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Hey, I got offers from both universities for an MSc psychology conversion course. can someone help me out with which uni is better for psychology?
Hi there,

I can't particularly say which is 'better' as there are many factors at play here. I would advise you to take a look at the specifics of the course, does a particular University offer certain modules whilst others don't? Are there some specialisms which you are particularly interested, and would therefore be interested in the University which caters to them both?

Malachy - University of Liverpool Student Rep
Original post by soni15505
Hey, I got offers from both universities for an MSc psychology conversion course. can someone help me out with which uni is better for psychology?


Hi @soni15505!

I may not be a student at either of those universities, but I can give some advice on choosing between two universities - and congratulations on receiving two offers!

Firstly, I'd definitely recommend visiting both universities in person, if you're able to, on an open day, or just to look around the area. This can really help you to get a feel for the place, and to help you decide if you can see yourself studying there. Secondly, I'd look at the two courses and make a list of the pros and cons, to help you to see how they compare with one another. You may find that one course looks more appealing and suited to your style of learning. And lastly, if you have any questions about the universities, try and find the email address for the department and see if they can help - this can be really helpful in easing any worry about uncertainties.

Best of luck!

~ Cathryn (Lancaster University Student Ambassador)

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