UCL Masterclass: Psychology
Event information: Masterclasses are online, subject-specific hour-long sessions for students in Year 12 to get an opportunity to have a taste of university. The masterclasses are designed to introduce you to subjects that can be studied at university. The hour-long sessions will feature a lecture on a specific topic from UCL academics or students. This year, Masterclasses will be hosted online.
The sessions are interactive and we encourage you to engage with the presenters, there is an opportunity at the end to ask questions about the topic presented.
Topic: What does it mean to be mentally healthy, resilient, and stress-free?
Stress is something we all experience throughout our lives. When we do nothing to reduce stress and over a prolonged period of time, this increases our risk for mental health problems. Using Psychology, the scientific study of the mind and behaviour, you will learn about the relationship between stress and youth mental health. In our university-lecture style Masterclass, we will explore various ways to help you tolerate, or even master, stress-inducing situations. By the end, you will get a taste of how different branches of psychology – developmental, social, and biological – can inform each other to explain the relationship between stress and mental health.
This event is suitable for: Year 12
How to book a place: Please apply for a place on this event via the following page of the UCL website:
Please email email@example.com to let us know that you have applied, including the full name and date of the event. This way we can ensure that your application is prioritised.
Recording your attendance on the RO student hub: After the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm that you attended, including your full name and the full name and date of the event.