Study Psychology at the University of Worcester
The University of Worcester is a community where students love to live and learn. Whatever walk of life you come from, Worcester provides an active, friendly, and supportive environment in which to grow and learn. We are a campus University based in the charming city of Worcester - where lively city culture and idyllic rural beauty combine to offer the best of both worlds.
A world of possibilities
Studying Psychology at Worcester opens up a world of possibilities. From Forensic to Developmental or Business Psychology, there’s a fascinating array of pathways available.
Choose from: Psychology BSc (Hons), Business Psychology BSc (Hons), Counselling Psychology BSc (Hons), Developmental Psychology BSc (Hons), Forensic Psychology BSc (Hons) or Sport & Exercise Psychology BSc (Hons).
Learn from high quality practitioners
Our expert staff are not only excellent teachers, they are also high quality practitioners in their own right, undertaking wide ranging research and consultancy work in the field. At Worcester, our teaching and research always seeks to achieve real life benefits. Furthermore, our courses are accredited by the British Psychological Society, and form the ideal basis for chartered membership - essential if you wish to pursue a career in psychology.
"We have a number of pathways which allow a student to specialise in an area such as forensic psychology, development psychology, sport and exercise science, business, counselling," said Matthew Jellis, Acting Head of Psychology. "So, if students want to go on to become professional psychologist, it sets them up with that career pathway’s basic underpinnings. We give our students unique opportunities for practice placements. We have an active work experience programme in the department, helping students to access voluntary and paid positions that help increase their employability."
Worcester. A place to belong. A place to discover your potential. A place to be inspired for life.
The course is a basis for accreditation with the BPS society, which is essential for psychologists. I also like the fact that all of my lecturers are working in this field and tell us about their own research – it helps you realize what you can achieve.Debbie Smith, Student, Psychology BSc (Hons)