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BSc (Hons) Psychology

Course Overview

The BSc (Hons) Psychology program offers a thorough exploration of psychological theories, research methods, and practical applications. The course is designed to provide students with a deep understanding of the various aspects of human behaviour and mental processes, preparing them for a wide range of careers in psychology and related fields.



Why study this course?

  • Gain insights into the complexities of human thought, emotion, and behaviour through a diverse range of psychological theories and practical applications.
  • Engage in cutting-edge research projects, developing skills in research design, data analysis, and critical evaluation of scientific literature.
  • Prepare for a variety of careers in psychology, including clinical, educational, organizational, and research roles, or pursue further studies in specialised postgraduate programs.
  • The program is accredited by relevant psychological associations, ensuring that your degree meets professional standards and enhances your career prospects in psychology.

Course details

  • Location

    Regent College London
  • Duration

    3 years
  • Study mode

  • Fees

    £ 9,250 per year, £ 15,950 per year (Overseas)
  • Timetable

    Flexible options with weekday, evening, and weekend classes available. Check when you apply.
  • Delivered in partnership with


  • Biological Psychology: Understanding the physiological bases of behaviour, including brain function and neurochemistry.
  • Cognitive Psychology: Exploring mental processes such as perception, memory, and problem-solving.
  • Developmental Psychology: Studying human growth and development across the lifespan.
  • Social Psychology: Examining how individuals are influenced by social contexts and interactions.
  • Research Methods: Learning how to design, conduct, and analyse psychological research.

Career progression

Graduates of the BSc (Hons) Psychology program are well-equipped to pursue various career paths, including:

  • Clinical Psychology: Working in healthcare settings to diagnose and treat mental health issues.
  • Educational Psychology: Supporting the learning and development of children and young people in educational environments.
  • Human Resources: Applying psychological principles to improve workplace dynamics and employee well-being.
  • Research and Academia: Conducting psychological research or pursuing further studies in postgraduate programs.
  • Counselling and Therapy: Providing support and therapy to individuals dealing with psychological issues.

Entry Requirements

  • UCAS points: 96
  • Level 3: Any subjects are acceptable
  • GCSEs: Five at grade C or above / grade 4 to 9
  • IELTS: 6.0 with no less than 5.5 in any band (non-native speakers)


  • If you are an international student, you must take a Secure English Language Test (SELT). You can only take a SELT with one of the following providers: IELTS SELT Consortium including UKVI Academic IELTS, LanguageCert, Pearson and PSI Services (UK) Ltd. Please see here for the minimum scores required for each

If you didn’t study GCSEs / A-Levels and have non-traditional entry qualifications or relevant work experience we will be happy to consider your application. You’ll be required to attend an interview as part of the admissions process.

  • Dr Morris A Anglin
    Dean of School of Health and Sports Science

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