MSc Forensic Psychology and Mental Health


Queen Mary University of London    School of Medicine

Full time September MSc 1 Year Full Time/ 2 Year Part Time
Medicine (26) Psychology (31)

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The MSc Forensic Psychology and Mental Health programme offers a unique opportunity to gain the necessary skills to work with offenders who pose a risk to others. Through a combination of taught classes and placement-based learning, you'll develop core clinical skills in forensic psychology and mental health services. This programme, delivered in partnership with East London NHS Foundation Trust, provides a psychosocial focus and a chance to work within a forensic setting. You'll also have the opportunity to conduct research and publish your findings. Entry requirements include a good undergraduate degree in Psychology or a related discipline, or an MBBS with registration as a trainee in Psychiatry.

About the course

Gain the skills you’ll need to work safely, ethically and effectively with offenders who pose a risk to others. Through a combination of taught classes and placement-based learning, you’ll not only learn as a student but also as an active staff member of staff in a forensic psychology and mental health system.

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Entry Requirements

A good 2:2 or above at undergraduate level in Psychology or a related discipline.

Alternatively, applicants should have an MBBS (or equivalent) and be registered as a Core or Higher trainee in any area of Psychiatry.




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