What do I learn?
Studying Psychology will involve learning about: the different theories about what affects behaviour the methods used to study human beings different aspects of human behaviour.
Your study will include the following:
• unit 1: introducing psychology (research approaches to psychology gender)
• unit 2: individual differences social psychology and cognitive psychology
• unit 3: child development and options (atypical and forensic psychology)
• unit 4: perspectives debates and research methods in psychology.
All of the assessments for this course are through timed examinations.
What do I gain?
Your Psychology AS level can be a stand-alone qualification or lead on to A2 study.You will have your own specialist personal tutor who you will meet individually or as part of a group tutorial and they will help you set review and achieve your targets.
There is an extensive programme of support to help you make higher education decisions and move on to university. The vast majority of A level students progress successfully to higher education.
There is an extensive programme of enrichment opportunities on offer and you will be encouraged to select from a range including volunteering work experience sport and performing.
What do I need?
Six GCSE grades A* to C including a B grade in English Language and C in Maths. A minimum of a D grade at AS allows you to progress on to your second year of study.
What do I gain?
You could progress to further study at a higher level including degrees in Psychology. The subject is beneficial to anyone who will be pursuing a career involving contact with people such as nursing social work counselling human resources or teaching.
What else do I need to know?
The fee for international students for the 2016 entrance is £12,950 per year. Scholarships of up to £6,250 are available, for more information on International entries contact firstname.lastname@example.org.