The Psychology Summer School offers sessions on a diverse range of areas of contemporary psychology. You will develop your understanding of psychology beyond the traditional undergraduate curriculum and explore some controversial and exciting topics including parapsychology, hypnosis, and morality in sport, obesity, special educational needs and transpersonal psychology. You will participate in real psychological studies, develop key skills and to develop an awareness of cross cultural differences in psychology through direct experience and reflection. Furthermore, you will have a chance to visit to places such as the Freud and Natural History Museums in London and the Coventry Refugee Centre to support your learning and development outside of the classroom setting.
The programme will also include social and cultural visits for you to participate in and to explore your surroundings with new friends from all around the world.
Please note: The prices listed relate only to applications made directly to the University and that the fees for applications made via agents or other third parties may be higher.
You must have completed one year of study on a psychology related programme at school, college or university.
As the programme is delivered in English, you will require a good level of English speaking, reading and writing skills. You must also be aged 18 or above.
Please note we are unable to provide flights or visas. You will be responsible for ensuring that these arrangements are made before the course starts.
Due to changes in visa requirements, visas may take slightly longer than anticipated so ensure that sufficient time is allowed to apply. Visa advice can be obtained through the UK government website.