At Leeds Trinity, we aim to provide an excellent student experience and a personal approach to helping students achieve their academic and professional potential.
Most of the modules on this course are delivered through a combination of lectures and small group tutorials/seminars. These modules include a variety of learning assessment methods including analysing ‘real world’ case studies, problem-based learning, leading seminars, poster presentations and mini conferences.
We make extensive use of Moodle, Leeds Trinity’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), to support class sessions with all module information and lecture slides posted. We also use e-resources to enable 24/7 access to learning materials from off-campus and these include access to over 1,600 psychology journal titles.
As emphasised in the University’s Learning and Teaching Strategy, the department is committed to increasing the amount of contact time devoted to student-led enquiry. Students will engage with programme content and learn in an active fashion and in alignment with BPS standards. Assessment methods will be used, matched to the learning outcomes for the programme – all of which include internationalisation and a historical perspective of the discipline, while promoting awareness of how psychology can be applied in the workplace and in the community.
A variety of assessment methods is used, matched to the learning outcomes for the programme, to enable students to demonstrate the full range of knowledge and skills that they have developed. On most programmes there is scope for students to be involved in negotiating and evaluating some assessment.
A minimum 2:2 classification degree in a subject area other than Psychology or a 3rd in Psychology and GCSE grade ‘C’ passes in English and Mathematics.
If English is not your first language IELTS 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in any component) or equivalent is the minimum requirement.
Please contact us for personalised advice on 0113 283 7123 or email@example.com.
UK & EU Students:
Tuition fees cost £5,500 a year for this course in 2018-19. Part-time tuition fees would be pro-rated accordingly to the number of credits you're studying. Find out more
Tuition fees cost £11,250 for this course in 2018-19. Part-time study is not available for international students on a Tier 4 Student Visa. Find out more
We advise students to budget for the following in addition to annual tuition fees:
- Recommended and required reading lists will be provided at the start of your course. All the books and e-books are available from our Library to borrow but you may choose to purchase your own. We recommend £390* as an average annual budget for learning resources if you decide this is for you. *This figure is based on the Department of Work and Pensions course costs allowance 2015
- The University provides students with a £6 printing credit each academic year which can be topped up either on campus or online.