It's a subject that DD2 in Y10 is fascinated by, and is showing some interest in studying for a degree. She doesn't have any definite career plans, and isn't even sure she wants even to work in the field of psychology, but has the impression that it could be a good choice of subject for entry into various fields later.
As far as A-level options are concerned, what might be a good combination? I know Psychology itself is not on the Russell Group list of "facililitating subjects", but I imagine it would be worth taking as the school offers it. The only science she enjoys is Biology, which might be a useful complement. No desire at all to take Maths! Any ideas for a third?
Also - when it comes to applying for a university course, there are so many to choose from! Is the general wisdom that it's better to go for a traditional course from a longer established university, or do the newer universities have a more vocational approach possibly with better career preparation?
Obviously there is some research ahead, but any advice from someone who's been there already would be gratefully received!