Northumbria University (https://www.northumbria.ac.uk) is an international research-rich university with a global vision and strong links to industries and businesses. Northumbria promotes excellence in interdisciplinary research and emphasizes research-based teaching. Northumbria is one of Britain’s largest universities with the total of 27,000 students in 2017 (around 5,000 postgraduates). Former students include leaders in show business, sports, and industry including Sting, Victoria Pendleton, and Sir Jonathan Ive. Northumbria is home to world leading research laboratories renowned for ground-breaking research that is responsive to the science & technology, health & well being, economic & social and arts & cultural needs of the communities. Northumbria researchers have an impressive track record of collaborating with like-minded international research, education and business partners making an impact domestically and internationally. Department of Psychology is one of the leading departments at Northumbria in terms of staff submitted to the Research Excellence Framework assessment. This is a community of active researchers in committed to excellence in research and first-class teaching. The Department has a strong record of promoting business facing professional engagement. With well-respected psychology courses accredited by the British Psychological Society, students benefit from teaching informed by the latest research from world-renowned research centres which have delivered more than £5 million of externally funded research in the last five years. Northumbria Psychology Department is one of the University’s largest single-subject departments with more than 850 students.