So in 2017 I will graduate from Coventry having studied a joint psychology course. Going into my final year, I have done alright, averaging at 68% at the moment. In my final year I plan to focus on my studies 100% and hopefully graduate with 1st.
I am fairly academic person with broad range of interests which include philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, languages, criminology and ethics. Ideally I would like to do masters that allows me to combine psychology and philosophy, or with a neuroscience element. This would be harder since my background does not fully match brain stuff.
When I applied to my Bachelor's I had my heart set on a career of forensic psychologist. (Thats why I decided to minor in criminology.) I would still like to do something related to this field but atm my enthusiasm towards this field has tuned down a bit. My goal is academic career and after master's go for Phd.
I have little more or relevant work and research experience. I have decided to apply for forensic mental health at King's and mental health sciences at UCL. I still have three choices free so I would appreciate loads if somebody could recommend good unis or courses.
Also, how are my chances with King's and UCL? The entry must be quite competetive.
Recommend a university to me!
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