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Undergraduate Study


Why study psychology at Warwick?

At Warwick, we pride ourselves on being a friendly, inclusive academic community offering a stimulating, intellectual environment to students and staff.

Our intake of around 190 students per year means we’re large enough to provide excellent resources and education. But also small enough to know who you are and provide one-to-one support.

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The following pages provide an overview of our courses including entry requirements, modules, assessment, and teaching as well as information about life at Warwick and fees and funding.

> C800 Psychology (BSc)Link opens in a new window

> C802 Psychology with Linguistics (BSc)Link opens in a new window

> C804 Psychology with Education Studies (BSc)Link opens in a new window

Courses run by partner departments:

> C8L8 Psychology and Global Sustainable Development (BASc) Link opens in a new window

> V5C8 Philosophy with Psychology (BA) Link opens in a new window

> L1CA Economics, Psychology and Philosophy (BA or BSc)Link opens in a new window

> Visiting, Exchange, ERASMUS and outside option studentsLink opens in a new window


BSc Psychology and joint courses with Education Studies and with Linguistics are British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited providing eligibility for Graduate Membership of the BPS.


Pheobe, BSc Psychology with Linguistics Graduate

“I really see Psychology as the study of the behaviour of humans and then linguistics as the study of behaviour of language. Having that interaction really helped to give me a well-rounded view of things like the way language is used socially (for example in Social Psychology) and then the way it works in the brain (in Psychobiology modules for example) and how people cope with language after brain traumas so that’s why I wanted the balance of both.”


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