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Psychology is the science of human behaviour and experience; Psychologists use scientific methods to try to explain our own and others’ behaviour. This course will provide you with a general introduction to psychological theory, research and application.
Standard entry requirements, plus grade 5 in GCSE English Language and GCSE Mathematics plus grade 4 in GCSE Science.
£50 per year for textbooks, workbooks and revision materials.
This programme is designed to support students with the potential of achieving high grades at A Level and Vocational Diploma and helps to prepare them for Oxford, Cambridge and the Russell Group Universities.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract.
This programme offers all students at the College an opportunity to develop their skills and fitness to a high level. It is not exclusive to Sports students or elite sportspeople.
Students may consider direct entry into employment or further training.
As well as those students keen to study the subject at university and pursue a career in Psychology, the subject is of interest and is relevant to anyone considering a degree course or career where working with and understanding other people is important. The study of Psychology is useful in careers related to human resource management, media, teaching, social care, nursing, working in the criminal justice system and many others. This course also provides a strong grounding for those wishing to pursue many other subject areas at degree level.
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I came to The Henley College from Berkhamsted School. I chose to study Psychology A Level because it was very different from all my other subjects and I've always been intrigued by the mind and brain. I find the idea of trying to read people fascinating. Psychology is something I have never studied before, I was partly worried about it as I was unsure how I would settle into such an unfamiliar course. However, I have thoroughly enjoyed it. I love learning about topics that I can apply to my own personal life. For example, learning about memory techniques, it has become very useful when revising for my exams!
My enthusiasm for the psychology rapidly increased as the weeks went on and now I have become so passionate about it that I'm looking at universities where I can study psychology or neuroscience after college! It has always been my dream to become a doctor so hopefully in the not so distant future this dream will become a reality.