The department of psychology has more than 2500 students across our foundation, undergraduate, taught postgraduate and research degrees.
As well as courses taught on campus in Newcastle upon Tyne, we offer our MSc Psychology and MSc in Occupational and Organisational Psychology via Distance Learning, and our BSc (Hons) Psychology (Clinical Psychology) programme in Singapore via our partnership with Kaplan Heigher Education Institute.
As such, we have an international community of students studying across all levels, on campus and overseas. This page shares posts about the experience of our students, and their advice and guidance about studying psychology
Read the latest posts from our students
A team in our department were the overall winners of the Prolific Grant Competition, providing valuable funding for research on risk perception. In this post, Richard Brown tells us about the winning project!
We spoke to of our current PhD students, Richard Brown, about his award winning MSc research project, his PhD research plans and asked him for advice for current students!
This week is Dementia Action Week. In this post, Psychology student Anna Svorenova and dementia researcher Dr Michael Craig consider the possible impact of the coronavirus pandemic on people living with dementia and their close ones.
In this post, Dr Michael Smith gives advice on managing stress during your undergraduate studies. He draws on some of the exciting research conducted in our Health and Wellbeing research group.
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