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BPS accreditation

Our Psychology BSc and Psychology (Sport, Health and Exercise) BSc are accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS).

You will be eligible to become a graduate member if you obtain at least a 2:2 Honours degree (including passing your dissertation research project). You are also eligible if you pass the Psychological Sciences (conversion) MSc course (including passing your dissertation research project).

The BPS is the representative body for psychologists in the UK. Membership shows professionalism and dedication to the research and development of psychology for the greater good. Should you choose to pursue further study in psychology, many BPS accredited postgraduate and doctoral programmes also require that you are a graduate member. You can find out more about graduate membership on the BPS website.

Your BPS accredited psychology degree at Brunel is the first step to becoming a chartered psychologist. Our courses allow you to specilalise in your chosen areas, equipping you with knowledge and experience that will support you whatever your career path. 

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