How do people think, perceive and feel? Psychology is the scientific study of human behaviour. As a Business Psychology student, you apply psychological theories, methods and processes to real business issues and questions including leadership, corporate crime, gig economy and health and well-being. Our Association for Business Society (ABP) accredited degree enables you to confront the issues that humans face in life and in work with psychology's scientific principles. Shape your degree outside the classroom by participating in our student-led Psychology Society who host regular events, including co-run seminars with our academic team exploring current questions. Step into our active community. Choose Business Psychology at Kent because: · it’s accredited by the Association for Business Psychology which offers professional certification · you’ll discover your future in a subject ranked 16th in the UK for graduate prospects in The Complete University Guide 2022. Recent graduates across Psychology degrees have started their own businesses, researched in the civil service and become practising Psychologists · you’ll test out your own theories and hypotheses in our excellent facilities, including eye tracking and virtual reality laboratories · you’ll be inspired by our industry-relevant modules, providing you with emerging insights from experts who engage in consultancy work with businesses and government. · you’ll join a dynamic learning community, ranked 5th for research intensity in The Complete University Guide 2022 · you’ll break new ground and gain real-world experience by adding a placement year · you’ll benefit from ongoing support in your studies through our peer mentoring scheme, including tailored support for statistics, as well as dedicated academic advisors.
You study the core areas required for accreditation: statistics, biological and general psychology, social psychology and business psychology. Your business psychology training encompasses leadership and enterprise, organisational change, and evidence-based practice through case studies, project work and/or participation in peer mentoring.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
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- Year 2
Entry requirements for advanced entry (i.e. into Year 2 and beyond)
Direct entry into Year 2 of this programme is considered on a case by case basis.
English language requirements
Applicants should have grade C or 4 in English Language GCSE or a suitable equivalent level qualification.
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