Oxford Brookes University Psychology
Psychology at Oxford Brookes has an excellent reputation for providing research-led and student-centred teaching. We offer undergraduate, postgraduate and research students the opportunity to be taught in a friendly and supportive atmosphere by staff who are active in research and experts in their field.
Psychology is the study of the human mind, and how and why we behave the way we do. Within our purpose-built department featuring state-of-the-art facilities and laboratories, we provide a wide range of courses and research degrees to develop your learning, and give you a solid grounding in empirical methods, theories and discoveries.
We foster a friendly, stimulating atmosphere of shared knowledge. We teach you not just about psychology, but how to be a psychologist. You will become part of a young, enthusiastic department, taught by staff who are recognised experts in their field, covering many varied aspects of behaviour. There is a supportive relationship between undergraduate and postgraduate students, resulting in complementary learning at all levels.
Our qualifying certificate and undergraduate and postgraduate degrees draw on and reflect our expertise in cutting-edge, research-led teaching.
Research within the department enjoys an international reputation, attracting high-quality students and staff and helping to generate major funding for our renowned research centres and institutes. The live nature of our research means you benefit from the latest thinking and findings, meaning the knowledge you gain over your degree is as up to date as it can be, helping to guide you towards your own research project in your final year.