Applicants should hold or be working toward a 2:1 or higher undergraduate degree in Psychology, Sport Psychology, Sport Science, or a related field.
The course is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) as a recognised stage 1 qualification for those wishing to pursue a career as a Sport and Exercise Psychologist, whilst also fulfilling the requirements for graduates wishing to pursue professional training through the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES).
Months of entry
The Applied Sport Psychology Master's degree at St Mary's University has been accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS). It is designed to enable students to attain professional recognition beyond the programme and to help those wishing to develop a career in sport psychology or aiming to enhance their understanding of the field.
The programme has a discipline-focussed curriculum, looking closely at developing knowledge and applied skills that are critical to practitioners.
Motor skills are an integral element of the programme, allowing students to enhance their ability to work closely with both performers and coaches.
Over the previous 20 years there has been a gradual acceptance and involvement in psychology within sport at all levels. The application of psychology with sports performers and coaches has been rapid and continues to develop. Recognising this, the professional bodies of both sport science and psychology (the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences and the British Psychology Society) have developed professional routes to recognition within the field.
Our focus on sport and elite sporting performance makes the University an ideal environment for students. The School of Sport, Health and Applied Science has five specialised laboratories, in addition to a £8 million sports centre.
Information for international students
Fees and funding
For information about fees - along with information about financing your studies - please check the Fees & Funding section of our website.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Stacey Winter
- 020 8240 4098