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  • Employment rate: 92%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
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  • Employment rate: 90%
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  • CompUniGuide: 49th
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  • Employment rate: 88%
    Source: UNISTATS, 2019
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  • Employment rate: 88%
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  • Employment rate: 89%
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Studying about Psychology

A psychology degree can prepare you to work in several areas including forensic psychology, childcare and health and education. Students learn the difference between biological and social psychology and explore why people think the way they do and how the world around them influences this. While some graduates will go on to work as psychologists, there are other career routes such as working alongside children and roles within the legal and social and welfare industries. Some graduates pursue postgraduate studies, which is compulsory if you wish to becomes a chartered psychologist.

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