Psychological Methods - MRes

University of Sussex    School of Psychology

Full time & Part time September MRes 1 Year Full Time / 2 Years Part Time
Mathematics (25) Psychology (31)

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Unleash your potential with the Psychological Methods - MRes programme at the University of Sussex. This advanced course provides a robust foundation in psychology methods and concepts, equipping you with the skills for cutting-edge research. Delve into diverse psychology specialisms and benefit from a unique two-term research internship within our esteemed School of Psychology. As one of the largest psychology units in the UK, we offer expert supervision across various research groups, including Behavioural Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, and Social Psychology. Recognised by the ESRC-funded South East Network for Social Sciences Doctoral Training Partnership, this MRes serves as an ideal pathway to doctoral study. The programme's flexible structure allows for full-time or part-time study, accommodating your work and personal commitments. With a focus on core modules like Advanced Statistics and Qualitative Research Methods, you'll be primed for a successful career as an academic, researcher, or technical adviser. Join us and embark on a rewarding journey towards a fulfilling research career.

About the course

Gain a strong grounding in the methods and concepts of psychology and get advanced research training. Study this course if you want to go on to doctoral study in a range of psychology specialisms, or to follow a career in psychological research.

You’ll benefit from a two-term research internship taught in our School of Psychology. We are one of the largest psychology units in the UK and offer supervision across a range of topics, encompassed by our research groups in:

Pathway to doctoral study

This Masters is recognised by the ESRC-funded South East Network for Social Sciences Doctoral Training Partnership as a pathway to doctoral study.

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Entry Requirements

You should normally have an upper second-class (2.1) undergraduate honours degree or above.

Your qualification should be in psychology or a closely related subject such as neuroscience. You may also be considered for the course if you have other professional qualifications or experience of equivalent standing.

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