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British Psychological Society Careers Destinations Survey

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Posted on behalf of British Psychological Society (BPS)Dear Psychology Graduate,

Would you be interested in helping us give useful advice to future generations of psychology students? The BPS is keen to work with Psychology departments across the UK to develop a better understanding of the subsequent careers and employment patterns of psychology graduates in order to give more informed advice and support to people thinking about taking psychology in the future.

We are particularly keen to keep in touch with you at occasional intervals over the next few years to see how your career is developing (whatever direction you take, whether continuing in psychology or not). For those who participate, we will be running regular prize draws, offering discount vouchers etc., so you’ll get a direct benefit from taking part as well as knowing you are contributing to a great project. This will be one of the largest national longitudinal studies of its kind – but its success depends on your participation.

If you wish to participate – please go to: Following the completion of the survey, you will be entered into our prize draw to win a £200 Amazon voucher.

All the best


Dr Lisa Morrison Coulthard CPsychol AFBPsS
Policy Advisor (Science and Research)

Science, Practice and Education Policy Advice Team
Chief Executive’s Department
British Psychological Society
Tel: 0116 2529510 (normal office hours: 9.15am-2.30pm)

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