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The staff are incredibly helpful and even more so knowledgeable, they neatly cover all corners of the field and the intimacy of the group means they’ve very happy to entertain anything from questions to musings
I now demonstrate all my knowledge and experience through my current role as an Admissions Counsellor at the American College of Greece.
My lecturers are very caring, approachable and supportive. Each of them has their own research accolades and share these during lectures and seminars.
On my placement, I’ve been writing a book chapter about the applications of teleneuropsychology (the use of audiovisual technologies to remotely perform neuropsychological assessments) for the Children's Trust.
I decided to complete a Psychology PhD, investigating the future of work and the impact Covid-19 has had and will have on employee engagement.
I was over the moon when I successfully ran a social experiment, investigating emotion dynamics and mental health in male-female couples, using industry-standard equipment.
I’m currently working as a Space Psychologist Lead at SAGA Space Architects, where every day brings something new. At SAGA, we’re working with researchers from Surrey on the LUNARK project, which looks to explore how humans could survive on the Moon and have successful habitats there in the future.
I had the opportunity to hear from a patient during a lecture, a perspective that can be difficult to convey in a non-clinical setting. This experience not only helped my academic writing but also gave me an insight into the communication skills that are integral to psychological practice.
Studying on a multidisciplinary course with students from various academic backgrounds has taught me things I could not have otherwise learnt.