Occupational Psychology at University of Greenwich - UCAS

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Course summary

With this MSc in Occupational Psychology, you will develop your understanding of a wide range of domains where psychology impacts the workplace. As an occupational psychologist you will apply your psychological knowledge, theory and practice to organisational issues in the workplace. You will study how to drive a positive societal change in a professional setting. This Master’s in Occupational Psychology will cover such topics, like diversity training, assessments feature a range of important social themes such as sexism in leadership, workplace racism, corruption, and organisational greenwashing. Driven by Psychology’s recent move to more open science, the programme will support you to identify, critically engage and synthesise, and apply bodies of evidence in Occupational Psychology. This programme includes a bespoke Evidence-based Practice module designed to enhance your employability and capability of delivering evidence-based practice. This course is being submitted to the British Psychological Society (BPS) for accreditation. What you should know about this course

  • Number one in London for graduate prospects (2022 Complete University Guide Annual League Table - Psychology).
  • The programme uses a blended delivery approach with online lectures to deliver core content and face-to-face seminars to build experiences of applying understanding.
  • This programme has been designed, written, and delivered using a ‘decolonise the curriculum’ lens.
  • Located at the University's iconic Greenwich Campus.


For module information please refer to the course page.

Assessment method

Replication plan – 50% Advanced skills portfolio – 50%

Entry requirements

You should have an Honours degree (minimum of 2:2) from a psychology programme accredited by the BPS Or An Honours degree in psychology or equivalent subject (normally a 2:2 or above) and successful completion of a research methods assessment."

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £9000 Whole course
Northern Ireland £9000 Whole course
Scotland £9000 Whole course
Wales £9000 Whole course
International £15100 Whole course

Additional fee information

Please visit the following link for more information on fees and finance: https://www.gre.ac.uk/finance
Occupational Psychology at University of Greenwich - UCAS