In drawing together the complementary fields of
community psychology and critical social psychology, we have sought
to develop an MSc that will appeal to students who value a focus on
social critique and social justice in conjunction with a rigourous
and scholarly approach to the discipline of psychology. The
Community & Critical Social Psychology (CCSP) MSc will thus
enable you to take a fresh approach to psychology, involving a
focus on critique of accepted ways of working within the discipline
and engagements with pressing ‘real-world’ concerns.
What qualifications do I need?
Applicants will normally have a 2:1 in Psychology
or a closely related discipline, although in cases where
exceptional performance on the final year project, mitigating
circumstances or relevant employment can be demonstrated,
applicants may be considered who have a 2:2. Applicants whose
first degree is not in psychology will be accepted on a
case-by-case basis to ensure that they have covered sufficient
levels of psychology and research methods during their first
degree. Applicants whose first language is not English should
have IELTS at grade 6.5 or above (including a minimum of 6.5 in the
writing component) or another acceptable English Language
How much does it cost?
The fees are subject to review.
Please visit our
tuition fees webpage for up-to-date information
A 10% discount is applicable to all YSJU
Alumni undertaking PG level study
How do I apply?
Applications can be made using the buttons
MSc Community & Critical Social Psychology full-time
MSc Community & Critical Social Psychology part-time
Will I be interviewed?
No. Applications are judged solely on the
application form and references. If further information from
an applicant is required (eg in the case of students whose first
degree is not in psychology) they will be contacted by e-mail or
How can I find out more?
See the psychology web pages for more information
on the department, including staff expertise and research
Contact Dr Stephen Gibson E: email@example.com to discuss
any aspect of the degree programme or application process in more