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Brunel University – BSc Psychology

BSc Psychology

Psychology courses at Brunel emphasise the everyday and real-life significance of psychology by encouraging you to explore the relationship between the practical and theoretical aspects of the subject, both through academic study and work placements.

Psychology is often defined as the study of behaviour and of the mind. Through their theories and research, psychologists investigate a diverse range of topics including:

  • The relationship between the brain, behaviour and subjective experience
  • Human development
  • The influence of other people on the individual’s thoughts, feelings and behaviour
  • Psychological disorders and their treatment
  • The impact of culture on the individual’s behaviour and subjective experience
  • Differences between people in terms of their personality and intelligence
  • People’s ability to acquire, organise, remember and use knowledge to guide their behaviour

Course Content

Semester 1

  • Foundations of Psychology II: Brain and Cognition
  • Foundations of Psychology I: Learning and Social Psychology
  • Research Methods
  • Statistics
  • Foundations of Psychology III: Clinical Psychology
  • Psychological Perspectives on Contemporary Issues

Semester 2

  • Biological Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Quantitative Research Methods
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Advanced Data Analysis
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Individual Differences
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Conceptual and Historical Issues

Semester 3

  • Dissertation
  • Optional Module:
    • Autistic Spectrum Disorder
    • Evolutionary Psychology
    • Drugs, Hormones and the Brain
    • Practical Investigations of Mind and Brain
    • The Cognitive Neuroscience of Consciousness
    • Approaches in Psychotherapy
    • Cross-Cultural Psychology
    • Clinical Aspects of Eating Disorders
    • Animal Behaviour
    • Music Psychology

I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.

Abraham H. Maslow

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Career Pathway

Psychology degrees are valued by business and other employers – and with a good degree in psychology, you may go on to train as a clinical, educational, occupational or forensic psychologist.

Other careers include work with adults or children with disabilities, counselling, personnel management, market research and advertising, prison and probation work, speech and language therapy and psychological research.

Entry Requirements (International Students)

  • Secondary School Diploma Overall Grade 70% over 100%.
  • English Language Requirements: IELTS 6.5 (min 5.5 in all bands)
  • 2 Academic Reference Letters
  • Statement of Purpose (Motivation Letter)

Quick Info

  • Bachelor in Psychology
  • £ 15,750 per year
  • 3 years
  • London Campus
  • Language Requirement: IELTS 6.5
  • January - September
  • info@tripaledu.com
  • https://www.brunel.ac.uk

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Cheaper Alternative (Bachelor Degree)

This course is a fast-track bachelor degree programme runs over 2 years period with a total cost of £ 4,500 per year.

Fee: £ 4,500 per year

Location: London, UK

Duration: 2 years

Fast-Track: Yes

Student Work Permit: No

Entry Requirement: IELTS UKVI 6.0 (no bands below 5.5)

Start Date: February – April – June – August – October – November

Cheaper Alternative (Bachelor Degree)

This course is a fast-track bachelor degree programme runs over 2 years period with a total cost of £ 7,950 per year.

Fee: £ 7,950 per year

Location: London, UK

Duration: 2 years

Fast-Track: Yes

Student Work Permit: Yes

Entry Requirement: IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 5.5)

Pre-sessional Entry: IELTS UKVI 5.0 (no bands below 5.0, only one 4.5 band is acceptable)

Start Date: January – March – May – July – Septmeber – November