It is a very exciting time to study psychology at Cardiff Met. The department is vibrant and developing, with a tightly knit team of academics, administrators and technicians who are committed to ensuring you get a great education at university.
Our psychology students develop skills valued by employers, such as writing reports, statistical analysis and delivering oral presentations. Opportunities exist in Clinical Psychology, Health and Social Care, Health Promotion, Mental Health, Occupational Therapy, Sales and Marketing, Recruitment, Learning Support, Teaching, Police, Civil Service Administration, NHS Administration.
Graduates who have an accredited first degree in psychology can go on to apply for a range of postgraduate training programmes in areas such as clinical, educational, occupational, health and forensic psychology. We currently offer postgraduate training in Health and Forensic Psychology. The MSc programmes in Health and Forensic Psychology are the first step towards practitioner and chartered psychologist status.
Find out more about the Department of Applied Psychology at the Cardiff School of Health Sciences