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Neuroscience and Psychology BSc

UCAS code: C845, C846 (with year abroad), C847 (with professional placement year)

Key information

Course type:
Joint honours
Delivery mode:
Classroom
Study mode:
Full time
Duration:
Three years or 4 years with a year abroad or a professional placement year
Application status:
Open
Start date:
September 2023
Application deadline:
25 January 2023
Apply via UCAS

Our Neuroscience & Psychology BSc program cuts across disciplinary boundaries to provide you with the knowledge and skills that you need to understand the workings of the brain and the relationship between mental and neural processes in health and disease. Offered by the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN), the premier centre for mental health and related neurosciences research in Europe, it emphasizes research-led teaching and provides an unparalleled opportunity to benefit from the expertise of world leading experts and state of the art facilities.

Key benefits

  • You will study in a multidisciplinary environment, learning from and working with world leading experts in neuroscience and psychology
  • You will develop knowledge across disciplines and levels of analysis, from cells and molecules to cognitive and cultural processes
  • You will be trained in the latest technological and methodological developments in cognitive, systems and computational neuroscience
  • You will develop the computational, statistical and analytical skills required to work with complex neuroscientific data
  • You will develop the skills and mind-set required for working with people from diverse scientific backgrounds
  • You will have the opportunity to undertake a year’s professional placement or a year abroad. This year is subject to achieving a certain grade point average and being accepted at a partner institution
Amanda

This course has been thoughtfully designed to impart all the knowledge and skills we could need to venture deeper into Neuroscience or Psychology in the future. We learn from researchers who are experts in their fields — it's a real privilege!

Amanda, Neuroscience & Psychology BSc

In years 1 & 2 you will study a mixture of core and mandatory modules. Some courses are shared with the Psychology BSc and incorporate the British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited curriculum conferring eligibility for the Graduate Basis for chartered membership of the society. Other modules will develop your understanding of neural science and methods, and build your skills and confidence in statistical analysis and computing using software such as R and Matlab. You will have the opportunity study abroad for a year, or put your knowledge and skills in practice during a professional placement year. Our unique partnership with South London & Maudsley Hospital (SLaM), and the more than 100 research teams at the IoPPN, from basic and clinical neuroscience, to developmental neurobiology, to neuroimaging and psychiatric research, to neurodevelopmental and age-related disorders, ensure that you will find a placement that meets your interests. In your final year you can choose from an exciting and wide range of optional modules covering all flavors of neuroscience and psychology.

Base campus

NEV-main-Denmark-Hill-Campus
Denmark Hill Campus

Home to the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, clinical and teaching facilities for the Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences and the Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care, Policy & Rehabilitation.

Special features

Optional study abroad
Optional year in industry
Optional internships

Awarding Institutions

kcl logo

King's College London and Affiliates

Regulating bodies

King's is regulated by the Office for Students

Subject requirements

Required subjects:
A-level (or equivalent) grade A in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology.

A-Levels

Required grades:
AAA

Please note that A-level General Studies, Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills and Global Perspectives are not accepted by King's as one of your A levels.

Must include grade A in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. Notes: If you are taking linear A-levels in England, you will be required to pass the practical endorsement in all Science subjects. This is with the exception of private candidates who are unable to take the practical component. We do not consider the EPQ at any point of the assessment process.

Contextual A-Level information

AAC Please note that A-level General Studies, Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills and Global Perspectives are not accepted by King's as one of your A levels. Must include grade A in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. Notes: If you are taking linear A-levels in England, you will be required to pass the practical endorsement in all Science subjects. This is with the exception of private candidates who are unable to take the practical component. We do not consider the EPQ at any point of the assessment process.

International Baccalaureate

35 points including 666 at Higher Level.

Must include grade 6 in Higher Level in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. Notes: The total point score of 35 includes TOK/EE. IB students studying the new Mathematics curriculum would be required to study Mathematics - Analysis and Approaches or Mathematics - Applications and Interpretation at Higher Level to meet the Mathematics subject requirement for this programme. GCSE/IGCSE Mathematics requirement can be met via IB Standard Level/Middle Years grade 5, if not studied/studying at Higher Level

Contextual International Baccalaureate information

34 points including 664 at Higher Level. Must include grade 6 in Higher Level in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. Notes: The total point score of 34 includes TOK/EE. IB students studying the new Mathematics curriculum would be required to study Mathematics - Analysis and Approaches or Mathematics - Applications and Interpretation at Higher Level to meet the Mathematics subject requirement for this programme. GCSE/IGCSE Mathematics requirement can be met via IB Standard Level/Middle Years grade 5, if not studied/studying at Higher Level

You will also need:

GCSE/IGCSE Requirements

Mathematics grade 6/B.

 

Notes:

 

Functional Skills, and Numeracy modules studied within an Access to HE diploma, are not accepted for this programme to meet the GCSE/IGCSE requirements.

 

If you are an international student who does not study GCSEs/IGCSEs or IB Standard Level/Middle Years as part of your qualifications, then we would not expect you to have met this requirement. However, we will look for evidence of the equivalency in your studies.

Alternative accepted qualifications

Standard requirements

International applicants

Equivalent International qualifications

Course specific subject requirements are indicated in subject requirements above

English language requirements

English language band: B

Selection process

Application deadline: 25th January 2023 - 18:00 (UK time)

 

Contextual consideration

We make contextual offers for this programme, which can be found in the entry requirements. As part of the assessment process, we take into account contextual information to gain a more complete picture of each application. More information can be found on the Contextualised admissions website.

Deferrals

Applications can be submitted for deferred entry by choosing the appropriate year of entry on the UCAS application.

If your circumstances change and, therefore, you need to request a deferral after an offer has been made, then we can generally permit these for this programme. However, each deferral request will be considered on a case-by-case basis and we reserve the right to decline any post-offer deferral request. Requests should be submitted via a message on King’s Apply with an explanation of the reason for making the request.

Please note, second deferral requests will only be considered where the request is due to extreme unforeseen extenuating circumstances, for example, health reasons. We are unable to permit deferral requests that go beyond two years and you would need to apply again. This is with the exception of deferrals which are due to military/national service.

Foundation courses

Applicants studying Foundation Year programmes in the UK are welcome to apply for this programme. Foundation programmes from other universities and further education providers in the UK are considered on a case-by-case basis. Whether or not we can consider a particular foundation year as suitable for study at King's depends on the content of the syllabus and modules studied. In the past we have accepted foundation programmes from a number of other institutions.

We are unable to accept Foundation programmes that are integrated as part of a main degree at another institution. These may be called Year 0 or Integrated Foundations. We are also unable to accept non-UK Foundation courses.

Once you have submitted an application, the Admissions Office may contact you via King's Apply to ask for further details on your qualification, such as a list of modules and course specifications.

The King's International Foundation Programme has guaranteed pathways available for progression onto our King's undergraduate degree programmes, and information can be found on the website.

Graduates

Our general entry requirements are based on A-level or equivalent. However, where an applicant is completing/has completed a degree, we are able to consider the degree study as part of the assessment of the application.

Generally, we would consider a minimum of a UK Bachelor degree with a 2:1 grade profile (or overseas equivalent) as meeting the entry requirements for our undergraduate degrees. However, those who have achieved/are predicted a high 2:1 or a First may be considered more competitive.

Where a programme has subject requirements, these will still need to have been met. If you have not met the subject requirements via A-level (or equivalent) then we may be able to consider the content within your degree. We would be looking for significant study of the subject across the degree programme with a 2:1 or above grading on those modules.

Once you have submitted an application, the Admissions Office may contact you via King's Apply to ask for further details on your degree study.

Personal Statement

We are looking for intellectually curious and open-minded students who relish the opportunity of studying with some of the world's most distinguished academics in the field. You must be of the highest intellectual calibre, and we are looking for a commitment to embrace the challenge of a truly cosmopolitan education. The key criterion for entry is academic ability, but we will also be looking for evidence of your motivation to study, your communication skills, your enthusiasm for making connections between disciplines, and your understanding of the programme.

Resits

The University has currently implemented a suspension of the resit policies due to the Coronavirus situation, which is in place for all undergraduate programmes. This has now been extended, therefore, this means that all our standard resit policies will pause for applications received in the 2021/22 admissions cycle.

The below is the standard resit policy for this programme and is expected to be reintroduced from the 2022/23 admissions cycle.

In a standard admissions cycle, we are able to consider applicants who have retaken their qualifications, however, you should bear in mind that your application for this programme will be reviewed alongside other strong applicants who might be viewed more favourably if they achieved the required grades within a standard timeframe, for example, a two year period for A-levels.

We consider applicants who have recently achieved grades which are below the entry criteria, and have subsequently studied/are studying another qualification to seek entry, such as an Access to HE Diploma or a Foundation programme, to be resit applicants.

Transfers

Transfers into this programme are not permitted.

Help for international applicants

International Foundation Year

If you don't have a suitable qualification for direct entry to a UK university, we can help with our Foundation year courses.

Pre-sessional courses

If you have an offer from King's, but English isn't your first language, we have courses to help you.

Teaching methods - what to expect

You will be taught through a mix of lectures, seminars and tutorials. 

Course Stage

Indicative percentage of time in scheduled learning & teaching activities

Indicative percentage of time in guided independent study

Year 1

28%

72%

Year 2

27%

73%

Year 3

20%

80%

 

Location

Our course is primarily taught at the King’s College London Denmark Hill Campus.

Assessment

  • Coursework
  • Written Work
  • Presentations
  • Examinations
  • Practical assessment

Assessment methods depend on the modules you will be studying, the primary methods of assessment for this course is through written coursework, presentations (both individual and group), examinations and practical assessments.  The study time and assessment methods typically give an indication of what to expect. However, these may vary depending upon the modules. 

Structure

Courses are divided into modules. Each year you will normally take modules totalling 120 credits. This is a three-year degree course in which you will take a combination of required and optional modules to total 360 credits.

King’s College London reviews the modules offered on a regular basis to provide up-to-date, innovative and relevant programmes of study. Therefore, modules offered may change. We suggest you keep an eye on the course finder on our website for updates.

Please note that modules with a practical component will be capped due to educational requirements, which may mean that we cannot guarantee a place to all students who elect to study this module.

Employability

Neuroscience & Psychology BSc graduates can follow a variety of careers, within scientific research and beyond. You will develop wide-ranging knowledge of human behaviour and the nervous system, a thorough grounding in experimental research methods in psychological and neural sciences, training in some of the latest technological and methodological approaches in cognitive and systems neuroscience and the computational, statistical and analytic skills required to work with complex and big data. You will develop the mind-set required for project-based interdisciplinary team-work, be comfortable working across levels of analysis, from cells and molecules to cognitive and cultural processes, and will develop problem solving and effective communication skills.

As a Neuroscience & Psychology graduate you could follow a variety of career pathways, including:

  • Scientific research and teaching in neuroscience and psychology.

  • Further study in order to become a forensic, educational or clinical psychologist.

  • Pharmaceutical industry and Drug Development, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics. 

  • Data science, Health Science and Health Services Research.

  • Science communication, museum work and public engagement, scientific publishing.

Tuition Fees

Full time tuition fees UK:

The UK tuition fee for the 2023-2024 academic year is currently £9,250 per year. This is based on the UK Government’s cap.

Full time tuition fees International:

The International tuition fee for the 2023-2024 academic year is £34,920 per year.

Please note that the International tuition fee is subject to annual increases in subsequent years of study, in line with King’s terms and conditions.

All International applicants to Undergraduate programmes are required to pay a deposit of £2,000 against their first year’s tuition fee. This deposit is payable when you firmly accept an unconditional offer to study with us, and will be offset against your tuition fees when you join King’s.

If you choose the study abroad option with one of King’s partner universities, you will not be charged tuition fees by the host university (although some partners do charge a small administration fee for applying). Please see the Study Abroad webpages for details of the relevant partner universities. For students spending their third year on a professional placement or studying abroad, King’s will continue to invoice for a proportion of King’s tuition fees. You should also budget to pay for the associated subsistence costs, such as travel, visas, accommodation and food as well as any vaccination/immunisations required by the country to which you are travelling

Additional Costs

In addition to your tuition costs, you can also expect to pay for:

  • books if you choose to buy your own copies
  • DBS checks
  • clothing for optional course related events and competitions
  • library fees and fines
  • personal photocopies
  • printing course handouts
  • society membership fees
  • stationery
  • travel costs for travel around London and between campuses
  • graduation costs.

Funding

In years 1 & 2 you will study a mixture of core and mandatory modules. Some courses are shared with the Psychology BSc and incorporate the British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited curriculum conferring eligibility for the Graduate Basis for chartered membership of the society. Other modules will develop your understanding of neural science and methods, and build your skills and confidence in statistical analysis and computing using software such as R and Matlab. You will have the opportunity study abroad for a year, or put your knowledge and skills in practice during a professional placement year. Our unique partnership with South London & Maudsley Hospital (SLaM), and the more than 100 research teams at the IoPPN, from basic and clinical neuroscience, to developmental neurobiology, to neuroimaging and psychiatric research, to neurodevelopmental and age-related disorders, ensure that you will find a placement that meets your interests. In your final year you can choose from an exciting and wide range of optional modules covering all flavors of neuroscience and psychology.

Base campus

NEV-main-Denmark-Hill-Campus
Denmark Hill Campus

Home to the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, clinical and teaching facilities for the Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences and the Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care, Policy & Rehabilitation.

Special features

Optional study abroad
Optional year in industry
Optional internships

Awarding Institutions

kcl logo

King's College London and Affiliates

Regulating bodies

King's is regulated by the Office for Students

Subject requirements

Required subjects:
A-level (or equivalent) grade A in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology.

A-Levels

Required grades:
AAA

Please note that A-level General Studies, Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills and Global Perspectives are not accepted by King's as one of your A levels.

Must include grade A in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. Notes: If you are taking linear A-levels in England, you will be required to pass the practical endorsement in all Science subjects. This is with the exception of private candidates who are unable to take the practical component. We do not consider the EPQ at any point of the assessment process.

Contextual A-Level information

AAC Please note that A-level General Studies, Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills and Global Perspectives are not accepted by King's as one of your A levels. Must include grade A in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. Notes: If you are taking linear A-levels in England, you will be required to pass the practical endorsement in all Science subjects. This is with the exception of private candidates who are unable to take the practical component. We do not consider the EPQ at any point of the assessment process.

International Baccalaureate

35 points including 666 at Higher Level.

Must include grade 6 in Higher Level in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. Notes: The total point score of 35 includes TOK/EE. IB students studying the new Mathematics curriculum would be required to study Mathematics - Analysis and Approaches or Mathematics - Applications and Interpretation at Higher Level to meet the Mathematics subject requirement for this programme. GCSE/IGCSE Mathematics requirement can be met via IB Standard Level/Middle Years grade 5, if not studied/studying at Higher Level

Contextual International Baccalaureate information

34 points including 664 at Higher Level. Must include grade 6 in Higher Level in at least two of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Psychology. Notes: The total point score of 34 includes TOK/EE. IB students studying the new Mathematics curriculum would be required to study Mathematics - Analysis and Approaches or Mathematics - Applications and Interpretation at Higher Level to meet the Mathematics subject requirement for this programme. GCSE/IGCSE Mathematics requirement can be met via IB Standard Level/Middle Years grade 5, if not studied/studying at Higher Level

You will also need:

GCSE/IGCSE Requirements

Mathematics grade 6/B.

 

Notes:

 

Functional Skills, and Numeracy modules studied within an Access to HE diploma, are not accepted for this programme to meet the GCSE/IGCSE requirements.

 

If you are an international student who does not study GCSEs/IGCSEs or IB Standard Level/Middle Years as part of your qualifications, then we would not expect you to have met this requirement. However, we will look for evidence of the equivalency in your studies.

Alternative accepted qualifications

Standard requirements

International applicants

Equivalent International qualifications

Course specific subject requirements are indicated in subject requirements above

English language requirements

English language band: B

Selection process

Application deadline: 25th January 2023 - 18:00 (UK time)

 

Contextual consideration

We make contextual offers for this programme, which can be found in the entry requirements. As part of the assessment process, we take into account contextual information to gain a more complete picture of each application. More information can be found on the Contextualised admissions website.

Deferrals

Applications can be submitted for deferred entry by choosing the appropriate year of entry on the UCAS application.

If your circumstances change and, therefore, you need to request a deferral after an offer has been made, then we can generally permit these for this programme. However, each deferral request will be considered on a case-by-case basis and we reserve the right to decline any post-offer deferral request. Requests should be submitted via a message on King’s Apply with an explanation of the reason for making the request.

Please note, second deferral requests will only be considered where the request is due to extreme unforeseen extenuating circumstances, for example, health reasons. We are unable to permit deferral requests that go beyond two years and you would need to apply again. This is with the exception of deferrals which are due to military/national service.

Foundation courses

Applicants studying Foundation Year programmes in the UK are welcome to apply for this programme. Foundation programmes from other universities and further education providers in the UK are considered on a case-by-case basis. Whether or not we can consider a particular foundation year as suitable for study at King's depends on the content of the syllabus and modules studied. In the past we have accepted foundation programmes from a number of other institutions.

We are unable to accept Foundation programmes that are integrated as part of a main degree at another institution. These may be called Year 0 or Integrated Foundations. We are also unable to accept non-UK Foundation courses.

Once you have submitted an application, the Admissions Office may contact you via King's Apply to ask for further details on your qualification, such as a list of modules and course specifications.

The King's International Foundation Programme has guaranteed pathways available for progression onto our King's undergraduate degree programmes, and information can be found on the website.

Graduates

Our general entry requirements are based on A-level or equivalent. However, where an applicant is completing/has completed a degree, we are able to consider the degree study as part of the assessment of the application.

Generally, we would consider a minimum of a UK Bachelor degree with a 2:1 grade profile (or overseas equivalent) as meeting the entry requirements for our undergraduate degrees. However, those who have achieved/are predicted a high 2:1 or a First may be considered more competitive.

Where a programme has subject requirements, these will still need to have been met. If you have not met the subject requirements via A-level (or equivalent) then we may be able to consider the content within your degree. We would be looking for significant study of the subject across the degree programme with a 2:1 or above grading on those modules.

Once you have submitted an application, the Admissions Office may contact you via King's Apply to ask for further details on your degree study.

Personal Statement

We are looking for intellectually curious and open-minded students who relish the opportunity of studying with some of the world's most distinguished academics in the field. You must be of the highest intellectual calibre, and we are looking for a commitment to embrace the challenge of a truly cosmopolitan education. The key criterion for entry is academic ability, but we will also be looking for evidence of your motivation to study, your communication skills, your enthusiasm for making connections between disciplines, and your understanding of the programme.

Resits

The University has currently implemented a suspension of the resit policies due to the Coronavirus situation, which is in place for all undergraduate programmes. This has now been extended, therefore, this means that all our standard resit policies will pause for applications received in the 2021/22 admissions cycle.

The below is the standard resit policy for this programme and is expected to be reintroduced from the 2022/23 admissions cycle.

In a standard admissions cycle, we are able to consider applicants who have retaken their qualifications, however, you should bear in mind that your application for this programme will be reviewed alongside other strong applicants who might be viewed more favourably if they achieved the required grades within a standard timeframe, for example, a two year period for A-levels.

We consider applicants who have recently achieved grades which are below the entry criteria, and have subsequently studied/are studying another qualification to seek entry, such as an Access to HE Diploma or a Foundation programme, to be resit applicants.

Transfers

Transfers into this programme are not permitted.

Help for international applicants

International Foundation Year

If you don't have a suitable qualification for direct entry to a UK university, we can help with our Foundation year courses.

Pre-sessional courses

If you have an offer from King's, but English isn't your first language, we have courses to help you.

Teaching methods - what to expect

You will be taught through a mix of lectures, seminars and tutorials. 

Course Stage

Indicative percentage of time in scheduled learning & teaching activities

Indicative percentage of time in guided independent study

Year 1

28%

72%

Year 2

27%

73%

Year 3

20%

80%

 

Location

Our course is primarily taught at the King’s College London Denmark Hill Campus.

Assessment

  • Coursework
  • Written Work
  • Presentations
  • Examinations
  • Practical assessment

Assessment methods depend on the modules you will be studying, the primary methods of assessment for this course is through written coursework, presentations (both individual and group), examinations and practical assessments.  The study time and assessment methods typically give an indication of what to expect. However, these may vary depending upon the modules. 

Structure

Courses are divided into modules. Each year you will normally take modules totalling 120 credits. This is a three-year degree course in which you will take a combination of required and optional modules to total 360 credits.

King’s College London reviews the modules offered on a regular basis to provide up-to-date, innovative and relevant programmes of study. Therefore, modules offered may change. We suggest you keep an eye on the course finder on our website for updates.

Please note that modules with a practical component will be capped due to educational requirements, which may mean that we cannot guarantee a place to all students who elect to study this module.

Employability

Neuroscience & Psychology BSc graduates can follow a variety of careers, within scientific research and beyond. You will develop wide-ranging knowledge of human behaviour and the nervous system, a thorough grounding in experimental research methods in psychological and neural sciences, training in some of the latest technological and methodological approaches in cognitive and systems neuroscience and the computational, statistical and analytic skills required to work with complex and big data. You will develop the mind-set required for project-based interdisciplinary team-work, be comfortable working across levels of analysis, from cells and molecules to cognitive and cultural processes, and will develop problem solving and effective communication skills.

As a Neuroscience & Psychology graduate you could follow a variety of career pathways, including:

  • Scientific research and teaching in neuroscience and psychology.

  • Further study in order to become a forensic, educational or clinical psychologist.

  • Pharmaceutical industry and Drug Development, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics. 

  • Data science, Health Science and Health Services Research.

  • Science communication, museum work and public engagement, scientific publishing.

Tuition Fees

Full time tuition fees UK:

The UK tuition fee for the 2023-2024 academic year is currently £9,250 per year. This is based on the UK Government’s cap.

Full time tuition fees International:

The International tuition fee for the 2023-2024 academic year is £34,920 per year.

Please note that the International tuition fee is subject to annual increases in subsequent years of study, in line with King’s terms and conditions.

All International applicants to Undergraduate programmes are required to pay a deposit of £2,000 against their first year’s tuition fee. This deposit is payable when you firmly accept an unconditional offer to study with us, and will be offset against your tuition fees when you join King’s.

If you choose the study abroad option with one of King’s partner universities, you will not be charged tuition fees by the host university (although some partners do charge a small administration fee for applying). Please see the Study Abroad webpages for details of the relevant partner universities. For students spending their third year on a professional placement or studying abroad, King’s will continue to invoice for a proportion of King’s tuition fees. You should also budget to pay for the associated subsistence costs, such as travel, visas, accommodation and food as well as any vaccination/immunisations required by the country to which you are travelling

Additional Costs

In addition to your tuition costs, you can also expect to pay for:

  • books if you choose to buy your own copies
  • DBS checks
  • clothing for optional course related events and competitions
  • library fees and fines
  • personal photocopies
  • printing course handouts
  • society membership fees
  • stationery
  • travel costs for travel around London and between campuses
  • graduation costs.

Funding

Key information

Course type:
Joint honours
Delivery mode:
Classroom
Study mode:
Full time
Duration:
Three years or 4 years with a year abroad or a professional placement year
Application status:
Open
Start date:
September 2023
Application deadline:
25 January 2023
Apply via UCAS

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