Glasgow or Northumbria for MSc Psychology (Conversion)?Watch
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I don’t know about psychology so if you feel that’s extremely relevant here then take below as you wish.
Are you talking about the respected UofG? If so hands down pick there. Student satisfaction means nothing honestly it’s a survey done at the end of the course 25% bother to do it and it takes 5 mins.
Look at league tables for student satisfaction and have a laugh, see how low Cambridge is compared to Hull or similar.
Pick Glasgow there’s absolutely no contest and you’d really be making a mistake in my opinion.
First post here so apologies if this has already been mentioned. I have received an unconditional offer from both universities and I really cant decide which one to choose. I know the obvious choice is Glasgow but I am concerned about the course being offered by the school of education along with the fact that most tutors' research areas are too neuroscience focused. I am leaning towards Northumbria since student satisfaction for the conversion course also seems to be higher compared to Glasgow, but I would like to hear your thoughts and especially from people who have already attended either of those two.