University of East London

Degree level: Undergraduate

Psychology

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Course summary

We are driven to provide the most stimulating university experience possible for our students, and the quality of the student experience within the School of Psychology is very important to us. A team of psychology students and staff work collaboratively to develop an experience that enables students to develop a passion for psychology, and engage with a range of psychological topics in lectures, tutorials and beyond. This is illustrated by the award winning student Psychology Society (PsySoc) which arranges regular social events and activities, creating an active and vibrant student community. Our excellent teaching and research facilities are located in the centre of the historic Stratford Campus and provide state-of-the-art laboratories and equipment to support the research undertaken by staff and students across the School. Laboratories include: • an infancy lab • a neuro-imaging lab • an eye-tracker lab • a qualitative research methods lab • a recreational drugs and psychophysiology lab • a virtual reality lab We also have a suite of counselling rooms, equipped with DVD video recording facilities, where you can develop counselling skills or conduct interviews for research purposes, and private rooms for your studies and research.

Course details

Modules

YEAR 1 Researching Psychological Worlds (core) Perspectives on Behaviour: Biological, Social and Differential (core) Introduction to Cognitive and Developmental Psychology (core) Thinking like a psychologist (core) YEAR 2 Researching Psychological Worlds 2 (core) Applications of psychobiology, individual differences and social psychology (core) Topics in Cognitive and Developmental Psychology (core) Forensic Psychology: The Justice System (optional) Cognitive Neuropsychology (optional) Psychology of Mental Health (optional) The Psychology of Personal Development (optional) The Psychology of Ageing (optional) Counselling Psychology (optional) Psychological Perspectives on Work Experience (optional) YEAR 3 Psychological Research Project (core) Employability and developing your graduate career pathway (core) Research Conference (optional) Forensic Psychology: Criminal Conduct (optional) Occupational Psychology (optional) Health Psychology (Optional) Psychological Perspective on Power Politics and Political Violence (optional) Psychology of Choice: Decision Making and Risk Perception (optional) Applied Child Psychology (optional) Applied Child Psychology with Placement (optional) Drugs and Addictive Behaviours (optional) Psychoneuroimmunology (optional) Psychology of Emotions (optional) Mental Distress in Context (optional) Evolutionary Psychology (optional) Frontiers in Cognitive Science: Isusses in the study of mind, embodiment and consciousness (optional) Psychology, Identity and Society (optional) Wellbeing and Resilience in the face of conflict and disaster (optional) Psychology of Belief Anomalistic Psychology (optional)

Assessment method

We’ll assess you with a mixture of coursework and exams. Coursework includes essays, research reports, group and seminar presentations and a final-year project. The balance of coursework and exams in year two will depend on your optional choices. In your third year, half of your assessment will be based on research coursework.

Professional bodies

Professionally accredited courses provide industry-wide recognition of the quality of your qualification.

  • British Psychological Society

How to apply

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1
  • Year 2
  • Year 3

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

For detailed information on entry requirements for our courses, please see the individual course pages. We consider a range of UK and worldwide qualifications at the appropriate level and also take relevant work experience into account when considering an application. Many courses have a Foundation Year option for those students whose qualifications do not meet the BA or BSc entry requirements. Applicants should have, or be working towards, grade C in GCSE English and Mathematics (or equivalent Level 2 qualification such as Functional Skills Level 2 in English and Mathematics or Key Skills Level 2 in Application of Number and Communication) Entry requirements are intended only as a guide for applicants. They are not a guarantee of an offer, nor of the conditions that may apply. When making a decision on your academic suitability, we will make an assessment of you as an individual and will use information other than qualifications; which may include predicted grades, performance at Level 2, relevant work experience, previous study at degree level, personal statement, references and any portfolio, written test or interview, to make our decision. If you have any questions, please contact a member of our Applicant Relations Team from Monday to Friday (9am–5pm) on +44 (0) 20 8223 3333 or email [email protected]


Unistats information

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

EU £9250 Year 1
England £9250 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9250 Year 1
Scotland £9250 Year 1
Wales £9250 Year 1
Channel Islands £9250 Year 1
International £12100 Year 1

Additional fee information

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Psychology at University of East London - UCAS