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Psychology is a very popular course at Liverpool Hope University - here are 5 reasons why students enjoy studying Psychology, here at Hope:


1. The course is accredited: One of the biggest draws towards our Psychology course is that the course is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS). This means that our course provides students with the up to date knowledge needed to progress onto further study or a career within the field.

Our Single Honours programmes combine the curriculum standards of the BPS (e.g. Biological Psychology, Individual Differences Psychology, Development Psychology) with an applied curriculum that draws on Cross-Cultural Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, Community Psychology, Educational Psychology, and Political Psychology.

2. State of the art facilities: The course is taught in our state of the art Health Sciences building, based on our Hope Park campus. This means that students have access to specialist equipment during the course of their studies. This includes access to a Child Lab, Eye Tracker, and EEG equipment.

3. Variation in teaching as assessment: With an emphasis on the process of learning, our lectures present new content, our seminars scaffold students’ development of scientific skills in interactive sessions with immediate feedback, and our small group tutorials support students as they apply skills through coursework. This structured variation in teaching delivery enables more in-depth learning. There are opportunities to enrich your chosen programme of study in a way that will help you in developing your psychological thinking. These include going on a placement, working as a research assistant in a laboratory, travelling to another country as part of Global Hope, or under the Erasmus study abroad scheme.

Coursework is also purposefully designed to vary in format, including essay- and report writing, design of posters and oral presentations, and end of year exams, with a view to enabling the development of a more well-rounded skill-set.



4. You can study Psychology with a range of other courses: We provide a number of programmes of study in Psychology. We have three Single Honours Undergraduate programmes: BSc Psychology, BSc Psychology in Education, and BSc Sports Psychology. Psychology is also offered as a combined honours, meaning it can be studied with a range of other subjects - from Dance to Early Childhood. All in all we have 25 combined
honours programmes.

5. You can continue onto Postgraduate study: We also offer Psychology (MSc). This course is open, as a conversion course, to those who have not studied Psychology during their undergraduate degree.



I hope this is useful to anyone thinking of studying Psychology at university! If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

Melissa :clap2:
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Hi,

Im going to be studying the msc psychology in october. Ive got a few questions though as ive not studied at the uni previously or been to the uni/spoke to anyone before. Who am i best speaking to?
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Hi,

Im going to be studying the msc psychology in october. Ive got a few questions though as ive not studied at the uni previously or been to the uni/spoke to anyone before. Who am i best speaking to?
Hi :hello:

Glad to hear you'll be joining us in September!

Feel free to email any questions over to [email protected] and we will do our best to help!

In the meantime, more information about MSc Psychology can be found here!

I hope this helps!

Melissa
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