Careers

Following the success of our first ever Psychology4Graduates event last year we are delighted to invite you to our 2014 event. The event has been designed to highlight the career opportunities available to you as a psychology graduate, wit
The Society’s accreditation process is open to all UK education providers and covers both provision that is delivered in the UK, and courses that are primarily or entirely outside of the UK.
Special Group For Independent Practitioners Supporting the needs of independent practitioners to combine competently and ethically their psychological practice with the necessity to develop and maintain a business.
This workshop aims to provide psychology graduates and those enrolled on clinical training an overview of clinical forensic psychology.  The training will consider how the speciality has evolved over time and widened in terms of the roles and
Any early steps you can take in finidng and applying for a good student-supervisor match will be a great help in ensuring a smooth passage to the award of a doctorate.
Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group The Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG) is a national organisation that supports all aspects of postgraduate work in the UK.
If you are passionate about psychology and want to familiarise yourself with various viewpoints about what a PhD in Psychology actually involves before weighing up the benefits and costs of doing one, read on.
The main research councils (ESRC, MRC, EPSRC, BBSRC and AHRC) all run collaborative/industrial (CASE) studentship schemes.
Many charitable organisations provide studentship funding but, as with institutional awards, the details are hugely variable.
While research council funding is probably the best kind - because things like conference attendance are usually built into the award - there are other sources of funding available if you prefer a department which cannot get research council money
The UK research councils are autonomous government-funded agencies whose remit is to support research and research training in science, the arts and humanities.
What is a doctoral degree? A doctoral degree is the highest academic qualification that universities can award following an agreed programme of study.
Welcome to our guide to postgraduate research degrees. In these pages you will find information on:
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Students can be confident that their time at university will pay off in the long run, new research has suggested.
Learning among both young and old people can be improved through testing.
Find out more about what psychology is and what psychologists do at the UK’s largest celebration of science and engineering for young people ‘The Big Bang Fair’ in London at the ExCel next week (March 14th to 17th).
This year’s Lifetime Achievement Award from our Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) was presented to Dr Pat Lindley at a ceremony held in London last month.
Britain’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme is now the largest programme of psychological intervention in history, the final session of our Division of Clinical Psychology’s Annual C
A new National Statistics report on the psychology services workforce in NHSScotland has been published.
The setting up of new universities in England should result in students having more higher education opportunities.
A sixth-former has received a national award from the British Psychological Society after gaining the country's top exam marks.
We are pleased to announce the online launch of our Directory of Voluntary Careers Speakers. Our free service helps provide a link between teachers, lecturers and careers advisers who are looking for inspirational and informative speakers and our members. 
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