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Hi can anyone let me know there opinion on psychology degree or a sports science degree. I’m in year 13 about to apply but I’m not sure what to do. To those that would suggest doing sports psychology I’m not the biggest fan of this. While I enjoy it I prefer the anatomy and physiology parts of PE and different parts of psychology. I get A/A* in both so I can’t really decide based on how good I am at them either. Any reviews of the courses?
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Hi can anyone let me know there opinion on psychology degree or a sports science degree. I’m in year 13 about to apply but I’m not sure what to do. To those that would suggest doing sports psychology I’m not the biggest fan of this. While I enjoy it I prefer the anatomy and physiology parts of PE and different parts of psychology. I get A/A* in both so I can’t really decide based on how good I am at them either. Any reviews of the courses?
Hi User29263802

I would suggest looking at courses at various institutions, they should have descriptions of sample modules, and plans of the sort of thing you will study over three years. You need to become expert in the two fields, then you will be able to decide what is best for you.

To get you started, have a look at Hull https://www.hull.ac.uk/study/undergr...ience-bsc-hons and https://www.hull.ac.uk/study/undergr...ology-bsc-hons . You may want to do a placement or study abroad, so bear these options in mind as some places may offer them.

Good luck

Chris
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Hi User29263802

I would suggest looking at courses at various institutions, they should have descriptions of sample modules, and plans of the sort of thing you will study over three years. You need to become expert in the two fields, then you will be able to decide what is best for you.

To get you started, have a look at Hull https://www.hull.ac.uk/study/undergr...ience-bsc-hons and https://www.hull.ac.uk/study/undergr...ology-bsc-hons . You may want to do a placement or study abroad, so bear these options in mind as some places may offer them.

Good luck

Chris
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Useful careers info : https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...ercise-science

Alternatively, look at doing a Psychology courses at a big BUCS 'sport' Uni :
Bath https://www.bath.ac.uk/courses/under...course-entries
Loughborough https://www.lboro.ac.uk/study/underg...-z/psychology/
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