Fromthe latest breaking news stories to our own personal relationships, psychologyis the backbone of modern society. Our degree opens doors to many fascinating psychology career choices.
Duringyour time with us, you will be introduced to the core areas of psychology andseek to understand mind and behaviour. This will be through hands-onexperimentation, observation and measurement. We have well-equipped facilitiesand laboratories to support all your activities on our psychology courses. Ourcreative teaching methods and assessment techniques are designed to beinnovative and bring the best out of our students.
Onthis three-year degree, you will learn how to conduct, analyse and reportpsychological research through a series of guided-learning exercises. Ourrenowned tutors, who are all experts in their field, show how to take thesemethods and employ them in work and life. This culminates in an exciting,independent research project in your final year where you take the reignsbefore embarking on your career.
Youwill study the socio-psychological processes that shape our relationships witheach other. This includes both adults and children, observing perception,attention, memory and emotion. You will take alook at thebehaviour, personality and thought in children, as well as studying thedevelopment of language and the biological processes that underpin all humanbehaviour. And by the end of your degree you will have a firm understanding ofthe causes and treatment of abnormal behaviour.Ranking
Our psychology degrees are ranked within the top 5 in London for student satisfaction by the Complete University Guide 2017.
We combine high-quality teaching with world-class research and a vibrant student experience. We offer well-equipped laboratories and facilities to support all your activities. We pride ourselves in creative teaching methods and assessment techniques and are consistently rated highly in the National Student Survey.Membership of the British Psychological Society
*To be eligible for Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC), which is necessary to become a chartered psychologist, you must achieve at least a lower second class honours and must also pass the independent research project.