Psychology studies the human mind and behaviour and seeks to understand and explain thought and emotion. Most psychology programmes taught at UK universities provide students with a broad background in practical applications, experimental methodology, information technology and theory construction.
There are two different types of undergraduate degrees in Psychology; the Bachelor of Arts which focuses on liberal arts and education, and Bachelor of Science which looks at science and mathematics.
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Psychology courses in the UK cover different branches of psychology such as criminal, educational, applied, law, management and forensic while psychology modules include research, statistical methods and brain behaviour in addition to other specialisations.
Psychology graduates move into a wide variety of public and private sector roles including human resources, social work, mental health care, psychotherapy, advertising, marketing and teaching.
Source: The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
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Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
To learn more about the best Psychology courses in the UK, find details on the top ten ranking Psychology universities in the Guardian University Guide 2022 below:
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