The University of Southampton
Psychology

Undergraduate

A Psychology degree at Southampton provides you with the opportunity to study a broad range of topics within psychology including close relationships, perception, memory, addiction, emotions, pain management, autism, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), early deprivation, antisocial behaviour, sexual health and the treatment of diabetes.

Our graduates leave us as highly competent, motivated psychologists equipped with excellent analytical and reasoning skills.

Students share their experiences

BSc Psychology students share their student experiences and discuss facilities, support, learning environment and the voluntary research scheme.

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Volunteering

Enhance your cv and contribute towards cutting-edge research with our Voluntary Research Assistant scheme...

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Dr Hazel Blythe talks about her children's literacy development research and the research opportunities open to undergraduates.

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“I participated in the Volunteer Research Assistant (VRA) scheme, which was great to get involved in, and I think that gave me the confidence to apply for the role which I’m now getting publications with. It was also a great opportunity to see more about the lifespan of a research project as a whole; not just the essay side of things.”

Greg Simmonds - BSc Psychology

British Psychological Society registration eligibility

Our graduates are eligible for registration with the British Psychological Society

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