Skip to content


Psychology explores the capabilities and limitations of the mind, and is vital in understanding human behaviour. Discover how psychological research and therapy can make a tangible and positive difference to people's lives and society on one of our psychology courses.

Find your course

If you missed the UCAS January deadline, it’s not too late to apply to join us in September 2023. Apply now

Your future studying Psychology


Our degrees are accredited by the British Psychological Society.

By choosing Psychology at NTU, you'll explore the secrets of what makes us human, what it means to be alive, and why we behave in the ways we do.

Personalisation is key to our courses, and you'll have the option to tailor your learning through optional modules whether you choose BSc (Hons) Psychology, or one of our specialist pathways in mental health, forensics, counselling, criminology, sociology, or educational and developmental psychology.

As a Psychology student, you'll benefit from our state-of-the-art facilities to support behavioural study, data analysis and computer modelling.


for number of undergraduate students studying Psychology (HESA, 2022)


for number of undergraduates studying Psychology on sandwich courses (HESA, 2022)


in the UK (QS World University Rankings 2023)

Learn more about Psychology at NTU

One of our Senior Lecturers, Dr Sebastian Teicher, breaks down what to expect from studying Psychology at NTU.

Careers in Psychology and beyond

Our Psychology courses are designed so you can develop the knowledge and skills you'll need for your future career.

Our graduates go on to secure many varied roles that use their degree in some way. In addition to working in the field of Psychology, many of our graduates work in areas as diverse as:

  • education
  • policing
  • marketing
  • human resources.

Work-like experience opportunities are an integral part of our courses and feature at all levels of study. You'll be given the opportunity to get involved in activities through your core modules such as employer challenges, work experience, Nottingham Trent Volunteering and work insight events.

After completing an undergraduate degree you may also be interested in further study at postgraduate level, and you can find details of those courses in the lists above.

Find the course you're looking for