MSc in Psychology of Mental Health (Conversion)
This new MSc in Psychology of Mental Health (Conversion) offers you the opportunity to study psychology to graduate level and become eligible for chartered membership (GBC) of the British Psychological Society on a graduate basis.
|Length of study||One year full-time, or two to six years part-time|
|Programme Director||Dr Jessica Hafetz Mirman|
|Tuition fees||Visit the University's tuition fees website for full details|
|Closing date for applications||Applications for the September 2021 intake are now closed. Applications will re-open in October for the 2022 intake.|
|Find us||Doorway 6, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG|
Why choose this programme?
The MSc in Psychology of Mental Health (Conversion) is a British Psychological Society accredited psychology conversion programme.
Who is this programme for?
The MSc in Psychology of Mental Health (Conversion) is available to graduates of any discipline who wish to undertake an accredited psychology degree.
Find out about the skills and experience you will acquire.
Programme content & structure
Courses on this programme.
Information for part-time students
All you need to know for part-time study.
Meet our staff
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Facilities & community
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Applications for the MSc Psychology of Mental Health (Conversion) for 2021 are now closed. Applications will re-open in October for the 2022 intake.
This programme will help develop the skills you need for a career in psychology.
Information for applicants with offers
What to do next if you have been offered a place.
Read what past students have said about moving to Edinburgh and studying on the programme