David Modic
Honorary University Fellow

Profile

Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia in 1973. Finished high-school for computer sciences in 1991. Enrolled into University of Ljubljana, Department for Social Pedagogy in 1993. Received BSc (distinction) in 1999, with GPA of 9.0/10.00. Enrolled into MSc at the University of Ljubljana, Department for Social Pedagogy in 2001, awarded MSc (distinction) in 2006. Applied for a research position at the University of Exeter in 2007, was accepted as a PGR in 2008. In 2009 became an EGF. HEA certified in 2010. Certified Transactional Analysis Counsellor (CTAC). PhD in Psychology awarded in 2013.

Qualifications

  • 2013 : PhD, University of Exeter
  • 2010 : AHEA - Higher Education Academy
  • 2006 : MSc (distinction) - University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education, department for Social Pedagogy
  • 2007 : Certified Transactional Analysis Counsellor - Psychopolis Institute, Novi Sad, Serbia
  • 1999 : BSc (distinction) - University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education, department for Social Pedagogy
  • 1992 : Graduated High School for Computer Science (A-levels score equivalent AAAAB)

Career

2013 - : Honorary University Fellow at the University of Exeter.
2008 - 2012: EGF at the University of Exeter, School of Psychology.
2007 - Present: PITA - Modic and associates Unltd. Pita is a consultancy company, offering advice on global image, financial development and inter-organisational dynamics. CEO, Project manager and Founder.
2004 – 2007: Centre for treatment of drug addiction, University Psychiatric Hospital, Ljubljana. Group and individual therapist in a IC unit for detoxication. Occasional lecturer on theory of addiction and theory of emotions. 
2001 - 2007: sinister systems – interactive content development company. CEO, Project manager and one of the Founders. 
2000 - 2002: South East European Education Cooperation Network - a joint effort of University of Ljubljana and KulturKontakt (Graz, Austria), an on-line network providing comprehensive coverage of educational issues covering the whole field of South – Eastern Europe. The project is sponsored by OSI, Austrian Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs and The Austrian Ministry of Education, Science and Culture. Was the online content editor.
 

 

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Email
Tel+44 759 595 1920
BuildingWashington Singer
Office304
AddressWashington Singer Laboratories
Psychology
College of Life and Environmental Sciences
University of Exeter
Exeter
EX4 4QG
UK

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