PAWB Wales | Postgraduate study in psychology

The University’s School of Psychology has a long track record of work in the field of psychology including the provision of its courses, research and consultancy. All staff are active in research, with many recognised nationally and internationally for their activity.

The School has recently invested in a new clinic facility which offers a wide range of psychological services to the public. The PAWB Wales clinic’s services include play therapy, health psychology, sport psychology, occupational psychology and behaviour analysis. Through the clinic students and trainee practitioners can gain access to real-world training opportunities.

Interested in studying this September?

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Postgraduate psychology courses

A postgraduate qualification in psychology can give you a head start and enhance your career prospects. Here at the University of South Wales, we have a range of postgraduate psychology courses to match your interests and aspirations.

MSc Clinical and Abnormal Psychology
Gain a comprehensive grounding in aspects of psychopathology and abnormal behaviour.


MSc Health Psychology
Complete the first stage of your professional training as a health psychologist.


PgD Supervised Practice in Sport Psychology
Work towards accreditation in sport psychology/sport sciences through this unique course.


MSc Psychology by Research
Conduct an independent psychological study in a vibrant research culture.



Register your interest

You can also find out more by registering to attend one of our open evenings or by ordering/downloading a prospectus through our dedicated enquirer/applicant service My Future.

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If you’re looking to study a postgraduate course starting this September call us now!

If you would like to speak to us and find out more about applying to study at the University of South Wales, please contact our Enquiries and Admissions Unit:

  • UK tel: 08455 194 787
  • International tel: +44 (0)1443 654450
  • Fax: +44 (0)1443 654050

The University Switchboard: +44 (0)1443 480480.