Why the School of Psychology?
Most of our courses are accredited by professional bodies in Psychology.
Learn from leading experts and practitioners.
Access career support and industry connections throughout your degree and beyond.
Achieve your full potential through our range of academic and wellbeing support teams.
Work experience and placements are available for many of our courses.
Study at Whitelands College – the oldest of Roehampton’s four colleges.
- Applied Cognitive Neuroscience
- Art Psychotherapy
- Counselling Psychology (HCPC approved and BPS accredited)
- Dance Movement Psychotherapy
- Forensic Psychology
- IAPT High Intensity Psychotherapeutic Counselling in Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy
- Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy for Children, Adolescents and Families
- Music Therapy
- Play Therapy
- Psychology (Conversion)
- Psychology (Conversion) Distance Learning
- Psychology of Forensic and Criminal Behaviour
We’re particularly focused on equipping you with the skills, knowledge and experience to succeed in your career and make a meaningful difference to individuals, groups, organisations and communities.
Career skills and development are built into our degrees, allowing you to reach your full potential and ambitions. All our undergraduate courses also offer you the option of taking a professional placement year. Read more on our placements page.
In addition to what you’ll study in your degree to prepare you for your career, you’ll have access to a range of extra events and opportunities throughout your time with us. We host regular guest lectures from leading global experts in psychology. For our undergrad students we also hold Psychology careers fairs where you can talk to recruiters from a range of industries, and offer additional training in mental health first aid to boost your CV.
“I believe my degree has equipped me with something that is tremendously advantageous: psychological intuition. It is incredible how many things in the world are about or relate to people. Knowing how to approach problems with the scientific understanding of how the mind, body and brain work makes you better able to navigate complex situations with clarity.”
Class of 2017, BSc Psychology
Our School of Psychology is a diverse, supportive community. We offer a range of opportunities and initiatives for you to get involved and make the most of your time at Roehampton. This includes social and academic events, as well as additional support networks to ensure you graduate with the confidence and skills for a successful career and fulfilling life.
Planning on commuting to campus? The Roehampton shuttle bus is free for our students and runs between Wimbledon station, Whitelands College (where we’re based), main campus and Barnes station. On campus you’ll also find College kitchens, diners and cafes, as well as study and computer rooms. Find out more here.
From workshops and exam study sessions to pizza and movie nights, the student-run Roehampton Psychology Society offers both academic support and a range of social activities for our students.
All first-year undergrad students are connected to a second or third year student mentor to offer advice and support. This scheme also means you’ll have the opportunity to be a mentor after your first year – a valuable skill to highlight on your CV.
Our School of Psychology is located in Whitelands College, the oldest of Roehampton’s four colleges. Based in a listed building with views over Richmond Park, the College is home to our state-of-the-art psychology labs, specailised teaching rooms, modern lecture theatres, as well as a range of social and study spaces.
Short Courses and CPD
Our courses are taught in a number of ways, including intensive programmes, day and evening sessions, and summer schools.