Why study Psychology at INTO University of East Anglia?

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INTO University of East Anglia have announced a new International Year One option in Psychology for September 2016 entry. The course is designed for students who narrowly missed out on the entry requirements to enter the first year of an undergraduate Psychology degree directly at UEA. Upon successful completion of the year one programme, students can progress directly to the second year of the undergraduate degree.

WHAT IS THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR ONE PROGRAMME?

  • A fast-track route to the second year of an undergraduate degree
  • Increase your knowledge of academic theory and content
  • Improve your language, study and research skills in preparation for undergraduate study
  • Progress directly to Year 2 of an undergraduate in the School of Psychology
  • Study alongside current first year UEA students in the School of Psychology

WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT THIS NEW PROGRAMME?

  • Full university status
  • A campus-based programme with lectures in the School of Psychology, alongside UEA undergraduate Year 1 psychology students
  • Benefit from international seminar groups and additional English language and study skills support at the INTO UEA Centre
  • University-style teaching with high contact hours and small class sizes.
  • Guaranteed progression to your chosen degree, subject to meeting progression requirements.
  • Professional help and support with your application to university.

WHY CHOOSE UEA?

  • Ranked top 15 UK Psychology department
  • Newest School of Psychology in a research-intensive UK university
  • State-of-the-art laboratory facilities: fully immersive virtual reality suite; electroencephalography (EEG); Eye-tracking and motion tracking equipment
  • Conference trips and entrepreneurial training
  • Work experience opportunities and optional year abroad
  • The BSc in Psychology has full British Psychological Society accreditation

If you are interested in applying to the University of East Anglia, arrange a free consultation today.

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