27/11/2020

Categories: Psychology, Postgraduate

Psychology Conversion Jobs: Professional and Personal Development

There are a number of professions you can pursue with the MSc Psychology Conversion course at the University of Bolton. Psychology conversion jobs and career paths are varied, and our course will give you eligibility for the Graduate Basis for Chartership (GBC) with the British Psychological Society, boosting your employability further.

But in order to increase your employability within this competitive field, it’s vital to focus on both professional and personal development during your training. Here are some of the ways our course can support individual growth, not just career success.

Train at master’s level with students from all backgrounds
This course is taught at master’s level, but you will be placed in classes alongside our Undergraduate students. This allows career changers to enjoy an enriched learning experience, sharing and gathering a range of viewpoints to help with their personal growth and development. This not only broadens your view of psychology, but it gives you a great opportunity to network and improve on your people skills.

Enjoy ‘active learning’ at the University of Bolton
Our tutors put an emphasis on ‘active learning’, ensuring students have an opportunity to get hands-on during their training. You will enjoy a mix of learning environments, including practical classes, fieldwork, lab-based workshops, seminars, as well as self-directed study.

Our Employability Team is here to help
Direction is an important step in personal development, and our tutors will ensure that the course aligns with your career goals, helping you explore a range of psychology conversion jobs. Not only that, but we have a dedicated Employability Team who will be on hand to support you.

There’s nowhere better to study than the University of Bolton, as we’re in the Top 5 in the UK for Teaching Quality (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020) and in the Top 50 UK Universities in The Guardian University League Tables 2021.

Additionally, students have voted us No.1 in the UK for Student Satisfaction in Psychology Courses in the Complete University Guide 2021. This is #UniAsItShouldBe, where students’ needs always come first.

To enrol in January 2021, visit our MSc Psychology Conversion course page.

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