Undergraduate Open Days 2024

Saturday 5 and Saturday 19 October

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Undergraduate degrees

The School of Psychology at Leeds has an international reputation for producing exceptional practitioners in psychology and a range of other careers. Through our superb career support, you'll receive both excellent education and outstanding preparation for the next stage in your development, whether in employment or further academic study.

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in the UK for student experience as the University of Leeds

Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2018

Year in industry

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Jade Martin
Student | Psychology BSc (Industrial)
“Completing my year in Industry placement was the highlight of my BSc degree. I worked as a research assistant in a Clinical Psychology department in Leeds. I learnt about so many things in a field I was passionately interested in.”


Psychology graduates are highly and diversely skilled, meaning they are well suited to a number of careers and attractive to a range of employers. Engaging and challenging voluntary and paid opportunities are available to students through the University’s exclusive database, which includes approximately 1,500 employers advertising their positions.

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Dominic O'Connor
Student | Advanced psychology MPsyc.BSc (International)
“I believe Leeds has prepared me for life after university through developing a wide variety of transferable skills as well as developing a knowledge of several areas of psychology.”

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Are you a current student or graduate of the School of Psychology? We would love to hear about your journey with us. Share your story here and inspire the future of psychology.