The University of Cambridge offers two undergraduate courses (triposes) in which psychology can be studied in depth:
Teaching in the Department is delivered by academic staff, many of whom are world leaders in their field. Several members of staff are Fellows of the Royal Society. Teaching takes the form of lectures, seminars, practical classes and supervisions.
In the Guardian's University Guide 2016: league table for psychology, The Times Good University Guide 2016, and the Complete University Guide 2016, Cambridge is top for psychology.
Click here for more information about the full range of undergraduate courses offered by the Department.
Click here for details of the Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Admissions Assessment.
For further information on how to apply to the University of Cambridge please go to the Undergraduate Admissions pages.
Psychology teaching in both the PBS and NST is accredited by the British Psychological Society. Students who wish to become professional psychologists are eligible for Graduate Membership of the British Psychological Society, providing that they gain a minimum of second class honours and have studied psychology in the second and third years of PBS or NST.