2 August 2023
The Human Mind
This course aims to introduce you to psychology and the scientific exploration of the human mind and behaviour. We will explore important questions relating to how we interact with the world around us and why we behave the way we do.
We will introduce you to this incredibly diverse, rich and fascinating area through a series of interactive sessions and workshops. Specifically, you will learn how the brain works, how our minds develop, and how we socially engage with others.
This course is offered by the Department of Psychology, one of the world’s top psychology departments, excelling in both teaching and research.
You need to have at least an upper-intermediate level of English (ca. IELTS 5).
Our international Undergraduate Summer School is open to all students currently undertaking an undergraduate (Bachelors) degree.
You must have had your 18th birthday before your programme starts.
We welcome students from all nationalities and backgrounds; however, as we aim to have an international student body on this programme, we can only accept a limited number of participants from any one country.
In this module, we aim to enhance your understanding of the human mind through three complementary dimensions of psychology:
the human brain - the neural systems that underpin who we are
human development - how we mature and grow as individuals
human social behaviour - how we interact with others.
We aim to provide credits for this course; however, this is pending University approval.
You will receive a certificate from the University of York stating the hours of study and the result of the assessments.
GBP 1450: Programme fee
GBP 550: Accommodation fee including breakfast