University of St Andrews
Psychology: The study of Psychology answers questions such as: "how do we remember things?"; "what are the roles of inheritance and experience in determining mental abilities"; "how do nerves transmit information?"; "how do we perceive colour?"; "why does conflict occur between social groups?"; as well as questions about pathology, like "how does brain damage affect memory?". During the Summer School, you will explore various aspects of Psychology taught at The University of St Andrews. Through lectures and tutorials led by academic staff you will get a sense of what it would be like to study Psychology at degree level.
Mathematics and Statistics: Understanding patterns and structures, and developing the tools with which to analyse them, it the primary focus of all mathematics. Whether the patterns relate to physical or biological phenomena or to the structure of mathematics itself, the primary aim is to describe, categorise, and understand the processes involved. Studying Mathematics and Statistics at the Summer School will give students the opportunity to explore the various aspects of mathematics and statistics taught at The University of St Andrews. Through lectures and practical workshops led by academic staff you will get sense of what it would be like to study Mathematics and Statistics at degree level.
28 June 2020 - 03 July 2020
140 places across the St Andrews Summer School PROGRAMME PLACES
For Psychology: None
For Mathematics and Statistics: You should be studying Mathematics at Higher, A level or equivalent