Ulster University’s Institute of Mental Health Sciences (IMHS) is an exciting new multidisciplinary institute that will provide a holistic biopsychosocial approach to mental health research.
World-leading research under the three broad themes of Mental Heath, Children, Young People and Schools and Health and Ageing.
The School of Psychology infrastructure has developed state-of-the-art research laboratories.
The School of Psychology Research Ethics Filter Committee meets on a monthly basis during the academic year.
Read about our current psychology research projects and the impact they are making.
All psychology related PhD opportunities are available from our Research Graduate School page.
Offering flexible and interesting courses, we work in partnership with our students to ensure that our courses benefit our students to the fullest.
4 November 2020
The School of Psychology at Ulster has a new vacancy for a Teaching Fellow in Psychology (fixed-term for three years).
6 January 2020
The purpose of the post is to significantly contribute to a project focusing on early child development in Mexico and Cuba.
21 August 2019
The UU policy review, being launched in conjunction with Action Mental Health, is a call to action for a ten year mental health strategy in Northern Ireland – the only UK region without one. It comes in the face of rising suicide rates and a system delivered in a fragmented and piecemeal manner.