BSc (Hons) Psychology, BSc (Hons) Psychology Major and MPsych Advanced Psychology - Stage 4 Induction Information 2018

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Please note this induction programme of events is for returning students. If you are a direct entry student to Stage 4 please see the induction programme for Stage 4 BSc (Hons) Psychological Studies and direct entry.

Tuesday 18 September

11.30–13.00: Placement returners meeting with Dr Ed Symes, Placement Co-ordinator, Claire Guy, Employability Service and Lindsey Marshall, Placements Officer. Venue: Babbage Building, room 005

Wednesday 19 September and Thursday 20 September there are no sessions to attend

Friday 21 September

Venue (all day): Roland Levinsky Building, LT 1

9.30–9.45: Welcome with Profressor Tim Hollins, Head of School

9.45–10.30: Introduction to Stage 4 with Dr Matt Roser, Programme Leader and Dr Patric Bach, Student Advocate

10.30–11.30: DLHE and career preparation Claire Guy, Employability Service

11.30–11.45: Break

11.45–12.15: Research Apprenticeship Scheme with Dr Sylvia Terbeck

12.15–13.00: Break

13.00–13.45: Ethical approval and running your Stage 4 project (part 1) with Dr Giorgio Ganis, Project Co-ordinator

13.45–14.30: Ethical approval and running your Stage 4 project (part 2) with Lynne James, Senior Technician

14.30-15.30 Using library resources for project work with Kerri Daymond, Information Specialist

15.30–17.00: Meet your project supervisor and personal tutors: All Stage 4 students should arrange to meet their project supervisor and personal tutor, if not today, then early next week.

Go to your project supervisor's and personal tutor's office and, if they operate a sign-up system, sign up to a meeting or email your tutor to arrange a meeting.

Lists of project supervisors are on the PSYC405 DLE page.

Please access find my tutor.

Please note week commencing 24 September is University week nine.

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Today's events

Essential information for new international students

Monday 17 – Friday 21 September daily between 16.30–17.00 Devonport Lecture Theatre, Portland Square.
This session is delivered by the International Student Advice (ISA) team and is an opportunity for new international students to meet the team and learn about the services they deliver. 

During this session the team will provide you with essential information designed to help you to settle in to living and studying in Plymouth. 
They will also advise you of your tier 4 visa responsibilities and answer any questions you may have related to your visa. 

There is no need to book in advance, you can just turn up.

UPSU events

Friday 14 September: International Fair, the Students' Union

Monday 17 September: Market Day, Students' Union roof

Tuesday 18 September: Freshers Fair, Marquee and Students' Union and Roland Levinsky building and Students' Union roof

Wednesday 19 September: Sports Fair, Rolle Marquee and Students' Union

Thursday 20 September: Societies and Activities Fair, Rolle Marquee and Students' Union and Roland Levinsky Building and Students' Union roof

Friday 21 September: Volunteering Fair, Rolle Marquee

View more information about UPSU events.

Wide range of careers

Our graduates go on to pursue a wide range of careers after studying their first degree. Whether you continue studying for a further degree or look for employment straight away our emphasis on employability will put you ahead of other graduates.

Successful graduates

If you would like to find out what other psychology graduates are currently doing, please visit the psychology and social sciences interest area.

Faculty of Health and Human Sciences: induction information

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