Research in the Psychology Department

Psychology Employability Programme

The Psychology Employability Programme is a joint initiative created by the Psychology Department, the Science and Technology Partnerships and Business Engagement Team, and Careers.


We have developed partnerships with local and national organisations to provide current Psychology undergraduate students with volunteering opportunities to help develop skills for a career in Psychology. There are also opportunities to volunteer as a research assistant to staff in the Psychology Department.


To apply for the Psychology Employability Programme, click below

Charlotte Rothwell

Case Study: Charlotte Rothwell

Psychology Student Charlotte Rothwell volunteered as a research assistant as part of the Psychology Employability Programme.

Read about Charlotte

Case Study: Megan Wolstenholme

Psychology Student Megan Wolstenholme volunteered with a National Autistic Society Youth group as part of the Psychology Employability Programme.

Read about Megan
Megan Wolstenholme
Pam Pickles and Rachel Beauchamp

Talk to us Now

For more information on the Psychology Employability Programme and how to get involved, please contact the Student Engagement Team: Pam Pickles and Rachael Sterrett.