Study psychology

Our psychology, business psychology and forensic psychology degrees are designed to develop your skills for a wide range of careers. Our courses are delivered by academic staff with internationally recognised expertise in psychological research. As well as being able to study psychology on its own, you can also combine the subject with criminology or sociology.

Your learning is supported by our excellent facilities; our purpose built laboratories give you access to the latest psychological analysis equipment including eye trackers, a driving simulator, EEG (the recording of brain activity) and an observation lab for interviews and behavioural recordings and specialised cognitive and physiological testing.

Our close links with a network of schools, hospitals and clinics will expose you to real-life working environments and add valuable work experience to your CV. Our three courses, Business Psychology, Forensic Psychology and Psychology, are accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS), so you'll be eligible for membership of the society upon graduation.

Many of our courses have an integrated foundation year or the option to undertake a placement year. Click on the course you're interested in below to find out more.

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Our Clearing hotline is now open and will remain open all summer. Places available on courses are often very popular, so don't wait, call us if you already have your results or as soon as you get them.

Call us on 0800 0483 334 (or +44 20 8328 1149 if you are calling from outside the UK) and speak to our friendly and knowledgeable hotliners who will be able to provide information on the courses we have available and will guide you through your options.

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