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Which is the best university in London to complete a MSC course in forensic mental health/ psychology
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Which is the best university in London to complete a MSC course in forensic mental health/ psychology
It's easy enough to find out which London uni has the best psychology course - use the Guardian good uni guide.

UCL 5th
Kings College 11th
Royal Holloway 25th
West London 47th
Roehampton 48th
Goldsmiths 56th
East London 59th
Greenwich 65th
London South Bank 70th
Middlesex 77th
St Marys Twickenham 85th
Queen Mary 93rd
London Met 104th
Westminster 106th

It's much harder to find out which unis run a course on forensic mental health - it's such a specialised subject. My suggestion would be to contact the above unis to see if they have such a course.
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It's easy enough to find out which London uni has the best psychology course - use the Guardian good uni guide.

UCL 5th
Kings College 11th
Royal Holloway 25th
West London 47th
Roehampton 48th
Goldsmiths 56th
East London 59th
Greenwich 65th
London South Bank 70th
Middlesex 77th
St Marys Twickenham 85th
Queen Mary 93rd
London Met 104th
Westminster 106th

It's much harder to find out which unis run a course on forensic mental health - it's such a specialised subject. My suggestion would be to contact the above unis to see if they have such a course.
Thanks & yeah MSc forensic mental health is quite limited especially if I’m just focusing on London but so far QMUL, KLC, Roehampton, RHU & Kingston offer a Msc in forensic psychology/Mental health
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Which is the best university in London to complete a MSC course in forensic mental health/ psychology
Hi, my name is Alex and I am ambassador at Middlesex.

Middlesex is great university which can provide you excellent facilities for studying. You can explore our campus here, during virtual tour: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/get-in-touch/virtual-tour Middlesex is about 10 minutes far away from Hendon Central station, where Northern Line works. You can also take a bus which will take you straight up to university. Our campus is new and modern.

About your course, you can look at different psychology courses here: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/psychology
Middlesex offer Psychology with Counselling Skills BSc Honours. Combing psychological theory and research with therapeutic practice, this course is an ideal stepping stone towards a career in counselling, psychotherapy, as well as clinical psychology. During your BSc in Psychology with Counselling you’ll gain a broad understanding of psychology, alongside developing specialist counselling skills. You’ll also learn about mental health practices and how they are studied and researched. You can read more about this course here: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/underg...selling-skills

Our tutors at Middlesex are really supportive and students are priority for them. At Middlesex we have the MDX Work- it’s an employability service, free of charge for the students, where you can book and appointment or just pop in and ask for help with your CV, cover letter, finding a job, internship or a placement.

If you need more information, please contact me.

I wish you all the best with your application. Best, Alex
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Goldsmiths also do the MSc forensic psyc course (level 1)
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