Division of Psychology



NTU Psychology is ranked 44th in the 2015 QS World University Rankings by Subject based on academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact. Click here for more details.

The Division of Psychology offers scientific and practical training to introduce students to the field of psychology. The programme also introduces students to the professional practices of psychologists and prepares students with the skills and training needed to enter into postgraduate training should they prefer to carry on their education as a psychologist or behavioural researcher. Our division currently has 18 full-time faculty members with postgraduate degrees from prominent universities in North America, Europe, and Asia. The division trains around 1,500 students each semester within our core and elective modules, and we have about 500 undergraduate students and 40 graduate research students currently enrolled in the programme.

News & Events

Mr Dayton Leow, graduate from NTU Psychology, emerged as the Overall Winner in the Psychology Category at the Undergraduate Awards 2015

Seminar: The Demise of Global Intelligence: A Cognitive Neuropsychology Perspective, Prof James Hale, 27 Oct 2015

Seminar: People gesture a lot when they tell a story about how something happened: Evidence for cross-cultural differences in gesturing and story-telling style, Prof Elena Nicoladis, 29 Oct 2015

Seminar: The Representation of Faces for Detection and Identification, Dr. Charles Or, 3 Nov 2015

Seminar: Is sleep a waste of time? A cognitive perspective, Dr. June Lo, 6 Nov 2015