These pages are intended to be used by current students at the School of Psychology and require a University of Surrey log in.
We use a wide range of teaching methods and facilities to support learning.
Full details of each module can be found either in ULearn page, or on dedicated web pages.
This set of web pages is intended as a resource for psychology students and staff at the University of Surrey though it is available to all. It deals with a range of questions that we get asked a lot but are not routinely covered in basic statistics books. The idea is to give practical advice, some stats utilities and to point people in the direction of authoritative sources. Visit the website for more information.
The Test Library has over 300 Psychometric tests available for loan as well as the last 5 years of dissertations and theses from all courses. These are available to all current students within the Department to assist with studies or research. Visit SurreyLearn for more information.
The web pages of the Faculty Ethics Committee can assist students and staff within the Department of Psychology to ascertain whether research that they are intending to undertake first requires the seeking of a favourable ethical opinion.
During the academic year, a number of speakers present their research at School Seminars. These speakers may be from within the School of Psychology or from other relevant national and international institutions. These School Seminars offer an excellent opportunity for students to hear about internationally renowned research from the people who are conducting it and engage in friendly and stimulating discussion about this research.
Details of School Seminars will appear on the School's Events news feed.
The Careers Service is here to help all students at any point in their time at the University of Surrey. The pages cover many of the issues you may be thinking about but we also offer confidential one-to-one careers interviews, with a Careers Adviser who specialises in your subject. There are programmes of events, talks, workshops, briefing sessions and presentations run throughout the academic year. Visit the website for more information.
Enquiries about administrative matters should be directed to the Undergraduate Office (Room AD 02) or the PhD and MSc Office (Room 1 AD 02), depending on your level of study.
In addition to resources for specific modules, you can also access a range of help from SPLASH, which can be found on the third floor of the library. SPLASH is a student centred learning space, which provides resources, advice and guidance on group work, time management, writing and exams. They also run an extensive set of courses for postgraduate researchers.