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Clinical Psychology

Course type


Course summary

The course is aimed at individuals who wish to acquire an in-depth knowledge of clinical psychology in order to enhance their application to training programmes to qualify as a clinical psychologist. In addition to the theoretical component of the programme, the 15-day placement experience allows the student to gain more than an insight into the working practice of clinical psychology. 2 dissertations require the student to reflect on experience gained on placement and also to complete a thorough an critical literature review in the area of specialism.

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1 year

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Advanced Statistics - Core

Students will acquire skills and an advanced understanding of how statistics are used in clinical psychology research.

Advanced Research Methods - Core

Students will acquire skills and an advanced understanding of the effective research methods used in clinical psychology.

Dissertation - Core

Students are able to choose a specialism of interest and complete a dissertation. This will comprise an in-depth critical literature review, supported by workshops.

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Entry requirements

A Bachelor's Honours degree, 2.1 or above in psychology. Less standard/traditional qualifications and relevant experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If English is not an applicant's 1st language they will need IELTS 7.0 (academic) or above.

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