Date of entry

September 2024

A degree in psychology will provide you with skills and knowledge that can be used in many different types of professional careers.

These may include:

  • supporting children and young people in educational settings (educational psychologist)
  • assessing and treating criminal behaviour in prisons and judicial systems (forensic psychologist)
  • helping patients of all ages manage the psychological aspects of their illness (health psychologist)
  • dealing with career development in organisations (occupational psychologist)
  • helping athletes and sport teams to deal psychologically with demand and to improve performance (sport and exercise psychologist)

A degree in psychology is also essential if you decide to undertake further training to become a clinical psychologist, a counsellor, or a researcher.

Your skills in research methodology and statistics can also be used to develop a career as data analyst in a variety of areas.

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