Psychology is the scientific study of people, the mind and behaviour. On this BPS-accredited degree you will study the foundations of this fascinating subject. Topics include developmental and social psychology, personality and abnormal psychology and evolution and genetics for psychologists. Your teaching is informed by our internationally recognised research in areas such as visual and cognitive neuroscience, clinical psychology and disorders of development. This degree is also available as a four-year programme with an integrated professional placement.
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Newcastle is as fun a university you can hope for in the UK, while retaining its academic status as expected from one in the Russell Group. The Students’ Union is excellent here, with events, societies, sports clubs, good student care, and careers advice. Campus is a simple zebra crossing away from the high street. The average price of a pint is about £2.80. It’s as low as £2.20 at the SU bar. Trebles are often discounted if you know where to look. In all, why live in London like a pauper, when you can live like a lord in Newcastle?
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