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University of East Anglia UEA

  • UCAS points
  • 128 - 165

Developmental Psychology BSc (Hons)

  • UCAS points

    128 - 153

  • UCAS code

    C860

Loughborough University

UCAS points

104 - 136

University League Table

7th

Psychology League Table

18th

UCL (University College London)

UCAS points

144 - 168

University League Table

8th

Psychology League Table

5th

University of Warwick

UCAS points

136

University League Table

9th

Psychology League Table

15th

University of Manchester

UCAS points

136

University League Table

13th

Psychology League Table

20th

University of Bristol

UCAS points

104 - 147

University League Table

17th

Psychology League Table

12th

University of York

UCAS points

104 - 153

University League Table

18th

Psychology League Table

11th

University of Birmingham

UCAS points

128

University League Table

19th

Psychology League Table

19th

University of Essex

UCAS points

112 - 120

University League Table

27th

Psychology League Table

38th

Royal Holloway, University of London

UCAS points

136 - 168

University League Table

32nd

Psychology League Table

17th

Studying Child Psychology

Search through undergraduate Psychology and Counselling degree courses to see what’s available from UK universities. Each page should give you an insight into what the course might be like, along with information on entry requirements, UCAS points and university league table performance.Psychology and Counselling courses help you to understand human behaviour and provide mental health support. You’ll develop a robust interpersonal skill set and work towards a career as a counsellor, psychotherapist or psychologist. Module topics might include neuropsychology, psychotherapy theories, therapeutic practice, trauma, responsibility and social psychology. There are many related courses in both Psychology and Counselling, with several dual honours options available.