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Edge Hill offers a variety of outstanding opportunities for studying psychology at university.

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We offer five very popular undergraduate degree programmes, four of which are accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS). We also offer an MSc Conversion course. This allows graduates in disciplines other than psychology with the opportunity to obtain Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) with the British Psychological Society (BPS).

Students who study at Edge Hill will benefit from a research-active department with subjects taught from academics who are specialists in their fields. We have members of our team that are at the forefront of national and international research in a number of key areas of psychology, which has allowed us to develop such a rich portfolio of undergraduate degrees.

Our Department of Psychology occupies a modern, purpose-built building with high quality teaching and research facilities. Our students are encouraged to use these research facilities for their final year dissertation projects. Our students are of the upmost importance to us. We focus on providing undergraduates with an experience that will afford them the skills necessary for the future and their careers beyond academia. The work students conduct during their dissertation projects, or as part of our Psychology Department Research Internship scheme can also lead to some of that work being published in Psychology Journal articles.

See recent published papers our students co-authored

Undergraduate

Educational Psychology

BSc (Hons)

Untangle the relationship between learning, development and psychological disorders. Understand the core concepts of psychology and what makes humans tick. Apply your learning with work placements in educational settings on this degree accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS).

Course Length:
3 years
Example Offers:
104-112 UCAS Tariff points
Location:
Edge Hill University

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Psychology

BSc (Hons)

Untangle behaviour. Unravel mysteries of the mind. Study the science of the brain on this course and achieve a psychology degree accredited by the British Psychological Society.

Course Length:
3 years
Example Offers:
112-120 UCAS Tariff points
Location:
Edge Hill University

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Psychology & Criminology

BSc (Hons)

Explore the complexities of the criminal justice system in our psychology and criminology degree. Understand the relationship between the mind and criminal behaviour. Begin an exciting career in psychology on a degree accredited by the British Psychological Society.

Course Length:
3 years
Example Offers:
112-120 UCAS Tariff points
Location:
Edge Hill University

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Sport & Exercise Psychology

BSc (Hons)

How do you create a champion? Unravel the importance of psychological wellbeing and understand the fundamentals of performance and sport engagement. Our accredited sport and exercise psychology course helps you bring out the best in athletes and promote physical activity.

Course Length:
3 years
Example Offers:
104-112 UCAS Tariff points
Location:
Edge Hill University

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We support postgraduate students registered on PhD programmes, who are conducting their own programme of research in a specialised area.

See our current research projects

The Graduate School will be holding Research Degree Information Evenings this year. Get in touch with the graduate school to register and receive details about joining.

Graduate School

Start your journey with us

We are keen for our students to get a taster of studying with us before they arrive. We have a number of options to help set you up on your journey into Psychology with us.

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Fastrack: Preparation for higher education

Designed to support your access into university-level study.

Find out more about our Fastrack course
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Summer residential

This is designed for students in Year 12 or their first year of college who have applied to study with us.

Find out more about Summer Residentials