Sport & Health Sciences and Psychology

Mixing practical sessions with an opportunity to explore current research, this strand is an opportunity for anyone interested in a career as a psychologist, with a particular focus on applying their scientific skills in the broad areas of sport, exercise and health maintenance. For people interested in careers as a sport scientist, you will also get the opportunity to experience some of the lab facilities at the University, undertaking anatomy and fitness-based work. You will be able to build your skills, learning from academics and current students who have a passion for the Psychology of sporting performance.

Dates

6 x 4 hour sessions, to be held on weekdays between January and July, both in and out of term time.

 DayDateTimeLocationSubject Focus
Session 1 Wednesday 9th January 10:30–15:30 St Luke's campus Sport & Health Sciences
Session 2 Wednesday 6th February 10:30–15:30 Streatham campus Psychology
Session 3 Wednesday 6th March 10:30–15:30 St Luke's campus Sport & Health Sciences
Session 4 Wednesday 10th April 10:30–15:30 Streatham campus Psychology
Session 5 Wednesday 26th June 10:30–15:30 Streatham campus Psychology
Session 6 Wednesday 10th July 10:30–15:30 St Luke's campus Sport & Health Sciences

Activity Locations

All subject activity sessions will take place on either the University of Exeter Streatham campus or St Luke's campus (both located in Exeter): all Psychology sessions will take place on Streatham campus, and all Sport & Health Sciences sessions will take place on St Luke's campus. 

Meeting point: Streatham / St Luke's campus main reception

Subject Activity Strand Content

FULL SUBJECT ACTIVITY STRAND CONTENT TBC

 

This subject activity strand has contributions from the following degree programmes:

  •  BSc Psychology with Sport and Exercise Science

Entry Requirements

In order to be considered for this activity strand, you must be currently studying a science subject at A Level. 

Please note that if you wish to study Psychology with Sport & Health Sciences at Exeter, you will need to be studying a science subject at A Level.

(GCE A Level science includes: Biology / Human Biology; Chemistry; Computing; Design and Technology; Electronics; Environmental Studies; Geography; Geology; Maths / Pure Maths / Further Maths; Physical Education; Physics; Psychology; Science (applied); Statistics.)

Pass Criteria

A minimum of 5 out of the 6 subject activity sessions must be attended, in addition to the Exeter Scholars Student Conference.