This course is for anyone with a clinical or academic interest in psychoanalysis. It covers the history and development of major psychoanalytic traditions and is highly relevant to contemporary social, political and cultural debates.
Why study MA Psychoanalysis at Middlesex?
Middlesex University was one of the first universities in the UK to teach psychoanalysis at graduate level, and our world-renowned Centre for Psychoanalysis is testament to a long-standing reputation in this field of research.
The Centre facilitates individual and collaborative research into psychoanalysis. It provides a focus for the scholarly activity of its members; hosts international conferences, seminars and workshops; provides a productive work environment for many visiting scholars in the field; and develops research projects with colleagues from the European Union, the Middle East, Russia and Latin America.
During the course you will examine the unconscious mind in everyday life and in relation to mental illness and human suffering. You will expand your critical and analytical skills in a productive atmosphere, enhanced by high-level group and individual tutorials.
- Based at our Hendon campus you will benefit from our excellent student facilities, and be taught by academics and clinicians who are actively pursuing innovative research in the field. - The School of Health and Education has a lively research culture lead by internationally-recognised researchers. Our purpose-built science building houses some of the best and most up- to-date psychology specialist postgraduate computer, laboratory and library study facilities for teaching and research in the UK.
page on the Middlesex University website for more details!
A 2.2 undergraduate degree or relevant experience is required. Applicants with clinical qualifications may be offered direct entry into the second year part-time.
FEES £8,000 per year full time FEES INTERNATIONAL £12,000 per year full time
Recipient: Middlesex University
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