The University of Oxford is not a campus university. Our colleges, departments, faculties and other principal divisions are to be found throughout the city of Oxford, rather than on one central site.

For undergraduates

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.

Undergraduate Courses in Psychology

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Admissions Process for Undergraduates

UCAS Application Deadline and registering for the Admissions Tests, for entry in October 2015, is 15th October 2014.

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For postgraduates

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.

Graduate Courses in Psychology

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Admissions Process for Graduates

Application deadline is Friday 9th January 2015 by 12 Noon (Midday) GMT. Interviews for this application deadline will take place week commencing Monday 2nd February 2015. Please make sure you are available to either come to Oxford or have a Skype Interview during this week.

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Student Profiles

What is it like to study here at Oxford?

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Undergraduate Career Destinations

What can you do after you've finished your undergraduate degree with us. Information curtsey of the Oxford University Careers Service

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Graduate Career Destinations

What can you do after you've finished your graduate degree with us. Information curtsey of the Oxford University Careers Service (Period covered 2009-2012)

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