Undergraduate Psychology at Oxford University is taught as a scientific discipline and covers the core research areas of abnormal, biological, cognitive, developmental and social psychology in an intellectually stimulating manner. Our high calibre teaching is supported by state-of-the-art facilities. Our courses aim to provide students with the key skills that can then be transferred into professional practice.
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We have a very vibrant and large graduate community here in the department. There are several routes you may wish to follow if you want to do a graduate degree with us. We offer two master courses; MSc in Psychological Research and MSc in Neuroscience. You may also study for a DPhil (PhD) in Experimental Psychology or Neuroscience.
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