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Course summary

This engaging British Psychology Society (BPS) accredited Psychology (Mental Health) degree is focused on the theories and treatment of psychopathologies including trauma, psychosis and addictive behaviours. Our students benefit from over 90 academic experts and weekly research seminars, and have access to first-class laboratory suites. The course covers all the core areas of Psychology stipulated by the BPS curriculum. This includes the workings of the brain; the processes and mechanisms of human thinking, feeling and behaviour; and how psychologists, psychological research and therapy can make a tangible and positive difference to people’s lives and society. You'll also consider how all of these impact and relate to mental health.


Year One Core modules include; Psychology Tutorials, Psychological in Context (Mental Health), Research Methods One, Statistics One, Cognitive and Biological Psychology (One), Social and Developmental Psychology (One). Year Two Core modules include: Research Methods and Statistics Two, Cognitive and Biological Psychology Two, Social and Lifespan Developmental Psychology, Individual Differences and Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology, Critical Thinking in Mental Health. Final year Core modules Research Project in Mental Health, Work Based Psychology Practice, Optional modules. You'll undertake two route-specific modules, you can choose from either: Psychopathology or Contesting Mental Illness: The Psychology of Distress and either Psychology of Trauma or Addictive Behaviours. As well as one optional optional module from a selection that may include: Biological Perspectives on Psychiatric Disorders Community, Health and Applied Social Psychology, Evolutionary Psychology, Infant Development, Psychology, Educational Needs and Inclusion, Statistics (three): Advanced Statistics for Research, Psychology of the Paranormal, Psychology of the Family, Person Perception, The Psychology of Sleep, The Psychology of Ageing and Neurodegenerative Disease.

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

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A lower offer may be made based on a range of factors, including your background (such as where you live and the school or college you attended), your experiences and individual circumstances (you may have been in care, for example). This is called a contextual offer and we get data from UCAS to make these decisions. NTU offers a student experience like no other, and this approach helps us to find students who have the potential to succeed here, but may have faced barriers that can make it more difficult to access university. We also consider equivalent qualifications and combinations. Please contact Nottingham Trent University Admissions team for further information.

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £9250 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9250 Year 1
Scotland £9250 Year 1
Wales £9250 Year 1
International £16500 Year 1

Additional fee information

Tuition fees are payable for each year that you are at University. The level of tuition fees for the second and subsequent years of your undergraduate course may increase in line with inflation and as specified by the UK government.
Psychology (Mental Health) at Nottingham Trent University - UCAS