Why become a Sports Psychologist?

"What I would say to someone interested in a career in Sport Psychology is: do it. It's a fantastic opportunity to really get involved in something you're passionate about; to make a difference in people's lives; to experience a lot of wonderful things and meet lots of fantastic people."

Head of the School of Rehabilitation, Sport and Psychology, Professor Stewart Cotterill, tells us more about what how you can make a difference to people’s lives as a Sports Psychologist: helping them to become more active, healthier and happier.

He explains the two strands of the BSc (Hons) Sport andExercise Psychology – sport and exercise – and how Psychologists work within both areas. He tells us more about the routes into Sport and Exercise Psychology and about his own experience: 

We are still accepting applications for our BSc (Hons) Sport andExercise Psychology course for October 2021. Feel free to get in touch with our friendly Admissions team to discuss your circumstances.

You can email them at admissions@aecc.ac.uk.

You can find out more about our BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Psychology here

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