Taught course

MSc Industrial and Organisational Psychology - Online


Entry requirements

2:2 honours degree and above or equivalent – from a recognised institution. If you’re a mature student and you don’t meet our entry criteria, you may be eligible to enrol through our recognition of prior learning process.

If you're unsure if you meet the admissions criteria, get in touch and we'll talk through it with you. We consider each application and individual set of circumstances on a case-by-case basis.

Overseas qualifications may be accepted, and will be subject to evidence of equivalency normally verified through ECCTIS (UK ENIC).

Months of entry


Course content

Are you fascinated by the intricate dynamics of workplace behaviour and leadership?

LIBF’s MSc Industrial and Organisational Psychology degree course delves deep into understanding how individuals and teams operate in professional settings, equipping you with the expertise to foster healthier, more productive work environments. You'll gain insights into effective leadership, strategic management, and the psychological underpinnings of communication, preparing you to make significant organisational improvements.

LIBF's degree courses are structured to fit seamlessly into your life, allowing you to progress at your own pace without sacrificing personal or professional commitments. Embrace this opportunity to excel in the fascinating field of industrial and organisational psychology and take decisive steps towards your career aspirations.

Months of entry

UK and international students can start on any day.

Fees and funding

UK students
£9750 a year full time
International students
£9750 a year full time

If you are a postgraduate student, you can apply for a non-means-tested loan. Master's Loans are accessible to UK or Irish national citizens under the age of 60, residing in England. (Different funding regulations apply in other parts of the UK.)

The Master's Loan can be used to cover your tuition fees and support your living expenses. The loan will be disbursed directly to your bank account in instalments throughout your studies. Repayment of the loan will commence only once you have completed your course and are earning above a specified threshold.

Learn how to apply for the Master's Loan on the UK Government website.

Application Timeline

After submitting your application, the review process might take up to 6 weeks. It is advisable to allow a minimum of 6 weeks between your student loan application submission and your preferred start date, enabling you to concentrate on your studies without any unnecessary hold-ups.

Additional Postgraduate Funding

Many postgraduate students are also eligible for our scholarships. Moreover, you may qualify for additional government support if you are:

- disabled

- a single parent

- experiencing financial hardship, or

- have children or adult dependents.

UK Postgraduate Scholarship (Academic and Working Professionals)


If your application is approved, you will receive the scholarship directly into your bank account each academic year during the programme, as long as you continue to meet the requirements.


You will be awarded a total of £1,000 throughout the programme, regardless of whether you are studying full-time or part-time.

How to apply

You will be given the opportunity to apply for this scholarship when you apply for your postgraduate programme. You will need to submit a 300 to 500-word statement detailing how your academic background will contribute to your success in this degree, your career, or both.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    24 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
    part time
    18 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
    full time
    12 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

Study Advisers
+44 2039 364 055