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Apr 06, 2011
by: Tom

I am currently doing a masters in Forensic Psychology. The amount of work experience in the area varies depending on the university. However, places on masters courses can be extremely competitive for example there were only 6 full-time places on my masters course and 5 part-time. The more experience the better chance you stand of getting on a course. I didn't have a years work experience when I got on the course.

Remember to look for a course which is accredited by the BPS if you want to go on to the stage 2 route of becoming a forensic psychologist. However HPC courses are beginning to pop up so this isn't as important any more.

Oct 26, 2009
by: Anonymous

I'm a third year psychology student and every university that teaches MSc Forensic Psychology ask for a minimum of 1 years work experience in order to apply.

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