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Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology UCL - University College London

Department name
UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
Qualification, duration, mode
MSc 12FT 24PT
Months of entry
Entry requirements
Normally a minimum of an upper second-class Bachelor's degree from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard.
Information for International Students
Course description

The Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology MSc, run in conjunction with the Anna Freud Centre, provides a foundation for individuals interested in childhood development. The programme uniquely combines theoretical consideration of psychoanalytic perspectives on developmental issues and inter-family relationships with year long observations of infants and children.

Students develop a theoretical grounding in psychoanalytic theories of child development and of developmental psychology and developmental psychopathology. They gain practical observational skills essential in clinical work, qualitative and quantitative research methodologies and the tools necessary for conducting reliable, valid and ethical research.

Named pathways
Basic Psychoanalytical Concepts; Child Development.
UK students fees
2014-15 £8,500
International students fees
2014-15 £21,700

Funding opportunities available for students taking taught Masters programmes is provided by the UCL Graduate School.

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Total enrolled students
Contact name
Anwen Prendergast
Contact email
Contact phone
+44 (0)20 7443 2266
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