The School of Psychology has been offering degrees in psychology for well over 35 years. Many of our experienced staff are also practitioners and provide a stimulating and supportive environment in which to study psychology. Many of the courses are professionally accredited by the British Psychological Society and the Health Professions Council.
In addition the School offers a range of Masters and Doctoral programmes in professional areas of psychology such as occupational, health, counselling and forensic psychology as well as research degrees. The School has an internationally recognised research capability covering a range of topics including developmental, social, cognitive, biological, counselling and abnormal psychology.
The School has laboratory facilities in the Holloway Road Science Centre and Tech Tower buildings. These include: Sensory lab, Psychophysiological lab, Observation lab, Health Clinic, Usability lab and Psychology Project lab.
The laboratory facilities have been designed to be flexible and provide support for a wide variety of psychological research and teaching. All Psychology labs are bookable by individual students or student practical groups.
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