A professional career in Psychology is varied and interesting, and with the skills you will develop during your degree you will also be qualified to work in a variety of areas. During the course, you will benefit from the expertise of the lecturers who are dedicated to offering the best possible experience in studying Psychology, and you will also have the opportunity to meet fellow students from all over the world.
In studying your course – or parts of it – through the medium of Welsh, you will be taking a significant step towards preparing for your career. There is strong evidence in Wales of the importance of being able to communicate bilingually when applying for jobs. For instance, key employers such as the NHS and councils want to employ professional psychologists who can communicate with clients, patients and colleagues in Welsh. As a result, the fact that you have studied through the medium of Welsh will be valuable for your CV.
Psychology graduates can work in a number of different areas, including:
- Educational and clinical psychology
- Occupational fields of work
- Health psychology.
Other popular career choices include market research, human resources, education and advertising.