AFTER DLD

Since Psychology is the study of what underpins human behaviour, its application in future careers is widespread. This can range from managing people, marketing products, practising Law and of course, specialising as a psychologist. For a career in Psychology you would need to first obtain an undergraduate degree that is recognised by the British Psychological Society and then specialise in one area, for example, Clinical & Counselling Psychology; Forensic Psychology; Sport Psychology; Health Psychology; Occupational Psychology and Neuropsychology. University courses in Psychology are popular and vast, but we are available to help you in finding a course that is right for you.