MSc Forensic Psychology and Mental Health

University of Manchester

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Course descriptionOur MSc Forensic Psychology and Mental Health course is aimed at graduates who want to pursue a career as a Chartered Psychologist and/or register with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) as a Forensic Psychologist.You will cover topics such as psychology applied to legal and investigative processes, forensic risk assessment, offending behaviour interventions, research methods, and personality disorders.Teaching will comprise a blend of face-to-face and online ... READ MORE

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Full time | The University of Manchester | 12 months | SEP-21

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57th / 131
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13th
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19th

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SEP-21
Full Time
12 months

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We require you to have: a BSc Psychology degree (minimum Upper Second) or overseas equivalent , which confers Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) status with the British Psychological Society (BPS). If you are unsure whether your degree will give you eligibility for the GBC, you can check whether your degree was accredited for your intake year on the BPS website; evidence of attaining a minimum of an Upper Second across all BSc research methods taught units and the dissertation; an understanding of forensic psychology via your personal statement.; ideally, you should have some relevant voluntary or paid experience involving forensic settings/forensic clients, eg working with offenders/people at risk of offending, victims, or observation of criminal courtroom proceedings.

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University of Manchester

Oxford Road Manchester
M13 9PL United Kingdom Nearest train station: Manchester Piccadilly  0.3 miles away

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