Performance Psychology (MSc/PgDip)
Examine how psychology can contribute to maintaining and enhancing high-level performance.
Drawing extensively from research and practice in sport psychology this programme examines how psychology can contribute to maintaining and enhancing high-level performance across a variety of domains such as sport, military, emergency services, forensics, medicine, business and performing arts.
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The Performance Psychology programme can be studied full time or part time. To earn a Master's degree, you will study a number of courses and complete a dissertation.
Our MSc Performance Psychology community of students come from all over the world. Read what some of our graduates have said about this programme.
This programme is ideally suited for those interested in working in sport psychology and in other related areas such as occupational/business psychology, executive coaching, team building, outdoor management and adventurous training.
Fees and funding
Find details of tuition fees and opportunities for scholarships and financial support for our Performance Psychology programme.
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