Unique opportunities to study alongside undergraduate students at Strathclyde
Following a very successful pilot in 2017/18, in association with the School of Psychological Sciences and Health, we are delighted to offer the unique opportunity again this year to join undergraduate students in their first year psychology lectures. This fascinating course will look at conditions of human behaviour – how we learn, remember, co-ordinate our actions and interact with others – and the reasons for differences between individuals, such as personality or intelligence.
Through bi-weekly lectures, this course offers students a real flavour of what studying 1st year Psychology is like as an undergraduate student. However, there are no exams – just assessments to help support your learning and explore the subject further.
What entry qualifications do you need?
There are no formal entry qualifications for the course and no prior knowledge of psychology is required. Open to all adults with an interest in psychology.
When do classes run?
Classes are held twice a week on a Monday and a Friday from 2-3pm.
- Semester 1 commences on Monday 17th September 2018 and runs for 11 weeks
- Semester 2 commences on Monday 14th January 2019 and runs for 11 weeks
An induction session for the course will take place on Monday 10th September 2018 from 2 – 4pm.
How much is the course?
The fee is £399. If you are eligible, the SAAS Part-Time Fee Grant will fund £321 of this fee. Find out more.
Booking for this course is now open. Visit our online catalogue to register.
CLL also collaborate with The Department of Physics to allow students the unique chance to attend a selection of Physics elective classes. These classes provide an insight in to entry level study of Physics and will appeal to anyone with an interest in science and finding out more about how physics plays a part in everyday life. No scientific background or experience is required.
Elective classes available this year include:
Booking for these classes opens on Monday the 13th August for Learning in Later Life Students' Association (3Ls) members. General booking opens at 9.00am on Friday 17th August.
More opportunities to come in 2018/19
The Centre for Lifelong Learning is collaborating with more departments within the University to offer even more opportunities to study alongside Undergraduates in a range of subjects including English Literature, Social Policy and Politics. Look out for further information to follow in early 2019…..