You will study experimental psychology wherever you study psychology. And our students graduate with a degree in Psychology, not “Experimental Psychology”.
We retained the name Experimental Psychology in order to:
Our students develop a wide range of research skills, including how to:
These research skills are highly valued by employers, and a degree in Psychology can lead to a broad range of career destinations.
Research skills are particularly important for those who go on to practice as psychologists (whether Clinical, Educational, Forensic, Vocational, etc.). Our teaching staff are active researchers, and our research-led teaching consistently receives very positive student feedback.
There are many opportunities for students to become actively involved in research:
It is really exciting to be investigating a part of psychology that has never been explored before, amongst a group of some of the best researchers and lecturers in the world.
Tim Jones, 2nd year PhD student
We have information on the wide range of interesting and rewarding careers of almost all our graduates of the last 15 years.