Psychology with Applied Forensic Investigation BSc (Hons)

West London University
Miestas, šalis
London, England
Studijų trukmė
3 m.
Programos sritys
Forensic Science, Psychology
Studijų kaina
9250.00 GBP
Programos pradžia
Stojimo pabaiga
Apie programą
Stojimo reikalavimai
Karjeros galimybės


Would you like to know what makes people behave and think in the way that they do? If you are interested in understanding the processes influencing how people think, behave, feel and interact as well as having a grounding in forensic investigation, then this is the course for you.

Why choose this course?

We are the best University in London for Forensic Science according to the Complete University Guide 2017 and rank in the top 15 for this subject in the whole of the UK. We’ve achieved this by combining excellent facilities with an innovative range of learning methods, including newly refurbished crime scene rooms.

This course pathway is based on one of the longest established psychology courses in the UK which has been accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) since 1986. This well-established course, with its long-standing experience in teaching core BPS content, offers a fresh and contemporary insight into the study of human behaviour. 

You will have the opportunity to gain a firm understanding of forensic investigation in a lab context, for example examining: 

  • blood spatter

  • DNA evidence 

  • the investigative process. 

Teaching on the course is informed by staff expertise and research ensuring that the course remains contemporary and relevant to real world issues. We also regularly invite experts from the field of psychology and forensic investigation to contribute to the teaching on the course, providing expertise from multiple applied areas of the disciplines.

We have your careers in mind and aim to assist you in obtaining your goals by inviting a range of practicing psychologists to offer insight and advice on careers in psychology and related areas.

During the course you will undertake work experience, learning to relate the theoretical knowledge gained on the course and applying it to the world of work and real life experiences.

Past students have completed their work experience in a range of settings including:

  • victim support schemes

  • drug support schemes

  • after school clubs

  • market research.

We pride ourselves on providing a highly supportive environment. You will be assigned a personal tutor who will work with you and support you during your time at UWL.  We have an open-door policy and there will be someone on hand to offer academic and pastoral support when needed. 

Reikalaujamas išsilavinimas

Stojant į šį universitetą dėmesys yra kreipiamas į pažymius ir Brandos atestato vidurkį, kuris turi būti ne žemesnis kaip 7.

  • Pažymių išrašas - jei dar nesi baigęs mokyklos, būtina prisegti pažymių išrašą. Smulkesnę informaciją kaip pildyti išrašą ir kada jis reikalingas, rasi čia.*

  • Brandos atestatas – jei jau esi baigęs mokyklą, išrašo nereikia, užtenka prie Kastu stojimo anketos prisegti savo Brandos atestatą.

Anglų kalbos reikalavimai

Svarbu, jog anglų kalbos testo rezultatai universitetą pasiektų iki Liepos 31d.

Anglų kalbos žinias gali patvirtinti vienu iš šių būdų:

  • Anglų kalbos vidurkis 8 B2 lygiu.

  • IELTS - 6.0

  • TOEFL – 80

A psychology degree opens up a wide range of opportunities as it demands high standards of numeracy and literacy, as well as skills in research, communication, teamwork and problem solving - all highly regarded attributes that are sought after by employers.

Successful completion of this course should make you an attractive proposition in the job market. The University of West London's emphasis on employability, will enable you to show that you can apply your knowledge to real-life situations making you and attractive candidate for potential employers.

Career pathways include:

  • business and finance

  • caring professions

  • charitable organisations

  • education

  • industry

  • marketing and advertising

  • management

  • mental health settings

  • research

  • social and welfare organisations

  • youth offending