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Open Evenings, Taster Days, Social Media and more

Our range of postgraduate events, both on and offline, offer prospective students from around the world a fantastic opportunity to get to know us better.

You can visit us in person at one of our open evenings and meet our fantastic team of academics and current students.

Find out more about postgraduate study at the IoPPN and get the latest news and events emailed straight to you.

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Postgraduate Taught Open Evenings 

This is a great opportunity to find out more about all our postgraduate taught programmes in Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, meet our academics, talk to current students and obtain career advice. 

Check on our events page for up to date listings

Postgraduate Research study at the IoPPN

Please check back here for a confirmed date on open evening dates in due course. 

Research at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience covers the broadest spectrum: from molecular genetics and biology, to neuroscience, neuroimaging, clinical research studies, psychological studies and new treatments; from longitudinal studies, clinical trials, biostatistics, epidemiology and health services research, to transcultural studies.

See a full list of PGR programmes

Undergraduate 

Throughout the year, we offer opportunities to visit us on campus and meet with the BSc Psychology team and current students. 

Take a look on our events page  for up to date details.

King's summer open days

The BSc Psychology is represented at the King's summer open day series, where you can speak with current students and meet members of the academic team. 

Sign up to one of our summer open days. 

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