Hey everyone; first time posting!
I'm a senior from the US and I recently got two acceptances to MSc programs at King's and Bristol! But now I'm having a lot of confusion in picking which program would be best to go to. I want to eventually get a PhD in Clinical Neuropsychology, and primarily do research, and can see clear pros and cons of each program in focusing more on research or focusing on neuropsychology. Anybody have any opinions on either university?
MSc Psychiatric Research at King's vs. MSc Applied Neuropsychology at Bristol? watch
- Thread Starter
- 26-02-2016 00:33
- 18-05-2016 16:17
have you made a decision yet?
I would wholeheartedly recommend KCL as a current student here! I am studying mental health studies but the whole atmosphere at KCL alone is worth coming to study here. There are great opportunities to get involved in the current research - which we are ranked 2nd in the world for by the way! Take a read of some current psychiatric papers and you will see soo many of them have been written by researchers based here in the same building that you will be studying in - the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. The close campus feel of Denmark Hill means that you are having lunch with these same researchers - and I've often gone up to researchers to ask them about their research which puts you in great stead for going on to do a phd!
Please feel free to ask more questions!