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Psychology for Education at Birkbeck: Virtual Open Evening

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Venue: Online

Are you interested in children's and young people's learning, their development, mental health and emotional well-being? In the application of psychology to education? Perhaps you work (or would like to work) with children and young people and would like to attain a relevant undergraduate degree that would prepare you for a wide range of careers? 

If your answer is yes, attend our information session to find out more about Birkbeck's undergraduate programmes in Psychology for Education. In this session, you will learn about Birkbeck's BA and Foundation Degree in Psychology for Education and get a taste of what it’s like to study on the programmes.  

 

THIS EVENT WILL INCLUDE:

  • An overview of the programmes and details of what you would study
  • The opportunity to meet existing students on the programme
  • A question-and-answer session with the Programme Director to help you decide the best next steps for you.

Graduates from these programmes have gone on to successful careers in a wide range of professions working with children and young people in a variety of settings. 

 

REGISTRATION

This event is free, you just need to register. Once you have booked your place, we will send you further information about how to join the online session.  If you have any queries or would like more details about the event, please contact us via psychologyforeducation@bbk.ac.uk

 

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This year we are running a series of summer taster lectures taking over 5 consecutive Mondays in June and July 2021.  We will be covering issues such as:

Resilience 

Attachment in the Classroom

Supporting Students with Anxiety

Empowering Students to Learn more Actively 

Emotion-based School Avoidance 

 

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR COURSES

BA Psychology for Education

Foundation Degree in Psychology for Education Professionals

 

Think Differently. Get a Place at Birkbeck.

Psychology at Birkbeck is ranked 5th in the UK, with a team of globally recognised academics particularly renowned for their research in neuroscience, cognition, development science – and the links between them.

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