You’re drawn to ideas about human behaviour. You want to explore the science and history around the way we think. Our courses offer total immersion, with access to state-of-the-art psychology facilities including EEG and Eye-Tracking labs. Study in Cambridge – a city renowned for its contribution to the study of the human psyche.
What makes people think and feel the way they do? Study our Cambridge-based, British Psychological Society-accredited degree and take the first step towards a career as a chartered psychologist. Learn from academics who are experts in their fields, gain research skills in our excellent specialist labs and facilities, and put theory into practice through course projects and an optional placement year. Continue your professional training after graduating and specialise as a forensic, clinical, health or occupational psychologist.
Fascinated by psychological disorders and their treatment? Our Cambridge-based degree, accredited by the British Psychological Society, is designed to introduce you to clinical and health psychology and develop your analytical skills using our specialist labs and facilities. You’ll engage with academics carrying out world-leading research, while an optional placement year and advanced modules in clinical and developmental psychology will give you a head start if you choose to study further to become a professional clinical, health or forensic psychologist.
Is there such a thing as a criminal mind? What is the relationship between criminology and psychology? Explore both subjects in parallel on our fascinating, Cambridge-based course and learn from practising forensic and clinical psychologists. You’ll attend the Old Bailey in London, sit in on live trials at Crown Court and visit Auschwitz in Krakow. Our strong industry links and your dual Honours degree will open up career opportunities in psychology, criminology, and the police, prison and probation services.
Develop a detailed understanding of what makes people, groups or societies think and do the things they do.
This new area of study, explores the relationship between ‘self’ and society. It’s an excellent choice if you’re considering a career in fields such as health, education, criminal justice, social work or HR management.