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Find out what our students have to say about studying at the UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences.
Samia Pervin

Samia Pervin, BSc Psychology

"It is inspiring to see so much more research around mental health, and it is great knowing my university is helping to create better treatments for those affected through their research."
Marie Mueller

Marie Mueller, The Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme for the Ecological Study of the Brain

“The Ecological Brain Doctoral Training Programme follows a highly interdisciplinary approach, bringing together experts from a range of disciplines."
Julia Marotti, MSc Developmental Psychology and Clinical Practice

Julia Marotti, MSc Developmental Psychology and Clinical Practice

"My course equips me with multiple perspectives in mental health and child development [and it] is taught by experienced clinicians and researchers, who are top in their field."
Khadija Zainab Nabi, BSc Psychology and Language Sciences

Khadija Zainab Nabi, BSc Psychology and Language Sciences

"Studying at UCL is a great opportunity as the staff and students are very friendly and welcoming."
Mischa Resnick, MSc Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology

Mischa Resnick, MSc Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology

"I love living, studying and working in London. Being based at the Anna Freud Centre, a place filled with history, has been a wonderful experience that you couldn't find elsewhere."
Leonita Ariesti Putri, MSc in Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology

Leonita Ariesti Putri, MSc in Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology

"The Faculty of Brain Sciences is the right place for people who wish to pursue a deep understanding about the brain, mind, and other related topics."
Young-Jin Hur, PhD student, Clinical, Education and Health Psychology

Young-Jin Hur, PhD student, Clinical, Education and Health Psychology

"When asked about my motivation for pursuing a PhD, I said, 'If I don’t do a PhD at UCL with my prospective supervisor, I would regret not having done it my whole life.'"