Psychology

Careers

Find out how the careers service can help you develop your potential and achieve a rewarding future after your studies

Studying a psychology degree fosters valuable aptitude for work and forms a flexible basis for a wide range of careers. While some psychology graduates wish to pursue a career in one of the psychology specialisms, many graduates enter other types of careers including human resources, education, marketing and advertising.

Careers support

The University Careers Service provide a range of information, advice and guidance services for all students as well as career events and workshops to support your career development.

The School has a dedicated Careers Consultant who provides guidance for students in the School and organises a range of careers sessions throughout the year, including a range of career seminars in semester 2. These are designed to give students a good understanding of the wide range of career options available with a psychology degree.

You can find out more about support available from the Careers Service on their website:

Visit the Careers Service website

The Careers Service also has an online tool to support students with their career planning and development called the Careers Compass. You can also find out more about the Careers Compass on their website:

The Careers Compass