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Psychology

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.

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Psychology

Undergraduate - BSc (Hons)

Placement year available
Study in:
Cambridge
Available as:
3-years-full-time
,
4 years with placement
,
4 years with foundation
Course features
  • Specialise from Year 1 with a range of optional modules
  • Study in state-of-the-art psychology labs
  • Gain real-life experience with a placement year

Psychology with Clinical Psychology

Undergraduate - BSc (Hons)

Placement year available
Study in:
Cambridge
Available as:
3 years
,
4-years-with-placement
,
4 years with foundation
Course features
  • Learn about the diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders
  • Specialise in areas such as neuroscience or workplace psychology
  • Enhance your CV with a placement year

Psychology with Criminology

Undergraduate - BSc (Hons)

Placement year available
Study in:
Cambridge
Available as:
3 years full-time
,
4 years with foundation year
,
4 years with placement
Course features
  • Explore psychology and criminology on our joint honours degree
  • Sit in on live Crown Court trials
  • Learn about offending and rehabilitation from trainee forensic psychologists

Psychosocial Studies

Undergraduate - BA (Hons)

Study in:
University Centre Peterborough
Available as:
Full-time
,
Part-time
Course features
Develop a detailed understanding of what makes people, groups or societies think and do the things they do.

Psychosocial Studies

Undergraduate - BA (Hons)

Study in:
University Centre West Anglia (King's Lynn)
Available as:
Full-time
,
Part-time
Course features
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.