MSc Psychology and Education (Conversion)

University of Sheffield    School of Education

Full time September MSc 1 year full-time Award winner
Education (11) Psychology (31)

About the course

Our MSc offers an innovative, critical and interdisciplinary approach to the study of psychology and its application in an educational context.

You will experience an innovative, critical and interdisciplinary approach to the study of psychology and learn the skills and techniques necessary to critically analyse psychological theory and research in real-life settings.

This MSc is a psychology conversion course which provides Graduate Membership (GMBPsS) of the British Psychological Society (BPS) providing you pass the empirical project and gain the equivalent of at least a 2:2 overall.


This course is British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited.

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Entry Requirements

Minimum 2:1 undergraduate honours degree.

You should have an interest in or experience of psychology and/or education.

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Student Profiles

Lene Osmundsen

Graduated in 2019

The MSc Psychology and Education conversion course at Sheffield University was the highlight of my time at university. The course is well thought out, with brilliant lecturers who are passionate about their respective fields and advancing the education of their students.

Yan Zhou

Graduated in 2019

Last summer I finished my Bachelors degree and then started my Masters degree at the University of Sheffield. Compared to the bustling metropolis, I prefer a quiet city, which is one of the reasons why I chose Sheffield.

James Comer

Graduated in 2019

After working for four years in education as a primary school teaching assistant, I decided that I wanted to pursue a career in educational psychology; however, having had no formal education on the subject, I was unsure of how to proceed.

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