Why Psychology at the University of Leicester?
Posted by Enna in Psychology on October 1, 2018
I started being interested in Psychology at a young age after reading books like Catcher in the Rye and Perks of Being a Wallflower – both of which have leading characters whom suffer from some sort of trauma or mental illness. Being a film lover too, movies such as Along Came a Spider, Prisoners and […]
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Hello any newbies reading :)
Posted by joanna in Psychology on November 12, 2012
As a year has gone by since I started writing these blogs, there are probably a new bunch of you reading who are starting to look around different universities. It doesn’t feel at all long ago that I was. I remember doing a road trip around the midlands for two days with my parents-covering Leicester, […]
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What is it like doing a combined course?
Posted by joanna in Psychology on June 1, 2012
1 week left till I’m finished for summer:) Can’t wait! In the meantime, I thought I’d write about what it’s like to do a combined course. Many people have asked me how I find the time to do the two subjects, if I end up with two degrees or one and if it’s worth it. […]
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