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Are you a psychology graduate who wants to develop your knowledge even further or is particularly interested in a career in psychology? The MSc Psychology will allow you to progress into more advanced study or to graduate level roles in professional areas of psychology requiring further study at doctoral level. Read more
Neuroscience is an exciting and emerging discipline, which seeks to understand the most complex organ in the body – the brain. Read more
Learn to apply psychological methods and approaches to educational policy and practice. This BPS-accredited conversion course is ideal if you want to pursue a career in psychology, but didn't study Psychology at undergraduate level, or studied on a non-accredited programme. Read more
MSc Language Sciences provides an opportunity for in-depth study in one or more areas of the language sciences with five separate specialised routes that follow a common structure. All students on the programme take a core set of modules and then have the opportunity to tailor their degree in a specific area of the language sciences which is aligned to their interest. Read more
The PG Dip programme equips students with a critical understanding of psychological models of psychosis and the skills to deliver high quality and creative cognitive behavioural interventions. Read more
Studying both cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology will give a thorough grounding in the scientific investigation of the neural mechanisms underlying human behaviour and the effects of brain injury on cognitive function. Read more
Has your undergraduate degree inspired you to learn more about the way people work? Our MSc Psychology is an advanced fast-track conversion course for students with an undergraduate degree in a subject other than psychology, or for those whose undergraduate Psychology degree was not accredited by the British Psychological Society. Read more
Designed for graduates of psychology and other related disciplines (biomedical sciences, neuroscience, psychophysiology), this course introduces you to various topics in cognitive neuroscience, normal and abnormal development of perceptual and higher level cognitive functions across the lifespan. Read more
Neuroscience brings together scientists with a wide range of skills and backgrounds to examine fundamental aspects of our brains and behaviour, and to develop new drugs and therapies to treat some of the most feared and debilitating diseases. Read more
Life Sciences at Sussex is renowned for offering a global outlook and positive approaches to our research and your studies.
We pride ourselves on collaboration between clinicians and non-clinicians, and many of our courses include teaching from practising clinicians as well as research active academics.