New Programme in Neuroscience and Psychology at King’s College London

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New Programme in Neuroscience and Psychology at King’s College London

4 July 2019

King’s College London has introduced a new undergraduate programme in Neuroscience and Psychology. King’s College is a world leader in the field of neuroscience and psychology and is ranked 2nd in the world for psychology and psychiatry (US News Global Universities).

The new BSc Neuroscience and Psychology programme at King’s is offered by one of the world’s leading neuroscience centres. The course focuses on the interplay between neuroscience and psychology exploring the relationship between mental and neural processes. The area of cognitive neuroscience is an exciting and growing field of research and practice. The course is a 3 years full-time taught programme with a 4th year professional placement or study abroad option. The course is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) providing a chartered membership of the society. 

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