The need for Psychology graduates is growing. Populations are aging, societies are facing a post-pandemic mental health crisis, income inequality is increasing, and more and more data about our lives is easily available. In the current climate, the knowledge and skills that psychologists can bring to help address societal challenges is undeniable.
When you join Psychology at Dundee, you will have access to dedicated careers support, both during and after your studies, through the Careers Service. This includes 1-1 advice on constructing your cv and preparing for interviews. During this UG degree, you may have the opportunity to complete an internship module to help explore future career options. Students also benefit from the guidance of our academic staff, who have a network of connections with practitioners, policy makers, and charities, see our Art at the Start and Early Language in Play projects as examples.
A degree in psychology will provide you with skills and knowledge that can be used in many different types of professional careers.