Psychology Summer School
Psychology summer school
The University of East London is very excited to announce our Psychology Your Future Summer School Challenge 2021. You will be challenged to work to an industry led brief with workshops and panels from our expert academics, outreach team and industry professionals.
Register your place online.
The Your Future Summer School Challenge 2021 is open to students aged 16-19 who are in Year 12/FE1/Level 3 and are considering applying to university in the 2021/22 academic year.
The Big Think: Discover Psychology Today
Challenge your critical thinking to discover what makes us who we are and how we behave. This year we will focus on psychological wellbeing, what is it, how can we improve it? We will explore these questions from various methodological perspectives in Psychology, working to a brief including exciting new insights from Cyberpsychology, Environmental Psychology and Positive Education. You will gain research experience first-hand and discover more about your future in Psychology today. The Psychology Summer School will combine masterclasses with leading researchers at UEL, interactive sessions and offline activities giving you the experience of working together on Psychological concepts.
The UEL Your Future Summer Challenge 2021 is an amazing opportunity for you to:
- Gain more knowledge about your chosen field and the career opportunities it opens up
- Develop invaluable transferable skills, which are important for succeeding in higher education and beyond
- Respond to an industry brief, getting hands on experience of their subject - a perfect addition to any personal statement!
- Access dedicated career planning workshops with careers coaches and industry professionals
- Have any questions about university and careers answered by the experts!
The summer schools are open to students who are both in Year 12/FE1 and are 16-19 years old.
Everyone is welcome at the University of East London. At our summer school we try to give priority to students:
- with little or no family history of going to university
- who come from other groups that are underrepresented in higher education