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Psychology and Criminology BSc Hons

Psychology and Psychology at

University of Suffolk

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3.1 / 5

STUDY MODE

Full-Time

LENGTH

3 years course

LEARNING

On Campus

PLACEMENT YEAR

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YEAR ABROAD

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FOUNDATION YEAR

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Psychology and Criminology BSc Hons

Psychology at the University of Suffolk at our main campus in Ipswich is accredited by the British Psychological Society. Students who wish to become professional psychologists are eligible for Graduate

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member1383712
6th April 23

Psychology and Criminology, BSc Hons FullTime

Great degree, with relevant content. Tutors are accessible and very approachable.

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Points of entry for Psychology and Criminology BSc Hons

Year 1

Entry requirements for Psychology and Psychology at University of Suffolk

Entry requirements are the formal requirements students need to meet to be considered for a place on a university course. But, each year many universities accept students with lower grades. The bar chart below shows the actual UCAS tariff points of students currently on this course.
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UCAS points for current students on Psychology and Psychology at University of Suffolk

Asked for: 112 UCAS Tariff points

English language requirements

6.0
Additional details
IELTS 6.0 overall (minimum 5.5 in all components) where English is not the students' first language.

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member1383712
6th April 23

Psychology and Criminology, BSc Hons FullTime

Great degree, with relevant content. Tutors are accessible and very approachable. read more

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member1383320
5th April 23

Psychology and Criminology, BSc Hons FullTime

My course has been up and down due to COVID, In my first year there was barely any support and all of our lectures were online, it was a real struggle to motivate yourself to do work and some lecturers didn’t even have their cameras on to teach us via online lessons. The second year when covid was nearly over was still 50% online where a lot of other courses were back face to face; this was frustrating for us and it still makes me question my value for money for my course. As I’ve effectively had 2/3 of my degree online. there is a mixture in the teaching quality because it’s a joint degree. I found that the psychology lecturers teach quite differently to the criminology lectures, and that was quite hard to adapt to throughout my degree. The content was sometimes repetitive and we learn a lot of stuff in second year that we’ve been taught in the first year, which I didn’t think was necessary and would’ve preferred to learn something new. My PAC tutor I only heard from once in a year. read more

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I think I have had a different experience than most on this course. But that is primarily due to my own obligations elsewhere. I didn't know who my Personal Tutor was until the last couple of months of my final year, but that was because I didn't actively search through the mainline course contents. I also struggled a lot financially and this impacted my ability to afford course materials and time for study. The information on the course is so incredibly interesting. However, I did attend during the start of Covid where all institutions were severely under-prepared for remote access learning. Which also played a big factor into my academic success and engagement. Would I do it differently? I'm not too sure. read more

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4th April 23

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4th April 23

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