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Your undergraduate degree

Our BSc Psychology degree explores every aspect of human behaviour, from biological, social and developmental psychology through to psychological disorders and cognitive neuroscience. Our graduates are perceptive individuals and original thinkers, making a difference in many areas of society: from psychological research and practice to law, teaching, marketing and advertising.

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Your course

Psychology is the key to understanding human behaviour, from how we develop and interact with each other, to the biological processes that underpin it all. Our degree will teach you about a huge range of different fields within psychology, from ground-breaking social studies to cutting edge neuroscience. View our list of modules here.

The people who'll teach you are world-class academics. They are experts in areas spanning child development to robotics, so you'll learn what it's like to be a professional psychologist by studying the theory, designing experiments and putting your new knowledge into practice.

You'll get outstanding support from departmental staff throughout your degree, inspirational teaching and the access to state-of-the-art equipment.

Find out more about our courses: BSc Psychology | BSc Psychology with Foundation Year

Your future

Our courses are accredited by the British Psychological Society, making your degree the first step towards a professional career as a Chartered Psychologist. It gives you the opportunity to train as a specialist and get great graduate jobs in clinical, educational and occupational psychology.

According to the latest figures, 92% of our 2014 graduates that were available for employment were in work or further study within six months of finishing uni. In general, our students go into a wide range of careers in, for example, social work, nursing, teaching, personnel management, market research, advertising and sales.

Your personal tutor will help you with careers advice throughout your degree. You'll also pick up skills that are useful in lots of areas, such as critical thinking, problem solving, communication and data handling.

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