There are many things that you can get involved in whilst studying a Psychology degree with us! Here are 5 ideas of what you can do outside of your academic workload.
#1: We have lots of events and opportunities for you to get involved in throughout the year!
For example you could:
- Write a blog piece on your experiences or an event you have supported.
- Run a demonstration at one of our events such as ‘Psychology and Me’!
- Present your research at one of the Psychology Research conferences.
#2: You can attend expert talks
These take place on campus as part of our visiting speaker series and as part of Psychology in the Pub! You can hear about research and different Psychology fields who are invited to talk about their interests.
#3: Become a Psychology Advocate!
Learn more about the field of Psychology and develop your transferable skills by delivering workshops, tours and supporting events within the department!
#4: Develop your practical research skills
Conduct your own studies, support academic researchers and participate in studies. These might use our amazing technical resources!
You can put your learning into practice on a placement year or one of your option modules.
#5: Join the Psychology society!
Socialise with students from across our Psychology degrees and become part of a wider Psychology community!
Interested in a Psychology degree? Come to an Open Day – for further details and to book your place at an open day please click here.