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  Research Methods in Psychology (MSc)


University of St Andrews    School of Psychology and Neuroscience

Full time September MSc One year full time Award winner
Psychology (31)

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Unleash your potential with the MSc in Research Methods in Psychology at the esteemed School of Psychology and Neuroscience. This full-time postgraduate programme offers a unique blend of interdisciplinary social sciences training and advanced research skills in psychology. Dive into cutting-edge laboratories covering neurophysiology, cognitive psychology, and more. Accredited by the ESRC, the course spans two semesters with a mix of lectures, seminars, and workshops. Embrace a coursework assessment approach, culminating in a substantial 15,000-word research project. Engage in stimulating weekly seminars and the prestigious Jeeves Lecture series. Graduates often progress to PhD studies or secure research assistantships. The programme seeks candidates with a 2.1 Honours degree in Psychology or a related field, ensuring a high-calibre cohort. Elevate your career prospects with tailored advice and employability events. Join us to embark on a transformative academic journey in the heart of psychology research excellence.

About the course

The MSc in Research Methods in Psychology is a full-time taught postgraduate programme run by the School of Psychology and Neuroscience. The course is based on an initiative to provide interdisciplinary training in the social sciences plus advanced research training in psychology.

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Entry Requirements

A good 2.1 Honours undergraduate degree in Psychology or a related discipline.

English language proficiency.

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Becky

I decided to stay for postgraduate study after completing my undergraduate degree in Psychology because of the excellent teaching, and research opportunities. As a small and friendly, but very research-active School, Psychology students are both able to get to know their lecturers well and also engage with ongoing research and new ideas in a dynamic environment. This Masters course has honed my technical and academic skills, while giving me the opportunity to conduct my own research on differences in visual perception for migraine sufferers.

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