The study of psychology, which offers an evidence-based approach to understanding why humans feel, think and act the way they do, as well as how and why change occurs through the early years has strong links with the study of Education, which examines changing ideas about childhood, learning, schooling and education, and factors such as poverty, social policies and digital technologies which impact on these.
This course is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) as providing the Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC).
Peirce Proctor, BSc Psychology - Alumni
"By the end of the course I have been left in a position where I can quite happily handle my own experiments and research in the field of psychology. It was made possible by the help of my supervisor. " - read more about Peirce Proctor, BSc Psychology - Alumni
"I thoroughly enjoy studying the Education course at Keele because it gives you a real insight into the education sector as a whole." - read more about Rachel Ward
Naomi Hughes-White, BSc Neuroscience and Psychology - Alumni
"Keele Psychology has enhanced my employability by offering countless opportunities to enhance my skills and knowledge, including a 2-month studentship, voluntary work in labs, and talks from academics." - read more about Naomi Hughes-White, BSc Neuroscience and Psychology - Alumni
Michael Batterley, BSc Psychology with Counselling - Alumni
"During the course I have learnt how to plan and conduct research which has been crucial for me as it has given me the necessary skills to co-author and publish my own research paper." - read more about Michael Batterley, BSc Psychology with Counselling - Alumni
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