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Course summary

Our MSc Clinical Sport Psychology incorporates specialised teaching from practicing clinical and sport psychologists, and provides a curriculum that is at the cutting edge of research and practice. You will be part of a friendly and supportive community, in which you will learn from and work alongside research-active, and practice-oriented academics. The course will develop your knowledge and skills in clinical sport psychology while research training will equip you to enter a variety of research roles. The practice landscape of sport psychology in the UK is changing with a greater emphasis on athlete well-being and duty of care, alongside enhancing performance.


Entry requirements

A BPS accredited undergraduate honours degree (normally a high 2:2 or above) in psychology or other relevant subject (e.g., sport and exercise sciences, education) OR Professional qualification relevant to clinical or sport psychology and/or minimum 3 years relevant experience in clinical or sport settings.


Fees and funding

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Clinical Sport Psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University - UCAS