MSc Psychology in Education Students at Oxford Conference

Posted on 20 September 2018

We are delighted that our MSc Psychology in Education (conversion programme) was represented at the British Psychological Society's annual Psychology in Education Section conference in Oxford on September 14th 2018.

Sophie Conlon presented her study of academics' perceptions of genetic and environmental influences on mental health and wellbeing. Diana Fields' research asked what  children with individual education plans really think about them, and Dongying Ji explored the effects of parental separation on children's emotional problems. Diana and Dongying are about to start PhDs at York and UCL, while Sophie will gain experience as a mental health support worker before pursuing clinical psychology training.

We are very proud of them, and of our 2017/18 cohort of MSc students. We wish them all well as they take their next steps in psychology and education.