ECP 2023 Scientific Programme out now

Brighton Pier in winter with blue skies and sea, starlings flying overhead and the sun setting leaving an orange glow.

Check out the scientific programme and social event We’ve now released the scientific programme for the European Congress of Psychology 2023, so you can begin to plan what sessions you want to see on your visit to Brighton. The full scientific programme, covering the pre-congress workshops and opening ceremony on Monday 3 July through to… Continue reading ECP 2023 Scientific Programme out now

Join our choir session at ECP 2023

Musical rehearsals before the concert during the Christmas period. Life of musicians and classic holy music.

Division of Occupational Psychology Social Event The BPS’s Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) has organised an a cappella choir session as part of its nested event, with all delegates invited to get involved. Led by choral director Paul Ayres, the session will last for 30 minutes and is open to everyone, no matter what your… Continue reading Join our choir session at ECP 2023

BPS Member Network Events

All welcome at member network nested events at ECP23 As part of the scientific programme for the congress, some of the BPS’s member networks are hosting special events themed around their area of psychology. These nested events will showcase the work of six BPS networks: The Division of Clinical Psychology The Division of Educational and… Continue reading BPS Member Network Events

Experience the wonder of Van Gogh Alive

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Experience Art The ground-breaking, multi-sensory experience Van Gogh Alive has extended its stay in Brighton until 3 September, meaning that visitors to the European Congress of Psychology 2023 can take the opportunity to visit.   Van Gogh Alive has received more than 8.5 million visitors in over 80 cities worldwide during its tour,and sees 3,000… Continue reading Experience the wonder of Van Gogh Alive

New keynote speakers

Two new keynote speakers added for ECP 2023 We are delighted to announce that Serdar M. Değirmencioğlu and Tiago Pereira have been added to the list of keynote speakers for July’s congress. Serdar M. Değirmencioğlu is a developmental and community psychologist who has produced groundbreaking work on neglected social issues around the world, such as… Continue reading New keynote speakers

Flying to Brighton

Coming from overseas? With it’s location on the south coast of England, the easiest airport for travelling to Brighton is London Gatwick.  Gatwick is south of London, on the way to Brighton from the capital, and just a 40 minute drive away.  Those who are arriving at Gatwick will find a frequent and convenient train… Continue reading Flying to Brighton


Brighton sightseeing Delegates at the European Congress of Psychology 2023 will be able to save while enjoying the best views that Brighton has to offer.  The Brighton i360 offers panoramic views from 138 metres above the seafront, out into the English Channel and back towards the rolling Sussex countryside.  Delegates at ECP 2023 will be… Continue reading i360

Delve into Brighton’s sporting prowess

Brighton Sightseeing Football Playing in the third tier of English football as recently as 2011, Brighton and Hove Albion’s meteoric rise has put Brighton firmly back on the map as one of England’s top sporting cities. This season has seen the Seagulls reach the FA cup semi-final and compete for qualification for European competition, playing… Continue reading Delve into Brighton’s sporting prowess

Explore the Royal Pavilion

Sightseeing in Brighton You can take a break from sessions at the European Congress of Psychology 2023 to visit Brighton’s famous Royal Pavilion, with a 20% discount available for delegates. The Royal Pavilion was originally built as a seaside pleasure for King George IV, around the time that Brighton was becoming an established destination for… Continue reading Explore the Royal Pavilion

Flip your perspective

Brighton’s Upside Down House Set on the Brighton promenade just a short walk from the Congress venuw, the Upside Down House might just flip your perspective. The house has an open plan layout to let you explore the illusion and walk on the ceiling, and is a mixture of street art and experimental entertainment. The… Continue reading Flip your perspective