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Undergraduate Postgraduate
Colchester Campus
Saturday 20 June 2015 (booking opens 25 Apr)
Saturday 19 September 2015 (booking opens 25 Jul)
Saturday 24 October 2015 (booking opens 29 Aug)
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Saturday 18 July 2015 (booking opens 23 May)
Saturday 10 October 2015 (booking opens 15 Aug)
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Welcome

We're about what makes people tick – why we are the way we are, how we develop and understand the world, what goes on deep down in our emotions, relationships and society as a whole.

We're unique: the only place where under one roof you can find a multifaceted clinical and academic approach to both psychoanalytic and Jungian studies. Our research puts us at the forefront of our field, challenging unquestioned norms and shaping professional practice. Our staff are acclaimed professors, clinicians and practitioners.

Our close relationships with the National Health Service, education, care services and professional institutions ensure our undergraduate and postgraduate courses are relevant, up-to-date and responsive to the needs of society.

So, if you're fascinated by human relationships and culture and want to dig deeper, welcome home.

What makes us unique?

  • 94% student satisfaction rate (NSS 2014)
  • 80% of our undergraduates have found graduate level study or employment
  • Ranked in the top 10 in the UK for research quality (REF 2014)
  • Strong links with the local National Health Service, education and care services and professional institutions

CTAR

Refugee camp

Our Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees examines the issues faced by asylum seekers and refugees, emphasising particularly on the psychosocial aspect of their experiences.

PG taught open event

Group of students

Come along to our postgraduate taught open event to find out about our MAs. We’ll also be analysing Disney’s The Lion King from a number of perspectives, including those of Freud and Jung.

Research excellence

Students in discussion

Our world-class research demonstrates how we foster creative and new ways of looking at the role of the unconscious mind in mental health, culture and society.