Did You Know?

Some students have presented their findings abroad at conferences!

What this opportunity offers you
  • Research an area of psychology that interests you
  • Work with academics who share your interests
  • Potentially have your research published
The skills you will gain that will impress employers:
  • Creativity skills
  • Intellectual and subject knowledge skills
  • Project management skills
  • Research skills
  • Self-management and personal effectiveness skills

Find out more about what these skills mean.

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The third Year research project gave me first-hand experience in setting up and running a psychology experiment in a laboratory from start to finish including seeking ethics approval and later interpreting the findings. I had the opportunity to study a new research area that was within my interest. It left me feeling I could run my own experiment in the future with the knowledge I had gained. Hannah Hickman (Graduate and MSc Research Methods student)

Available to:
Psychology
Pre-requisites:
Students must pick their third-year project supervisors at the end of the second year.