BA Degree in Psychology (BPS Accredited) @ Richmond University (2023)

About the programme

Like our other undergraduate programmes, our BA in Psychology is based on the American liberal arts tradition, which offers a multi-disciplinary approach. So alongside an introduction to Psychology and Psychological Debates and Controversies in your first year, you’ll also study Research and Writing and Visual Thinking, with students from other disciplines, making a truly international education.

You’ll also have the advantage of studying for one degree and acquiring two – one from the UK and one from the US.

In the second year you’ll dig deeper into the discipline as you study Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology, Developmental Psychology and Biological Psychology.

An exciting range of subjects are on offer in the final two years, from Developmental Psychopathology to Brain and Cognition, with really interesting electives where you can specialise such as Psychology and Cinema; the Psychology of Happiness and Well-being; Clinical Psychology and Human Sexuality and Biodiversity.

You’ll have the opportunity to be a member of the only Psi Chi chapter in the UK, the International Honor Society in Psychology, which aims to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship, and to advance the science of psychology. Many of the Society’s members have gone on to distinguished careers in psychology.

Develop your research skills through our Mind in Society Psychology Research Centre, which organises talks and conferences on such issues as the concept of resilience and how individuals and communities bounce back after adversity.

As a student of Psychology at Richmond, you will get access to our new Psychology Laboratory to design and conduct your own research with faculty supervision (we have a full-time Lab technician). The Psychology Lab hosts over 40 students actively engaged in research each semester. It’s fantastic preparation for your next steps upon graduation, either further study as a postgraduate student or in a position of employment.

What you will study

Richmond is the only university in the UK where the degree programmes are based on the US educational approach which is a four year pathway.Every undergraduate degree student will first enter ourLiberal Artsprogramme before specialising in theirMajor.

Find out more about the Core Curriculum >>

YEAR 1

Courses

  • Foundations in Psychology
  • Psychological Debates and Controversies
  • Scientific Reasoning in Psychology
  • Tools for Change
  • Research and Writing I

Plus one of the following:

  • Visual Thinking
  • Narratives of Change
YEAR 2

Courses

  • Beginning Human Science Research
  • Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Biological Basis of Human Behaviour
  • Research and Writing II
  • Social Change in Practice
  • Probability and Statistics 1
YEAR 3

Courses

  • Human Development
  • Personality, Individual Differences and Intelligence
  • Social Psychology
  • Quantitative Methods in Psychology
  • Experimental Methods in Psychology

Plus one of the following:

  • Human Sexuality and Biodiversity
  • Mind and Language
  • Psychology and Cinema
  • Health Psychology
  • Organisational Behaviour

Plus one of the following:

  • Service Learning: Digital Collaboration
  • Service Learning: Leadership in a Changing World
  • Service Learning: Environment and Society
  • Service Learning: Global Citizenship and Migration
YEAR 4

Courses

  • Theories and Systems in Psychology
  • Developmental Psychopathology
  • Brain and Cognition
  • Senior Project in Psychology I: Quantitative Methods
  • Senior Project in Psychology II: Qualitative Methods

Plus one of the following:

  • Psychoanalysis
  • Existential Psychology
  • Psychology of Happiness and Wellbeing
  • Clinical Psychology

Integrated Internship

  • World Internship in Psychology
  • Internship in Psychology

In addition to the courses outlined above, there are open electives in each year. Course content and delivery can be subject to change. For more detailed information on the programme specification, please find more details here.

A normal course load per academic year is 30 US credits, equivalent to 120 UK credits. Students complete 120 UK credits at Level 6 in their chosen major.

Psychology (BA) with Foundation

There are many reasons why taking this programme with a Foundation option could be the ideal choice; you may not have the exact subjects or grades at A level to meet the entry requirements, you may have tried other options such as apprenticeship and want to change direction or have been living abroad.

Whatever your starting point, studying this programme with a Foundation option offers you a great opportunity to gain both a UK and US degree and start the adventure of a lifetime, studying with us in the world’s top student city.

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This is what our Foundation option can offer you:

  • Start this programme with lower entry qualifications, see below
  • A four year, full-time degree programme with an extra summer semester in Year 1 included for free, so you can study at your own pace
  • Timetabled English and study skills classes to enhance your knowledge and skills
  • Great student support including a Personal Academic Advisor, with help on housing, health and wellbeing, financial guidance and careers advice from our award-winning Student Affairs team

Entry requirements

At Richmond our undergraduate degree programmes, which are based on the US educational approach, are offered on a four year pathway. Every undergraduate degree student will first enter our Liberal Arts programme before specialising in their Major.

This programme can also be taken as a three year pathway depending on previous qualifications. The entry requirements for all undergraduate programmes at Richmond are the same, regardless of your chosen Major.

Academic Entry Requirements

Below is information on our entry requirements for both 4 years and 4 years with foundation programmes.

4 YEARS

  • A Levels:96 UCAS points
  • US High School Diploma (or equivalent):2.5 GPA minimum (on 4.0 scale)
  • International Baccalaureate:24 IB points (year 1)
  • BTEC National Diploma:MMM
  • Completion of Year 12-13 International equivalent secondary school qualification with a minimum gradeaverage of grade of Cincluding mathematics and English.

4 YEARS W/ FOUNDATION

  • GCSEs: 5 at grade C or above / grade 4-9 (or equivalent)

We understand that not every student is in the same situation, if you have any questions about your qualifications, please get in touch with us enquiries@richmond.ac.uk.


English Language Entry Requirements

For more information on English Language Requirements for your country visit our How to Apply webpage.

Fees & funding

Undergraduate tuition fees for students starting their programme this academic year can be found in the table below.

UK
EU / INT
US
Spring 2023Fall 2023Spring 2023Fall 2023Spring 2023Fall 2023
Undergraduate Programmes
(per year)
£9,250£9,250£14,750TBC$38,000TBC

*This includes a scholarship award upon successful application


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UK/EU Scholarships

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International Scholarships

Link to: United States Undergraduate Student Finance

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US Scholarships

Employability

The University offers personal development seminars, leadership opportunities and access to work experience, volunteering and internships. There is also a dedicated, personalised service for assistance with CV writing, interview preparation tips and much more.

Throughout your studies, you will have the opportunity to build links with industry experts and Richmond alumni, connecting you to a vast and influential worldwide network.


Internships
We offer career support and advice through our that will assist and guide you in your study choices to make sure you stand out from the crowd when you graduate. Whether you are interested in gaining work experience in London or internationally, we will be here to help you find the best possible opportunities.

Through internships you will gainbusiness acumen, beneficial work experiences and transferable skillswhich will give you a competitive advantage in a fast-paced working environment.

Work while you study across 5 continents through our partnersConnect123andCRCC Asiawith destinations in Spain, Argentina, South Africa, China, Japan, Vietnam and Australia.

Our students have previously interned at:

  • The Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience – UCL
  • Vision Lab – UCL
  • Anna Freud Centre
  • Mental Health Internship at the NHS
  • Collingham Child and Family Psychiatric Unit
  • The Tavistock Clinic


Graduate Destinations
Below is a list of where some of the graduates of this programme have gone on to work.

  • Stanford University School of Medicine
  • Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • ChildNet Youth and Family Services
  • Swiss International Scientific School in Dubai
  • West London NHS Trust
  • Education for Change Public Schools
  • FBI

Study abroad

All students at Richmond University have the opportunity to study abroad. You can either study at one of our campusesfor a semester to a year orstudy overseas at any of our partner locations across the world giving you an unique experience.

How to apply

You can apply one of three ways, either apply directlythrough us, apply throughUCASand for our US students, via theCommon Application($50.00).

In order to submit your application you will need the following information

  • Details of your education history, including the dates of all exams/assessments
  • The email address of your referee who we can request a reference from, or alternatively an electronic copy of your academic reference
  • A personal statement – this can either be emailed as a Word Document or PDF, or completed online
  • An electronic copy of your in process or completed high school (secondary school) transcript and graduation certificate

Visit ourHow to Apply webpagefor more information regarding Entry Requirements, admissions processes and to start your application.

When to apply
We encourage you to complete your application as early as possible, even if you are completing your undergraduate programme of study. In this case you will be offered a place that is conditional on successfully completing a specified qualification and English language qualification if applicable.

If you would like your application to be considered for a Richmond bursary, an early application is strongly recommended.

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What our students say

“I’m a Psychology major and I’m currently in my last semester.

During my internship I was a research assistant helping with the Social Relationships Study at SGDP (Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre) in the KCL Denmark Hill campus. The study looks at the gender differences in Autism Spectrum Disorder in adults.

My responsibilities included recruiting the participants, managing data entry, mail merges, and online questionnaires sent to the participants and their parents. I also conducted visits in the participants’ houses and administered a battery of tasks, including IQ, memory, and theory of mind tests. During the visits I also shadowed autism assessments. Back in the office I transcribed and scored the tasks and entered the data in SPSS.

Interacting with the participants has definitely been my favourite aspect of the placement. I really enjoyed getting to know the participants and learning more about ASD. The internship has also benefitted me as now I know what the job of a research assistant looks like and learned how to perform the tasks associated with this position. I also developed a greater sense of professionalism and I’m more confident about my future transition from the classroom into the workplace. In addition, the placement has shaped my future career choices as I am now considering pursuing a career in research.

Overall it was a very good experience and I would recommend every student at Richmond to do an internship if they have an opportunity to do so.”

“I am so glad I chose to study Psychology at Richmond. The Psychology department is exceptionally supportive in both the modules for your degree and your future aspirations. Richmond Psychology has given me a variety of opportunities to expand my horizons, including membership to Psi Chi, the international honours society.”

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Elisabeth JoycePsychology (BA)

“Studying Psychology at Richmond has given me a massive amount of knowledge in not just Psychology, but in statistics and research methods. The rich liberal arts curriculum which Richmond provides, paired with my major classes, mutually benefit each other in allowing me to approach topics and challenges from a variety of different angles”.

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Christian SchumacherPsychology (BA)

“I chose Richmond because it gave me the opportunity to expand my horizons, academically due to the dual degree offered and culturally because of the diverse nationalities represented on campus.

My Richmond experience has been unique! What I loved the most is the flexible academic programme, which means that I have been able to take classes that are of interest to me outside of my main area of study.

There is something for everyone, be that academically or outside the classroom. I have had many memorable experiences along the way which will stay with me beyond my time at Richmond”.

Vedica R PodarBusiness Administration, Minor in Psychology (BA)

“I’m a Psychology major and I’m currently in my last semester.

During my internship I was a research assistant helping with the Social Relationships Study at SGDP (Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre) in the KCL Denmark Hill campus. The study looks at the gender differences in Autism Spectrum Disorder in adults.

My responsibilities included recruiting the participants, managing data entry, mail merges, and online questionnaires sent to the participants and their parents. I also conducted visits in the participants’ houses and administered a battery of tasks, including IQ, memory, and theory of mind tests. During the visits I also shadowed autism assessments. Back in the office I transcribed and scored the tasks and entered the data in SPSS.

Interacting with the participants has definitely been my favourite aspect of the placement. I really enjoyed getting to know the participants and learning more about ASD. The internship has also benefitted me as now I know what the job of a research assistant looks like and learned how to perform the tasks associated with this position. I also developed a greater sense of professionalism and I’m more confident about my future transition from the classroom into the workplace. In addition, the placement has shaped my future career choices as I am now considering pursuing a career in research.

Overall it was a very good experience and I would recommend every student at Richmond to do an internship if they have an opportunity to do so.”

Oliwia GorzynskaPsychology (BA)

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FAQs

Is BA Psychology accredited by the BPS? ›

A highly popular programme which is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS), our BA degree in Psychology will enable you to explore the fascinating world of human behaviour.

Is psychology BS better than BA? ›

A BA opens up opportunities in fields like criminal justice and social work while a BS prepares learners for more research-based, clinical professions. Many psychology bachelor's degrees prepare students for specialized careers in subsets of the field, including organizational psychology and forensic psychology.

Is BA Psychology a good option? ›

Is BA psychology a good course? BA psychology is an excellent programme for all those interested in studying human psychology and behaviour. It opens up several opportunities in areas like social work, counselling, law, research and education.

How hard is psychology degree? ›

According to students studying psychology, there is quite a lot of reading that you need to do. Psychology is one of the more difficult degrees and many of your assignments will require you to cite your sources and will require you to back up a lot of the arguments that you have.

Is a BA better than a BPS? ›

A BPS is generally the opposite of a BA in that 75% of the credits you earn can be professionally-focused, with the remaining 25% in the liberal arts.

Is BPS accreditation important? ›

Having a BPS accredited degree or conversion MSc is an entry requirement for doctorate-level training courses approved by the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC)*. This ensures that students who progress to postgraduate clinical psychology have covered the requisite subject areas in enough depth.

What can a BA in psychology get you? ›

8 Jobs You Can Pursue with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology
  • Social Worker. Social work can be a common landing spot for graduates with a bachelor's degree in psychology. ...
  • Market Researcher. ...
  • Advertising Agent. ...
  • Child Care Worker. ...
  • Teacher. ...
  • Career Counselor. ...
  • Writer. ...
  • Lawyer.
25 Jul 2018

Can I become a clinical psychologist with a BA in psychology? ›

A bachelor's degree (B.A/B.Sc) in Psychology will help you explore the many aspects that psychology has to offer. However, you cannot become a psychologist right after your graduation. You need to study further for that.

Which is harder BA or BS psychology? ›

The BS option involves a stronger concentration on the major area of study and students take more psychology courses than those who are pursuing a BA.

Can I get a job after BA in psychology? ›

Jobs after BA Psychology include Career Counsellor, Child Psychologist, Developmental Psychologist, Social Psychologist, Community Health Officer, Social Worker, and Daycare Supervisor. The average BA Psychology salary in India is INR 4.9 LPA (Source: Payscale).

What is the future of BA Psychology? ›

After completing this degree, one can work in various fields such as human resources, marketing, advertising, sales, customer service, teaching, and counselling. There are many job opportunities available for graduates with a BA (Hons) Applied Psychology degree in India.

What is the difference of BA Psychology BA and psychology BS? ›

The B.S., or Bachelor of Science in Psychology, has a lot in common with the B.A. in Psychology. What sets it apart, however, is that the B.S. program usually includes additional math and science courses rather than electives or topic specializations.

What is the easiest degree in psychology? ›

Psychology Studies at the Undergraduate Levels

Two-year degrees in psychology offered by community colleges and junior colleges are the easiest psychology programs you will find. Available on campus and online, associate's degrees in psychology typically require around 60 credits of college coursework.

What are the easiest bachelor degrees? ›

The 16 Easiest College Majors – 2023 Rankings
  • Psychology.
  • Criminal Justice.
  • English.
  • Education.
  • Religious Studies.
  • Social Work.
  • Sociology.
  • Communications.
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Is a Bachelor's degree in psychology hard? ›

Acquiring a bachelor's degree in psychology is difficult; it requires young 18‒20-year-old college kids to demonstrate dedication, maturity and initiative. When those students get to grad school, they will have the luxury of smaller classes and almost infinite professor availability.

Is bps a real degree? ›

A bachelor of professional studies degree is focused on professional skills and career preparation so students can get a head start on their careers. A student in a B.P.S. program completes a shortened set of general education (liberal arts) courses, which is considerably less than what's required for B.A. or B.S.

What is a BPS equal to? ›

Basis points, otherwise known as bps or "bips," are a unit of measure used in finance to describe the percentage change in the value or rate of a financial instrument. One basis point is equivalent to 0.01% (1/100th of a percent) or 0.0001 in decimal form.

Which is best BA Honours or BA? ›

“While the honours programme is more specialised and focuses on a particular subject (eg: BA Honours History or BA Honours Political Science), the multidisciplinary one (BA Programme) is in which they will have more general knowledge from two or three subjects.

What if my degree isn't BPS accredited? ›

You can gain a perfectly good understanding of psychology without a BPS accreditation, but you'll likely miss out on opportunities and relevant industry information if your course isn't accredited.

Can you become a psychologist without BPS accreditation? ›

You don't need BPS accreditation to be a clinical psychologist. The accreditation you need is HCPC. This is the case for any of the practitioner psychologist titles. Psychologist is not a protected title, so you could "be a psychologist" without any accreditation.

What does it mean if a course is BPS accredited? ›

BPS accredited programmes are highly valued by employers and give students a route to full BPS membership. The accreditation process means that our programme has been successfully benchmarked against the BPS's high standards.

What type of BA is psychology? ›

A Bachelor of Arts in Psychology is considered a liberal arts degree. While enrolled in a B.A. in Psychology program, you'll complete courses in humanities and social sciences as well as general electives in psychology.

What certificate can I get with BA in psychology? ›

What certifications can I get with a bachelor's in psychology?
  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) ...
  • Certified Alzheimer Caregiver ™ ...
  • Certified Co-Occurring Disorder Specialist. ...
  • Certified Sexuality Educator or Counselor. ...
  • Certified in Thanatology: Death, Dying, and Bereavement. ...
  • Equine Assisted Psychotherapist (EAGALA)
3 May 2021

Can I work in hospital after BA psychology? ›

What you can do is after a BA is get an internship in a hospital. But a Masters you will need after that. There are many people with masters who do not get work so please do it the right way. You cannot take a risk as you will be working with people and helping them.

Can a BA psychologist become a psychiatrist? ›

You would need to have either an MD or D.O. degree (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, a 4-year medical degree), then do an internship, then do a residency in psychiatry. So, yes, with a B.A. in Psychology you can become a psychiatrist—after graduating medical school, getting a medical license, etc.

What is the difference between psychologist and clinical psychologist? ›

A typical distinction is that general psychologists focus on healthier people, while clinical psychologists focus on people with more serious mental health issues.

Does BA Psychology have maths? ›

Is maths required for psychology?? Anushka, Psychology is a branch of social sciences. And so if you want to take up Psychology as a subject for your Bachelor's degree, you neednt have Mathematics as your subject in your 12th curriculum.

How long does it take to become a BA in psychology? ›

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (AB PSY) is a four-year degree program that helps students understand human behavior and different thinking processes through the use of basic scientific principles and psychological theories.

Can you get into medical school with a BA in psychology? ›

National statistics show that students who major in psychology are as likely to be admitted to medical school as those who major in biology or chemistry. Psychology is particularly valuable for those premedical students interested in neurology, psychiatry, pediatrics, or behavioral medicine.

Which degree is best after BA in psychology? ›

A master's degree in psychology is a graduate-level degree that usually takes between two and three years beyond the bachelor's degree to complete. Like the bachelor's degree, students can usually choose between a Master of Arts (M.A.) or Master of Science (M.S.) in psychology.

How many subjects are there in BA Psychology? ›

A required entry criterion to study BA Psychology is that the student must pass her 10+2 exam with at least 50% of the grades from the Board. Psychology is one of 27 domain-specific subjects in Section II offered as a UG degree at most CUET participating universities.

What degree is better for psychology? ›

A bachelor's degree offers the best pathway to a variety of psychology careers. Graduates may take positions in social and community services, human resources, and rehabilitation services or pursue employment in non-psychological fields such as business, criminal justice, and education.

Is it smart to get a psychology degree? ›

A degree in psychology opens up many opportunities to have a positive effect on someone's life. For example, as a practitioner in the field, you may help people overcome the effects of trauma, deal with a mental illness, face a mental health crisis or achieve personal goals.

Which field of psychology is most interested? ›

The following are 11 of the most exciting options in this diverse and intriguing field.
  • #1 Addictions. ...
  • #2 Clinical Psychology. ...
  • #3 Industrial-Organizational Psychology. ...
  • #4 Forensic Psychology. ...
  • #5 Counseling Psychology. ...
  • #6 Child Development. ...
  • #7 Behavioral Neuroscience. ...
  • #8 Experimental Psychology.

What is the highest degree in psychology? ›

A doctoral degree is the highest level of education in the field of psychology. These degrees make you eligible to work without supervision and with the legal title of psychologist. Depending on the degree you choose, earning a doctorate in psychology could take anywhere from 4 to 8 years.

What is the hardest bachelor degree? ›

What Are the 10 Most Difficult College Majors?
  • Economics – 2.95.
  • Biology – 3.02.
  • Geology – 3.03.
  • Philosophy – 3.08.
  • Finance – 3.08.
  • Physics – 3.10.
  • Computer Science – 3.13.
  • Mechanical Engineering – 3.17.
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Which bachelor is most difficult? ›

20 Hardest Majors: The Ultimate Guide
  1. Chemistry. At number one on the list is chemistry.
  2. Architecture. ...
  3. Chemical Engineering. ...
  4. Computer Science. ...
  5. Aerospace Engineering. ...
  6. Biomedical Engineering. ...
  7. Materials Engineering. ...
  8. Petroleum Engineering. ...

Which degree is hardest to get? ›

What are the hardest degree subjects? The hardest degree subjects are Chemistry, Medicine, Architecture, Physics, Biomedical Science, Law, Neuroscience, Fine Arts, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Economics, Education, Computer Science and Philosophy.

What degrees are accredited by the BPS? ›

What types of programmes does the BPS accredit?
  • Clinical Psychology.
  • Counselling Psychology.
  • Forensic Psychology.
  • Educational Psychology.
  • Health Psychology.
  • Occupational Psychology.
  • Sport and Exercise Psychology.

Which accreditation is best for psychology? ›

The American Psychological Association (APA)

The APA is the only organization authorized by the U.S. Department of Education to accredit doctoral-level professional psychology programs.

Is BPS a real degree? ›

A bachelor of professional studies degree is focused on professional skills and career preparation so students can get a head start on their careers. A student in a B.P.S. program completes a shortened set of general education (liberal arts) courses, which is considerably less than what's required for B.A. or B.S.

What can you do with a BPS psychology degree? ›

Career options in psychology
  • Academic Teaching and Research. ...
  • Assistant Psychologist. ...
  • Clinical Associate in Psychology (England) and Clinical Associate in Applied Psychology (Scotland) ...
  • Clinical Psychologist. ...
  • Counselling Psychologist. ...
  • Educational Psychologist. ...
  • Forensic psychologist. ...
  • Health Psychologist.

Can you become a psychologist with a BA in psych? ›

What Degrees Do I Need? To become a psychologist, after obtaining a bachelor's degree in psychology, one must attend graduate school and obtaining a master's degree and/or doctoral degree. At the master's degree level, one can obtain a master of arts (M.A.) or a master of science (M.Sc.).

Is a Certificate in psychology worth it? ›

Yes, a psychology degree is worth it for many students. The Bureau of Labor Statistics is projecting 5% job growth in life, physical, and social science occupations over the next 10 years.

Does accreditation matter for psychology? ›

For Programs

APA-accredited programs undergo a rigorous review process, and accreditation is voluntary in the U.S. Going through the APA accreditation process will help your program gain valuable insights that you can use to provide the best possible education in psychology for your students.

What if my course is not BPS accredited? ›

If your course isn't accredited by the BPS, it doesn't necessarily mean it's not a good educational programme. But it's fair to say that courses that are BPS accredited have a reliable seal of approval that non-accredited programmes can't necessarily claim.

What is the minimum qualification for psychologist? ›

A Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) degree is required in Psychology. The curriculum focuses on personality development, psychotherapy, stress management, and neuro-psychology. Postgraduate specialisation is available, with an MA or M.Sc. in Psychology, Social Work, or Counselling.

What qualification should a psychologist have? ›

Postgraduate Masters study in a specialist area, such as Health Psychology, Sport and Exercise Psychology, or Organisational Psychology. The exact nature of the training will vary, but generally you'll need to have previously competed a Psychology MSc or MPhil with an applied research project.

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