MSc Clinical Psychology

University of Edinburgh / College of Humanities & Social Science
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15.09.2012  Edinburgh
 
Course Content
The programme is one of the longest-established programmes in the UK, offers a wide range of teaching and clinical placements with trainees being attached to one of eleven possible Health Boards throughout most of Scotland, trainees learn to apply psychological knowledge in a range of clinical settings and with a range of client groups
Learning objectives, training objectives
To give trainees the knowledge and skills to work with a range of different client groups using a range of different models in the National Health Service
Typical postgraduate careers and job opportunities
Practitioner psychologist, as a clinical psychologist in the NHS or other organisations
Qualifications
Good honours degree in psychology (2:1 or above), relevant clinical/work experience
Languages
English
Fees
EUR 5 422 (EEA), EUR 12 580 (non-EEA)
Organizer contact info
The University of Edinburgh David Hume Tower, George Square
EH8 9JX Edinburgh
United Kingdom
 
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