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The School of Experimental Psychology offers a variety of postgraduate degrees, from PhD to Masters to Diplomas. These degrees have different aims, requirements, and duration. Further information about our Postgraduate Courses in Clinical Neuropsychology
This course delivers the underpinning knowledge to support candidates in the development of specialist practice in clinical neuropsychology. The content provides the Knowledge and Skills component of the British Psychological Society (BPS) syllabus for those who want to undertake the Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (QiCN formally known as the Practitioner Full Membership Qualification, PFMQ). The course has been approved for this aim by the BPSDiploma in Clinical Neuropsychology
We are now offering places on our new Diploma in Applied Neuropsychology. This course has the exact same content as our BPS Accredited course, the Diploma in Clinical Neuropsychology. The difference between the two courses is that the BPS accredited diploma is only open to those who hold a BPS accredited Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClin) or recognised equivalent qualification obtained in another country.Diploma in Applied Neuropsychology
This new MSc is a collaboration between the School of Experimental Psychology and the Department of Neuropsychology within North Bristol NHS Trust. The degree provides you with training in clinical neuropsychology and a substantial portion of taught content is provided by clinicians working within the NHS. In addition to taught content the degree also involves a research project component.MSc in Applied Neuropsychology
This programme provides an opportunity to specialise in theoretical and practical aspects of neuropsychology. It is strongly focused upon the human brain and aims to provide an integrated understanding of brain function, clinical neuropsychology, and neuropsychological techniques.MSc in Neuropsychology
The MSc. in Research Methods is an ESRC-recognised course designed for students who hold a first degree in psychology. This course will provide students with a first-class theoretical and practical grounding in psychological research techniques, thus equipping the successful student to go on to a PhD. programme in experimental psychology or related disciplines.MSc in Research Methods in Psychology
Masters by Research involve only an independent and original research project under the supervision of a staff member across the whole year. The research project is written up as a thesis, which is assessed by two independent examiners. The candidate must also defend the thesis in an oral examination (viva voce).MSc by research
This research based degree programme will require you to undertake a substantial piece of work, in the form of a thesis which embodies a significant and original contribution to experimental psychology, worthy of publication. You will be supervised by a member of academic staff from within the school. Assessment is by thesis and a viva.PhD
Significant numbers of graduates go on to PhD research, here or in other leading UK or overseas departments.
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