A final degree classification (grade average) of at least a 2.1 or Merit in the UK system (the second highest classification after First/Distinction).
Applicants with undergraduate degrees in psychology are preferred and those with related social sciences or science degrees are considered on a case by case basis.
Months of entry
Examine how cognitive psychological, neuropsychological, neurobiological and computer science approaches can be combined to understand how the human mind/brain solves a variety of complex problems, such as recognising objects, remembering previous experiences, reading, speaking and reasoning.
The programme gives you a detailed understanding of the major analytic techniques and research methodologies employed by cognitive psychologists and neuropsychologists. Study a range of general, historical, theoretical and philosophical issues underlying the discipline that will equip you with specialist knowledge and systematic understanding and prepare you for a career in academia or as a practising psychologist.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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