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BSc Psychology & Language Sciences – University of Reading

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    Where you will benefit from close links to our research centres

BSc Psychology & Language Sciences

Bringing together the internationally recognised expertise in psychology and linguistics, this degree offers a multidisciplinary approach to the study of the mind and communication.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN IN BSC PSYCHOLOGY AND LANGUAGE SCIENCES

Learning through a mixture of lectures, seminars and group work, you will cover the key areas of psychology in this British Psychological Society accredited degree, along with core areas of research in language sciences. You will be able to choose the topics that interest you the most, including cognition and learning, developmental psychology, neuroscience, language and cognitive development and disorders, and the psychology and cognitive neuroscience of language. This programme also gives you the opportunity to learn a new language, with no prior knowledge necessary.

GAIN VALUABLE EXPERIENCE AS YOU LEARN

Our placement opportunities are designed to enhance your career, by helping you gain the relevant experience required by potential employers, whether this is in one of our research labs, with an external organisation or one of the university's research centres, such as the Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism.

PREPARING FOR A RICH CAREER

Studying on the Psychology & Language Sciences programme will provide you with a range of transferable skills ready for a career in your chosen industry, including publishing, analysis and technical writing, advertising and language testing.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT BSC PSYCHOLOGY AND LANGUAGE SCIENCES

For information about this course, entry requirements and funding, take a look at our course specifications page.

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