You will develop the skills and knowledge you need for a successful career in psychology and mental health at The University of Manchester.
If you choose to study psychology at Manchester, you will learn from the psychologists who are making the latest discoveries in the field and a team of teaching fellows will support your learning by helping you to develop efficient study skills.
In clinical psychology, Manchester has an international reputation for the development and evaluation of psychological treatments, and our students benefit from the fact that we are world leaders in the development and evaluation of psychological and psychosocial interventions in the treatment of psychotic disorders.
We are also well known for developing new treatments. Developments originating from the clinical research taking place in Manchester have had a significant impact on health service policy and service provision.
Whether you want to train as a clinical psychologist, start your career as a researcher or learn while you work in psychology and mental health, our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes can help take you where you want to go in your career.
Find out more about our psychology programmes on one of our open days.
"The BSc Psychology course had a good reputation and I was well supported by staff to go on to do a research master's. I enjoyed the variety of the modules and having access to lecturers who worked out in the field."Jane Lawton / BSc and MPhil Psychology graduate
Begin your education with courses designed to give you a grounding in theory while preparing you for work.
Build on your undergraduate degree with our taught courses offering in-depth training in a number of areas.
Join our research community in discovering answers to key questions in the psychological sciences.
Brush up on your professional knowledge and skills with our CPD courses in psychology and mental health.