School of Psychology community
Discover more about your course through the resources below, including staff and student videos.
Head of School message to you
Robbie Sutton is Professor of Social Psychology and Head of the School of Psychology at the University of Kent. In his message, he highlights what makes Kent a great place to study.
Watch our Forensic Psychology taster lecture with Drs Emma Alleyne and Caoilte O Ciardha. You can access the full playlist of taster talks on our YouTube channel including: the Psychology of Decision-Making; Cognitive Psychology Lab Equipment Demonstration; and the Psychology of Prejudice and Equality: the Example of Age.
Meet our students and alumni
Meet Kent Psychology students, Can and Dawn, and alumnus, Daniel.
A Summer of bitesize talks from the Schools of Anthropology and Conservation, Economics, Politics and International Relations, and Psychology about the study of humans and the systems we use to live on the planet we inhabit. View the full playlist of talks on Youtube.
Theo is in the placement year of her BSc in Psychology with Clinical Psychology and a Placement Year at Kent. In this video, made in October 2020, she talks us through her experience of a clinical placement during a pandemic.
You can also read Theo's student profile for insights to her placement, social life at Kent and her goals for the future.
The Psychology Society (@ukcpsychsoc on Instagram) is a student run organisation ratified by Kent Union. The society is devoted to serving its members by providing academic, volunteering and social activities.
Take a look around our facilities
The School has excellent laboratory and field research facilities as well as modern teaching spaces. There are dedicated individual laboratories and specialised labs for different types of research.
What can you do now?
In response to requests from our applicants last year, our academic staff came up with this great suggested reading/watch list! Please note that this is not required reading for our courses so enjoy reading/watching what you can.