You’ll have a good major psychology degree. You don’t need to have studied modules in undergraduate neuropsychology, but you need to have some knowledge of how the human brain works. In addition, you should usually have completed a psychology dissertation. For more information please contact our admissions team or telephone 01225 876180.
Months of entry
- Study emerging theories in advanced neuropsychology.
- Learn practical skills in preparation for a career as a scientist-practitioner.
- Opportunity to publish an academic paper.
Neuropsychology examines the uses of neuropsychology in the clinical world. Neuropsychology is central to the debate about the spark of individuality each human shows. This course looks at brain functions as an individual and in group settings, as well as studying the neuropsychology of mental health problems.
The course is an employability- centred extension to an undergraduate psychology degree. It is focused on neuropsychology, but is suitable for any student interested in preparing for an eventual career as a professional psychologist.
Current alumni pathways include the successful completion of a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology; NHS Research Assistant; and PhD studentship.
Information for international students
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Fees and funding
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- 01225 876180