We are in the top ten in London for Psychology (Complete University Guide 2018).
Are you curious about people, the mind and behaviour? If so, it's likely that you'll find a degree in psychology particularly rewarding. Our course is jointly delivered by the Divisions of Psychology and Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences. It is ideal for students with an interest in both psychology and sport, and for those who wish to pursue a career in the psychology of sport, exercise and/or physical activity.
At Brunel, our academic staff are leading experts in areas like cross- cultural psychology and neuroscience.
This is a four year sandwich course (with Professional Development) where you can benefit from two high-quality placements in a variety of settings, including the public sector and research environments. Students have worked in clinical psychology at St George's Hospital; the Institute of Psychiatry; community programmes for vulnerable groups such as Hillingdon and Ealing Victim Support; Royal Free Hospital; and Holloway Prison. Students have also worked on research in psychology at medical schools across London.
Our emphasis is on the real-life significance of psychology and we encourage you to explore the relationship between the practical and theoretical aspects of the subject.
You will learn in lectures and seminars, and in the lab. You'll use information technology to gain important skills in areas such as experimental psychology and psychophysics as you increasingly specialise in your own particular area of interest.
As a Brunel graduate (with a second class degree or above) in Psychology or Psychology (Sport, Health and Exercise) you qualify for the British Psychological Society - an essential entry qualification if you decide to go on to postgraduate professional training in psychology. This programme has a Study Abroad Scheme which gives you the opportunity to spend a term at the prestigious University of California.
We'll make sure you gain valuable experience so you can develop a stand-out CV. Our graduates have found positions in education, mental health and healthcare. They work in roles such as assistant psychologist, forensics, mental health support worker, health and wellbeing project officer, healthcare assistant, lecturer, rehabilitation assistant, social therapist and support worker.
Our BSc Psychology courses are accredited by The British Psychological Society.
Level 1: Compulsory Foundations of Psychology I: Learning and Social Psychology Foundations of Psychology II: Brain and Cognition Psychological Perspectives on Contemporary Issues Research Methods Statistics Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing Introduction to the Psychology of Sport and Exercise.
Level 2: Compulsory Biological Psychology Developmental Psychology Cognitive Psychology Quantitative Research Methods Qualitative Research Methods Advanced Data Analysis Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing in the Lifecourse The Psychology of Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity: Theory and Application.
Year 3 (Placement Year): Sandwich placement
Level 3: Compulsory Advanced Issues in Social Psychology Advanced Issues in Individual Differences Issues in Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing.
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Great staff and a mixed, international crowd of students and staff. The union offers plenty of great opportunities to volunteer and join societies that really help you experience new things and meet new people. The campus is really tight so everyone gets on and you’ll make loads of friends. Uxbridge is alright, campus wise, with Liquid and the Union doing most of your nights out and London an hour away on the train if you fancy the big city to do some shopping or the like.
Provisional for Year 1 for EU at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for England at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for Scotland at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for Wales at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for Channel Islands at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for International at £16,850
The university is very friendly, there are a lot of events going on and the lectures are very in-depth but also requires further reading (of course). The university is huge so you are bound to make friends. The university is close to the town centre where all shops are available. There are also tube links to central London (Piccadilly line)
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