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Psychology is a popular stream to choose that has been on the rise recently and so students will definitely benefit from choosing to pursue it. Students of psychology will have abundant professional opportunities to choose from be it in HR or becoming a practicing psychologist.
Bachelors’ degree- Students can choose either a BA or BSc. for under-graduation. Those who are more inclined towards the scientific aspect of psychology and want a deeper technical education conjoined with other sciences can opt for the BSc. as the BA is more related to social sciences.
Masters’ degree- students can choose a MA or MSc. which usually takes 2 years to complete.
After their masters’ degree, they can choose a terminal degree which makes them eligible for professional practice or else prepare for a doctorate.
Higher degrees- Requiring more extensive studies can be fruitful and gain students a Ph.D., which can take up to 6 years and is focused on research or a Psy.D, which is directed towards professionally practicing.
Requirements for undergraduates:
Students will need to have core science subjects and mathematics. Though many institutes may not need mathematics, science is a must.
High school certificate with score specified by institute.
It is one of the top colleges to study psychology. It is welcome to all international students who will be able to study in one of the finest institutes in the UK.
12th-grade certificate from CBSE or CISCE, with high grades (90, 85, 85, 85, 85 in 5 subjects).
A bachelors’ degree will be required and doctorate courses may need a masters’ degree, Medical / Dental degree or MPhil/PhD.
Based on merit and financial need, students can avail scholarships. Depending on which criteria a student fulfils, they should sign up for the respective scholarship as early as possible.