MSc in Psychodynamic Developmental Neuroscience
How To Apply
The programme will be offered full-time only. It is a two year programme: one academic year of full-time study and one calendar year of full-time study.
Students will be required, in addition to the standard UCL graduate admission requirements, to have obtained at least a second class degree in Psychology, cognitive neuroscience, or another relevant social, clinical or life science discipline, or an equivalent qualification from a recognised overseas institution.
Applicants must have an excellent level of English (see UCL Graduate language requirements).
When to apply
Although there is no formal deadline for applications, it is advisable to apply as early in the academic year as possible. Interviews are held throughout each year, and applications continue to be processed even after all places have been filled so it is still worth enquiring whether there are any places, even in the summer before term begins, as occasionally applicants have to withdraw and a vacancy arises. However, the earlier an application is received, the more likely it is that a place will be offered, other things being equal.
Click here to download an application form. Alternatively enquiries about the course may be directed to Dr. Eamon McCrory at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Course Administrator, Keren Seymour at email@example.com.