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Course summary

The MSc in Mental Health and Wellbeing is a novel course that will provide you with excellent training via multidisciplinary teaching and a 3-month research placement. The course focuses on mental health in non-clinical populations, particularly in the workplace, and combines theoretical with applied teaching on health psychology, clinical psychology, organisational psychology, and positive psychology. The application deadline for this course is: Friday 18th March 2023. The MSc in Mental Health and Wellbeing is designed for those who are interested in mental health and wellbeing in non-clinical populations. Learning will be enriched by an interdisciplinary approach and teaching will be delivered by world-leading experts across the fields of psychology, business, economics, medicine, health and behavioural sciences. This course offers basic and advanced training in the science and application of mental health research. The taught components of the course include modules on research methods, basic and advanced issues in mental health research and practice, and real-world interventions. Teaching is delivered by experts in the field from the Departments of Psychology, Warwick Business School, Warwick Medical School, and Warwick Manufacturing Group to combine academic and practical experience. The practical component of the course is a three-month research placement in a business environment. The focus of the project will be agreed between the student, academic supervisor, and organisational supervisor.


Core modules

  • Experimental Design and Data Collection
  • Advanced Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
  • Core Foundations of Mental Health and Wellbeing
  • Advanced Issues in Mental Health Research
  • From Stress to Health in the Workplace
  • Interventions and Technologies for Behaviour Change
  • Health and Wellbeing Interventions in the Real-World: What Helps and What Harms
  • Workplace Skills
Optional modules There are no optional modules on this course.

Assessment method

We typically assess modules through a mix of assessment types, which include worksheets, essays, research reports, modelling and data analysis, class tests, exams, and presentations.

Entry requirements

Minimum requirements Graduates with a background in psychology, social science, health science, or business with a first-class or high 2:i at undergraduate level are welcome to apply. Graduates from other academic backgrounds may apply by request. English language requirements You can find out more about our English language requirements. This course requires the following: Band B IELTS overall score of 7.0, minimum component scores of two at 6.0/6.5 and the rest at 7.0 or above. International qualifications We welcome applications from students with other internationally recognised qualifications. For more information, please visit the international entry requirements page. Additional requirements There are no additional entry requirements for this course.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Additional fee information

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Mental Health and Wellbeing at University of Warwick - UCAS