Why Study Psychology at Keele University?
Ranked top 150 in the World, Psychology is one of the longest established disciplines at Keele University. School of Psychology at Keele University offers a thriving and dynamic environment for both research and teaching excellence. We are proud of our high- profile research activity, our external impact, and our strong portfolio of courses in psychology, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Over 600 students study for an honour degree in Psychology by following one of our BPS-accredited degree programmes. We offer Single Honours and Combined Honours degrees, including an exciting new Psychology and Education course. Our undergraduate students have opportunites to study abroad for a semester or a whole year, and we have recently introduced the option for single honours students to study a placement year.
Join Dr Katie Wright-Bevans in the UKEAS Study World online webinar to find out more about studying Psychology at Keele University on 16 April 2021. Partial scholarships are available for students with excellent academic results too.
DR. Katie Wright- Bevans.
She is the Offer Holder Day Coordinator/ Programme Lead for Psychology with Placement Year for University of Keele
"I joined the School of Psychology as a lecturer in social and community psychology in October 2016, having previously worked part-time as a module assistant and seminar leader for the School. I completed both my undergraduate degree (with foundation year) and PhD at Keele University. My PhD was supervised by Prof Michael Murray and Dr Alex Lamont and examined by Prof Catherine Campbell and Prof Judith Sixsmith. Between completing my PhD and re-joining Keele University, I worked as a research associate at the University of Liverpool."
Speaker: Katie Wright - Bevans
Subject area: Psychology