2:1 or higher in an undergraduate degree in Psychology conferring Graduate Basis for Chartership (GBC) from the British Psychological Society (BPS). If you’re unsure if you have GBC from your undergraduate programme, you can check here.
Age is no barrier to learning and we welcome all applications from suitably qualified students.
We are happy to consider all international applications and if you are an international student, you may find it useful to visit our international pages for details of entry requirements from your home country. International applicants are advised to check with the BPS if your course qualifies for GBC . You can use the “Non-UK applicants” tab to apply for GBC.
The University is a UKVI Tier 4 Sponsor.
If English is not your first language, please check our postgraduate English language requirements. If your English levels don’t meet our minimum requirements, you may be interested in applying for our Pre-sessional English Language Foundation Programmes.
When we assess your application, we are looking for:
- why you want to study Health Psychology
- why you have selected the University of Buckingham
- where you would like to go professionally with your degree
We assess this through your academic background, your personal statement, and a tutorial-style interview. Wherever possible, your tutorial interview will be conducted in person so that you may meet our Admissions Tutor, current students, and have a tour of the campus. If it is not possible for you to visit in person, so the tutorial interview may be conducted by Skype or phone.
The Psychology Admissions Team would be happy to answer any questions you may have:
+44 (0)1280 828322
Terms and conditions for prospective students
When you are offered a place at the University you will be notified of the terms and conditions between the University and students on our courses of study. When you accept an offer of a place on the course at the University a legal contract is formed between you and the University on the basis of the terms and conditions outlined in your offer letter. Your offer letter and the terms and conditions contain important information which you should read carefully before accepting any offer.
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