Students wishing to take modules within the Department of Psychology must be at King's for the FULL-YEAR, and take either the full suite of Level 4 (first year) or Level 5 (second year) modules, dependent on prior academic experience. A member of academic staff within Psychology will review your university transcript to assess which level you should study at but typically, students with little or no Psychology background will take Level 4 modules, and students with at least one full year of Psychology on their transcript will take Level 5.
At Level 4, students must take 8 compulsory Psychology modules, and at Level 5, must take 6 compulsory Psychology modules, with a free choice of 2 modules from other faculties and departments across King’s.
Psychology modules can be found on the Undergraduate Study Abroad module catalogue.
Students wishing to take modules within the Department of Pharmacy & Forensic Science must be at King's for the FULL-YEAR, and take the full suite of Level 5 (second year) modules. Alternatively, students can undertake a research project for one semester - the project must be agreed with your supervisor at King's before applying for the Study Abroad Exchange Programme.
Only students from institutions with an exchnage agrement with the Department of Pharmacy & Forensic Science are permitted to take taught modules or a research project in Pharmacy, and students must be nominated by their home institution before making an application.