Covid-19 Response

QUARANTINE PROVISION:
Not yet specified
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
Open day on 8th Dec.
TEACHING NOTES:
For 2021/22, their aim is to deliver on-campus experience, including prioritising face-to-face teaching sessions with additional online opportunities where these can support students' learning.Plans vary by subject and are based on engagement with our students and staff.
This is the latest available data taken from the lincoln.ac.uk website on 23rd November 2021. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

9 Psychology reviews at University of Lincoln


Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member961312 On 25th July 21

Good course, good staff, good course layout. Could be better in terms of job prospects and how to find work/opportunities outside of and after uni but ultimately a good course I recommend.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member1260952 On 15th July 21

Doing MSc counselling but can’t find it up there.. it is a great course for my career and personal progression

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Student Review: 5 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member860488 On 24th June 21

Really useful, really interesting

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Student Review: 5 /5

Psychology With Forensic Psychology, BSc Hons

By member1157351 On 5th May 21

i’ve thoroughly enjoyed my modules so far, despite the heavy work load, my lectures are always happy to answer any questions i have, just a shame i haven’t been able to enjoy it properly due to everything being online.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology With Clinical Psychology, BSc Hons

By member955305 On 17th March 21

Most lecturers are amazing and very willing to help. The content of the course aims at a wide range of career opportunities.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Psychology With Forensic Psychology, BSc Hons

By emmaevejackson On 24th November 20

I'm loving my course at the minute, some modules are better than others but I think that comes with all courses.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member852005 On 10th November 20

Don’t really know about job prospects because I’ve just started but everything else seems pretty chill... well except for the ridiculous amount of money we’re having to pay and not be able to use half the campus facilities

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member749258 On 11th June 20

Overall i think the standard of teaching has been good, and complaints about teachers are listened to and responded to pretty quickly. Theres also a broad variety of course content for BSc Psychology, with a good choice optional modules for second and third year. The job prospects are also very good.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By Sflouri On 7th January 20

Good course. I would definitely recommend. The value for money like a lot of Universities is most likely not worth £9000 a year, but it is what you pay for a degree in the UK no matter where you go. I would definitely recommend doing mental health nursing, counselling, occupation psychology or clinical psychology just due to the straight psychology course not offering much career opportunity without a masters. I did however get a fixed term job as a research assistant with my experience.

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