Psychology Courses – 2020

Applications for our mid-year (September 2020) intake in the Master of Clinical Psychology (Post Registration) program are open now and will close at 5pm on 19 July 2020.

Applications for our mid-year (July 2020) intake for advanced entry to the Master of Professional Psychology Practice internship program are open.

Note: No other courses or programs are offering late or mid-year entry this year. 

 

Applications for February 2021 intakes in all other postgraduate psychology programs will open on 3 August 2020 and close on 31 October 2020.

To keep up to date on when our 2021 applications will open, follow us on Facebook and Twitter or register your interest below.

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Counselling and Psychotherapy Courses – 2020

    Applications for our February 2020 Intakes are now closed.

    To be notified for future application intakes, please register your interest below.


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    By submitting your interest for future intakes and courses, you will be added to a mailing list and will be contacted prior to the opening of the next application round. 


    Single Subject Enrolment

    Single subjects are a flexible option that allows students to enrol in a selection of units from our postgraduate courses, as single subject short courses. All coursework units from our postgraduate course, excluding placement and research units, are available for single subject enrolment.

    Single Subject Expression Of Interest


    RTO Courses – 2020

    To submit an expression of interest for our VET Certificate IV course, please contact us on [email protected].


    Resources for Applicants

    Please refer to the FAQ page for any further information.

    References Required

    Applicants must provide references using the online HODSPA reference system. A guide on how to use the system is available here. All references must be completed and received through the HODSPA system no later than two weeks after the applications close date listed above.

    • The Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) requires two academic references and one professional reference.
    • Master of Professional Psychology Practice requires two academic references and one professional reference.
    • The Graduate Certificate of Counselling and Psychotherapy, the Graduate Diploma of Counselling and Psychotherapy, and the Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy all require two references; we prefer at least one academic reference. However, if you have been out of higher education for more than ten years then two professional references or voluntary references will be sufficient.

    Note: The Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) does not require references.