Welcome week for new students commences on 22nd Spetember 2014
In addition to the Induction Programmes happening in the School of Psychology, many events are taking place throughout the University during Welcome Week.
Details of what's on are available on the Student Guidance Centre's Welcome Week website.
These maps will help you find the locations of Welcome Week events and Level 1 lectures
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our main office on 028 9097 5445 or alternatively at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also tweet us via @QUBPsych
Timetables for undergraduate students
A full reading list for each Psychology module will be published in a module handbook, this will be made available to you soon.
The core text for PSY1001 Introductory Psychology 1 will be:
Martin, N., Carlson, N. & Buskist, W. (2013). Psychology (5th ed.). Harlow: Pearson Education Limited.
Other texts will be required, but if you want to make a start with some background reading this would be an ideal book to start with.
This is available from a number of retailers:
This Handbook is designed to help students enrolled on undergraduate programmes in the School of Psychology orientate themselves to their studies and contains important information about the University and the School. It contains the essential information you need to begin your studies.
The Blue Book’s friend is the companion book to the School of Psychology’s Blue Book. The Blue Book contains vital information; its Friend contains more detail and study guides to flesh out the information provided in the Blue Book. The Blue Book’s Friend is only available on-line and is updated regularly. Its format is based loosely on the major headings used in the Blue Book.
Please note, the Blue Book's Friend for 2014-15 are in currently in final preparations. They will be published on this page soon. Please check back here closer to Welcome Week.
On Friday 26th September we will be holding our 5th Annual Postgraduate Conference in 0G.533 9:30am - 5pm. All Postgraduate students are welcome.