We are a student-centred team that cares about employability and we will give you the skills and knowledge to make the most of your degree and your career. As a tightly knit team, we will provide you with the space to develop your interests in psychology and also bridge the gap between education and employment. In our vibrant and dynamic department, we will ensure that you have the opportunity to flourish.
Why study with us?
You will be taught by a group of friendly and approachable academics who care about your progress and development
You will have a personal tutor who will be there to support you through your degree
You will gain excellent skills in research methods, crucial to successful career development
You will be able to choose from a wide range of final year modules to follow your own interests
- You will enjoy the benefits of an active psychology society that organises film nights, charity events and much, much more.
As part of your studies you will also have the opportunity to apply and participate in the Erasmus exchange scheme, which can lead to you undertaking study abroad in your second year.
Learning & Teaching
A variety of learning and teaching methods are used, and this will include lecture series supported by seminars, workshops and tutorials. Learning and teaching is tailored to the needs of students in different modules, so each module will be different developing skills and knowledge appropriate to the subject area. All modules are supported by Blackboard, which helps students to access information when it is needed. Notes, reading and discussion boards are used to support student learning.
A personal tutor scheme supports students with academic and pastoral support from the first year onwards, and using our Initial Professional Development we work to encourage students to set and achieve their academic and career goals through all three years of the programme.
Assessment may be through coursework (e.g. essays, reports and seminar presentations) or formal examinations (which take place in May/June each year) and by coursework.
Employability & Careers
Career opportunities exist for graduates where knowledge of people and how they communicate is valued. The course is an ideal foundation for further study in postgraduate psychology courses leading to a qualification as an occupational, educational, clinical, and forensic or health psychologist, also leading to other postgraduate courses such as PGCE. Graduates will also be able to enter careers in personnel management, advertising, health promotion and many areas of industry.
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Last updated September 28, 2017