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An International Education,
A London Location,
A Global Future

Flexible Curriculum at Richmond University

Flexible Start Dates

With the opportunity to start your
course in the Autumn (Fall) or the Spring

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British and international internships

Richmond offers all students the opportunity to take an internship

Richmond The American University in London

Academic Requirements

We accept qualifications from around the world

BA Degree in Psychology

Programme Overview
The BA degree in Psychology promotes the acquisition and demonstration of conceptual knowledge in the core areas of the Psychology discipline such as development, language, phenomenology, personality theory and individual differences, biological psychology, social psychology, psychopathology, cognitive science, and research methods. Psychology students are expected to progressively integrate theoretical perspectives and empirical findings, use appropriately a variety of research approaches and apply psychological principles in a variety of professional settings such as clinical, counselling, educational and legal.

Students have previously participated in the following internships at:
• The Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL  •  Vision Lab, UCL  •  Anna Freud Centre  •  Mental Health Internship at the NHS  •  Collingham Child and Family Psychiatric Unit  •  The Tavistock Clinic

Ben E Atzmon

I study on this programme

I chose to study Psychology at Richmond specifically because of the duality of the programme. It focuses on both Qualitative and Quantitative research which is unique for an Undergraduate programme because most other Universities focus on only one aspect of research.

The professors are always present on both campuses and are very accessible. They understand the needs of students and are very good at helping us to achieve our goals. The courses are so interesting and there is such a wide variety of Psychology that is taught here. The professors are experienced researchers with external connections in the Psychology profession, which is extremely beneficial for the students!

The Psychology programme has made me even more intrigued about the field of Psychology than I was before. The professors, the courses and the environment prepare students to go into any field of Psychology and the internship opportunities both in London and around the world are abundant and very hands-on!

Ben E AtzmonBA Psychology

Faculty who teach on this programme:

You could study this programme as a minor instead, alongside a different major:

How to Apply

How do I Apply?

UCAS
If you want to apply to other UK Universities at the same time

The Common Application
If you want to apply to other US (and some UK) Universities at the same time

Direct Application
If you just want to apply to Richmond

Scholarships

Find out more about Undergraduate Scholarships

Duration: FT– 4 years (including one year at QCF Level 3)


UCAS Course Code: C880


  • The programme is recognised in the US via our MSCHE accreditation.
  • The programme is validated in the UK by The Open University.
  • Major
  • Minor
  • US Federal Aid is available
  • Student Finance England (SFE) loans are available

Tuition Fees: 2016/17 entry per annum, students from:

UK/EU

£9000

US

$36,000

Rest of the World

£14,500

Study Suggestions
A minor in Sociology or Philosophy may add an interesting dimension to your studies.


Richmond University Undergraduate Prospectus