Applicants will usually have a 2:1 or first MA or BSc BPS accredited Psychology Degree (or overseas equivalent). In exceptional circumstances, applicants with a 2:2 BPS Psychology Degree may be considered.
Months of entry
Clinical Psychology will increase your knowledge, skills and confidence when applying for posts. You learn from practising professionals who work across the lifespan. Courses include: Introduction to the Postgraduate Process and Professional Research Skills, Core Psychology Research Methods, Key Issues and Debates in Clinical Psychology, Clinical Psychology Across the Lifespan, Core Clinical Skills - Practitioner and Lived Experience Perspectives, Clinical Research Methods, Clinical Psychology Aross the Lifespan - Specialised Areas, Ethical and Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology, and Dissertation
Industry Links and Careers
This is a programme specifically aimed at getting you on the progression route of Clinical Pscychology in posts such as Assistant Pscychologist, Clinical Associate Training, and within fields which rely on your skills and knowledge within mental health, care and other sectors.
Why Study at Aberdeen?
- The School ranked in the top twenty for research (REF 2014) and the Medical School is ranked in the top 10 in the UK (The Complete University Guide 2018)
- You learn at one of the largest medical campuses in Europe at Foresterhill Health Campus and Royal Cornhill Psychiatric Hospital
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Information for international students
All students entering the University must provide evidence that they can use English well enough to study effectively at the University of Aberdeen.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- School Administration Officer
- +44(0)1224 437096