|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||9,100 GBP|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||13,900 GBP|
You will cover psychoanalytic theory, themes, approaches, debates, and discussions in psychosocial studies, including subjectivity and identity, social transformation, trauma, conflict, and mental health, immigration, community and belonging, contemporary cultural theory, psychoanalytic interpretations of the political sphere. You will also focus on research methods, theoretical approaches, scholarly practice, modes of understanding, interpreting, and being attentive to human individual and collective experience and expression.
You will have an advanced and mature understanding of current concepts, theories and controversies within the field of psychosocial studies, as well as a familiarity with applications of psychoanalytic theory in a comprehensive range of settings, and advanced research skills covering research design, analysis and dissemination. You will also gain evaluative skills, such as critically evaluating interventions in the clinical and social field and high level communication skills, enabling you to communicate effectively with colleagues and clients from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.