Warwick will have a small number of places available in clearing in the Department of Psychology this year.
Our clearing hotline number will be 024 7653 3544 and it will open at 8am on Thursday 18 August.
Amreet is a Psychology student at Warwick who has just finished her first year. Read all about her experiences of her course and university life so far on her blog.
Why study Psychology at Warwick?
- This course is made for you if you want to be stretched by a research led, science based Psychology degree with a twist. The range of topics encompasses all you would expect from a BPS accredited programme but allows you the freedom, should you want it, to draw in other disciplines such as business, sociology and even modern languages.
- At Warwick you will be part of the academic community and be encouraged to think deeply and question everything. You will be researchers from the offset, learning critical skills that will look impressive on your CV and readily transfer to further study or the workplace.
- With so many paths to choose from, our dedicated Psychology careers advisor is on hand to inspire passions and guide you towards your calling.
- You’ll be taught by passionate academics in a friendly and supportive environment. In the National Student Survey, 90% of our students agreed that our staff are enthusiastic about what they’re teaching. Our full and varied programme allows plenty of opportunity to mix with like-minded people. Whether attending staff-student events organised by the highly active Psychology Student Society, chilling and mixing in the common room, joining peers and academics on our summer residential in the Great Windsor Park, or working directly with researchers on final-year projects, you’ll regularly find yourself in great company.
- We want you to be yourself and feel at home. You will be given time from our full curriculum to personally grow and enjoy all the social opportunities our buzzing campus boasts including sport, arts, music, beautiful spaces to chill or meet up and too many societies to count.
In the news
Take a look at some of the recent research from our Department of Psychology.