Psychology

Key information

  • Visit the University faculty to meet with academic staff and gain an insight into the degree programme.
  • Improve exam-taking techniques through weekly assessments.
  • Gain practical experience through laboratory work in the University’s fully equipped science labs.
  • Investigate the study of sleep, nonverbal behaviour, eye movements and decision-making through lab work.
  • Practise academic writing skills, particularly relating to laboratory reports.

English language entry requirements


IELTS: 6.0; 6.0 RWLS

Academic requirements


GPA: 3.5; 4.0 Mathematics

Tuition


£24,995

Intakes


January, September
Degree

BSc (Hons) Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology

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