Based within our School of Social Sciences, our research programme in psychology has a well-established reputation for innovative and internationally recognised research. We have a lively research environment with regular seminars and conferences and over 20 PhD and DProf students. We have been successful in securing a number of large, externally-funded research grants. Our research covers a broad range of psychology and neuroscience and falls within 5 key themes: Stress, health, and well-being; Learning and development; Brain, cognition, and perception; Identity, self, and society; Forensic and investigative psychology.
How to apply
If English is not your first language you must demonstrate English language skills to the equivalent of IELTS 6.5 at commencement. We will then expect you to undertake courses to develop your English language competence to the equivalent of IELTS 7.0 in your first year of study.
A minimum classification of 2.1 in their first degree or equivalent And preferably a Masters degree (or Masters degree pending) Applicants whose secondary level education has not been conducted in the medium of English should also demonstrate evidence of appropriate English language proficiency, normally defined as: English language test Minimum entry requirement IELTS 6.5 (overall band score with not less than 6.0 in any of the individual elements) TOEFL (Internet Based) No longer accepted. Certificates issued before 17 April 2014 with scores of 91 may be accepted, please check with your admissions office. TOEFL (Paper Based) No longer accepted. Certificates issued before 17 April 2014 with scores of 570 may be accepted, please check with your admissions office. Cambridge Proficiency Pass
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