Taught course

Clinical Associate in Psychology (Adult Mental Health) apprenticeship

Institution
UCL - University College London · Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
Qualifications
MSc

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Entry requirements

A minimum of a second-class Bachelor's degree from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard.

If your education has not been conducted in the English language, you will be expected to demonstrate evidence of an adequate level of English proficiency.

The English language level for this programme is: Standard.

Further information can be found on our English language requirements page.

Pre-Master's and Pre-sessional English

UCL Pre-Master's and Pre-sessional English courses are for international students who are aiming to study for a postgraduate degree at UCL. The courses will develop your academic English and academic skills required to succeed at postgraduate level. International Preparation Courses

Months of entry

January

Course content

The course aims to train psychology graduates to become skilled professional Clinical Associates in Psychology (CAP), working within Adult Mental Health. This Master's programme provides the formal apprenticeship training required as part of the student's employment within the NHS. Students on this programme qualify as Clinical Associates in Psychology.

The UCL programme is run and taught by experienced practitioners in the field, and therefore a balance is achieved between the teaching of the theoretical knowledge needed and the practical skills necessary in training as a Clinical Associate in Psychology.

Students will receive employment and practical experience in a relevant service alongside this formal training needed in order to become a qualified Clinical Associate in Psychology.

Fees and funding

Please see UCL website for full information about fees and costs for this programme.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    part time
    18 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification

Assessment

Students will be taught via lectures, practical workshops, and clinical seminars. Teaching will include both university and service-based supervisory practice. Students will also have access to moodle resources, tools, forums and activities, and undertake independent study.

Assessments will be conducted in a number of ways: group and individual presentations, case studies, essays, objective structured clinical examination and dissertation.

Course contact details

Phone
+44 (0) 20 3370 1214