Goldsmiths, everyone was so lovely, welcoming!…

Law student, Australia

…doing this course was and is one of the better choices that I have made in my life. … I thoroughly enjoyed the interaction with my teachers and they managed to make very complicated matter easily to digest. … .

Quality Assurance Manager (Banking), Netherlands

The course was extremely useful.  I have learned so much!

Researcher, Russia

MSc Human Development: Genetics, Neuroscience and Psychology

InLab, has been instrumental in setting up the interdisciplinary MSc programme in English. Goldsmiths’ academics and other InLab Associate Members contribute to this programme.

In 2016-17, InLAB received Erasmus+ Learning Mobility Grant for 18 staff and students between Goldsmiths and Tomsk State University.

International Summer School Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Intelligence July 12 – 14, 2016, St Petersburg, Russia

The International Summer School directly preceded the International Society for Intelligence Research (ISIR) Annual Conference, July 15 – 17, 2016. The school was organized by the Psychological Institute of Russian Academy of Education and supported by the Russian Science Foundation (project №15-18- 30055) and was open free of charge for students and early career researchers attending the ISIR conference.

The International Summer School introduced different aspects of intelligence research through sessions given by leading scientists, including Professors Robert Plomin, Phillip Dale, Steven Petrill, David Lubinski, Xinlin Zhou, Michael A. McDaniel, Yulia Kovas, Elsa Khusnutdinova, Sergey Malykh. In addition, practical workshops provided foundations for key methodological, analytical, and other academic skills – necessary for high quality research. The School provided excellent networking opportunities, including during a visit to magnificent Peterhof and a reception on the last day of the School.

Attendees benefited from Conference Presentation / Public Speaking training delivered by  Professor Yulia Kovas and Fatos Selita, a Barrister of England and Wales and Attorney of New York State.