Neuroscience And Psychology Society (SNAPS)



Interested in what explains your behaviour? Have a passion for mental health and professional networking? Then SNAPS is the society for you! SNAPS is short for the Students’ Neuroscience and Psychology Society, and we aim to address and cater to all the needs and desires for psychology students, neuroscience students, and anyone with a keen interest in mental health promotion.

Become a member and bring all your friends to the many events we hold throughout the year. SNAPS has a joint social and academic underpinning that guides our approach to events. Whether it is through careers seminars, networking opportunities, student workshops or guest philanthropic lectures, all our events are opportunities to meet new people, form connections, and learn something new along the way.

Most importantly however, we are one with our members and community. So if YOU want to see us hold an event or YOU want to see us get behind your favourite non-for-profit organisation, let us know, and we’ll do our best to please you – our members! So let’s SNAP in to action, and get psychoanalysing!

Aims & Objectives

The aims and objectives of the club shall be to:
(i) Provide an academic support base and guidance for students through study groups, workshops and study material.
(ii) Organise and foster social events in which members can meet, mingle, and form social networks.
(iii) Connect members to professional development opportunities via events such as careers seminars, industry networking and life-skills workshops.
(iv) Expose students to volunteering and career-promoting opportunities via our association with external philanthropic organisations and university affiliates.
(v) Enhance awareness of mental and public health issues via our affiliation with philanthropic organisations.

Annual Membership (MSA Card)


Annual Membership (Non MSA Card)



Rae Bridges