BSc (Hons) in Applied Psychology
The pioneering course distinguishes this university from typical higher education institutions in the areas of teaching, learning and assessment. The excellent staff-to-student ratio and small cohorts allow the university to engage in progressive and unique teaching methods, offering a more interactive and student-centred learning environment. The emphasis is put on engaging students in discussion and debate, tackling current issues and trends in society.
The diverse and innovative range of assessments allows students to build a portfolio of personal and professional skills that are attractive to any employer. Examples include: field trips, delivering workshops, writing for different audiences, mock job interviews, and conference and poster presentations.
The unique position in the heart of the community allows the university to offer students the opportunity to complete a community-based project in the second year. This project also provides students with the skills required to complete your independent dissertation. By working with local organisations (in each year), they will get first-hand experience of psychology in practice.
The emphasis of the course is to understand the practical ways in which psychology can be applied.
- TOEFL iBT
- Students from countries outside the UK are expected to have entry qualifications roughly equivalent to UK A Level for undergraduate study
- Academic transcripts/marksheets and certificates
- Proof of English language proficiency
- Academic Reference
- Statement of purpose
- A copy of a passport
- If have previously studied or worked in the UK student must also provide a copy of their previous and/or current visa and any previous and/or current CAS letters (if applicable)
Students will gain direct experience at every level of the degree that will build upon their personal and professional skills that are most relevant and in demand by employers. Furthermore, BPS-accredited courses allow students who satisfy the requirements to proceed to training in a range of professional psychology occupations. Additional information can be found here