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Psychology

This is conducting ground-breaking research to understand of the complex interactions between the human mind, brain, behaviour and experience.

Studying at City, University of London means benefiting from a longstanding tradition of excellence in research and education, as well as service to the field of Psychology.

Our rich curriculum will give you exposure to a broad range of psychology-related topics that include cognitive neuroscience, autism, memory, behavioural economics, organisational psychology, counselling and health psychology and more.

You will learn from internationally recognised academics who are passionate about their research and committed to rigorous intellectual and empirical work, building upon the traditions of the discipline whilst advancing new approaches. Our specialist research centres and facilities provide a supportive learning environment and an opportunity for you to gain experience in clinical settings.

Courses and study

City offers a wide portfolio of courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate (taught and research) levels. Many of our degrees are accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and constitute a recognised and established pathway to become a Chartered Psychologist. Our graduates successfully go on to further study in related disciplines or find employment in a variety of professional settings across the public and private sector, including healthcare, the media and the charity sector.

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