This is a joint honours degree, which allows you to study 50% of your course in Psychology and 50% in Sport.
Psychology at BGU will help you answer any questions about life and who we are, such as: ‘Why do we behave the way we do?’, ‘How do gangs, teams and friendship groups form?’, and ‘Will smiling make me feel more positive?’. As well as classic psychological theories and research, you’ll be debating social issues, studying mental processes, and exploring current issues and topics. For full information about Psychology at BGU, click here.
Throughout our Sport course you will learn about the development of sport, how performance can be enhanced and how sport is managed and led. The areas you study will be dynamic, with contemporary themes that develop from year to year. As part of this, you’ll explore the effects of exercise on the body, looking at a range of physical activities in different social groups – from high level sport performers to young children. This course also contains a high level of real hands-on experience, where you will learn how to use your skills to inspire others to be more active and to excel at sport and exercise. For full information about Sport at BGU, click here.
This joint honours degree is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) as conferring eligibility for Graduate Membership of the Society with the Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership, provided the minimum standard of qualification of Second-Class Honours is achieved and the empirical psychology project is passed. This is the first step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist and/or Practicing Psychologist.
UCAS have introduced a new tariff for 2017 entry. The grades required to meet our entry requirements are equivalent to 2016 entry.
|You will typically require a minimum of 112 UCAS tariff points (from a maximum of four advanced level qualifications) including typically at least two A levels (or equivalents), plus evidence of a scientific or numerate A level subject at grade C or above. Example scientific or numerate subjects include:
Chemistry, Biology, Human Biology, Physics, Maths, Psychology, Sport, Geography, Business Studies, ICT, or a Health related subject.
We will consider equivalent subject-related experience and value a strong motivation to study Psychology.
However were are able to consider a range of qualifications such as:
This list is not exhaustive, please click here for the qualifications we consider in the new UCAS Tariff.
You will also need GCSEs in English Language and Mathematics at Grade C or above (or equivalent).
In addition, all students will need to pay £44 for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). A successful Enhanced Disclosure is required before commencing the course.
If you are unsure if your qualifications are suitable, please contact our Admissions team for advice on +44 (0) 1522 583658 or email email@example.com and we will be happy to talk to you about your individual circumstances. We also encourage applications from mature students and recognise that your experience or qualifications are likely to be different. Again, please contact Admissions if you require any further information.
BGU is committed to widening access and participation and we adhere to a strict policy of non-discrimination
Accreditation for Prior Learning
If you’ve recently completed or studied a particular module as part of a previous qualification, this may mean that you’re not required to undertake a particular module of your BGU course. However this must be agreed in writing and you must apply for this.
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Award: BA (Hons)
Duration: 3 years full time
Start Date: September
Typical Offer: 112 UCAS tariff points
Institution Code: CC86
UCAS Code: LC83