The choice is yours. A range of study modes.

A taught postgraduate qualification, a research degree or a mix of the two - the choice is yours.

Psychology at the University of Southampton offers a growing range of postgraduate-level options. These are carefully tailored to match the needs of employers, and to fulfil the criteria of the British Psychological Society.

Working with outstanding academics

In research, you will be working alongside other PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and academics, experts in their fields both nationally and worldwide.

Crossing the disciplinary boundaries

Many of our academics work across multiple research themes, collaborating with colleagues from other parts of the University and other educational establishments.

Equipping you for future success

Our expanding range of taught programmes will develop your clinical knowledge and wider professional skills.

Furthering your professional career

Stand-alone and integrated professional development (CPD) modules will interest  practicing psychologists and therapists.

Why Southampton?
  • We are one of the Top 16 research universities in the UK (Complete University Guide)

  • Ranked 132 in the World university rankings

Other University of Southampton sites

Details of our funding opportunities for PhD entry in October 2015

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Other University of Southampton sites

What Psychology postgraduate study is like here

  • University of Southampton Psychology student experiences
  • CBT student Amy Woodman discusses study
  • Psychology postgraduate conference organised by students
  • University of Southampton MSc Foundations of Clinical Psychology
Home and away

Browse through this year's richly varied seminar series from both internal and invited speakers

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The finishing touches

Certificate and Diploma courses for professionals in practice

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Coming from outside the UK?

There is every reason to choose Southampton for your postgraduate qualification

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