We are a dynamic, diverse and inclusive School striving to provide students with knowledge and expertise in Psychology, Education, Childhood, Families and Disability studies.
Our innovative range of courses are designed to equip students with key employability skills to pursue careers in a range of professions such as psychologists, education professionals, therapists, family practitioners or something else entirely within public, voluntary or private sectors.
Within the School, we have a wealth of experience with enthusiastic and engaging lecturers who are passionate about their subject areas. Our expertise is underpinned by our creative and contemporary research activities.
All of our Psychology degrees are accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) which provides graduates chartered membership of the BPS: the first essential step to a career as a Psychologist. In addition, graduates can pursue a career in child development and developmental therapies. We also have a range of undergraduate and post graduate degree programmes within the discipline of Education including initial teaching training and research degrees. Our established Early Childhood Studies degree was the first of its kind in the UK, now celebrating its 25th anniversary and incorporating early years practice, family studies and special educational needs and disability.
Our values are founded on the principle that education is for everyone.
Whichever programme of study you choose in School of Psychology and Education, with the individual attention we offer, you will develop confidence and skills to lead and succeed in a changing world.