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How are you finding psychology at uni?
What uni are you studying psychology at and would you recommend it?

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How are you finding psychology at uni?
What uni are you studying psychology at and would you recommend it?

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I did my MSc in Psychology at Arden University after studying at Manchester Met for my degree a few years back.

With whoever you consider studying at I would take an objective look at them by looking at the Universities QAA report (a bit like Ofsted for H.E) and their Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) report; both which can be found online quite easily.

I had a great time at Arden who also do a degree (BSc) https://arden.ac.uk/our-courses/unde...psychology-bps

There is a mixture of blended and online options available

Marc
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My name is Ivaylo and I'm a Student Ambassador at Coventry University.

I did my BSc (Hons) in Psychology at Coventry University, where I'm currently completing my MSc Health Psychology. I enjoyed my undergraduate journey at Coventry University so much that I decided to do a postgraduate course there. When applying for a BSc Psychology course, make sure that your course is accredited by The British Psychological Association (BPS). That will help you in many ways down the road, especially if you would like to study further or aspire to become a psychologist.

If you are interested in studying with us, here is a link that will make you familiar with the BSc (Hons) Psychology course that we offer - https://www.coventry.ac.uk/course-st...logy-bsc-hons/


Coventry University has been awarded University of the Year for Student Experience (2019) and three-time winner of the Modern University of the Year title, we are currently ranked 18th for student experience in the latest 2020 guide.

I hope that helps and good luck!
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I hope this helps and good luck!
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How are you finding psychology at uni?
What uni are you studying psychology at and would you recommend it?

Hi srossy

I didn't study Psychology, but i just wanted to highlight a few things that might help with your questions! You can find our undergraduate Psychology courses here: https://www.mmu.ac.uk/study/undergra...ct/psychology/ or you can search for other univitiesities here: https://digital.ucas.com/search

As a psychology graduate, there are a diverse range of career paths you could take. You might decide to pursue further training and a career as a psychologist, or use your transferrable skills to work across sectors from education to human resources. Depending upon the field of psychology you choose and level of further training you engage in, some of the places you might work in are local authorities, social services, prisons, sports clubs, NHS or private hospitals, schools, or rehabilitation centres.

You can find information on Psychology career paths here: Careers | Your journey into psychology (bps.org.uk) and find accredited courses byThe British Psychological Society (BPS) here: Find an accredited course | BPS

Many universities, will have an online chat system such as unibuddy available for you to talk to current students on and ask any questions you have about courses or what studying is like! Here at Manchester Met, you can chat to our students here: https://www.mmu.ac.uk/chatwithus/

I hope this helps!

Carly
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