A 2.1 or first class degree in Psychology or an equivalent acceptable to the British Psychological Society as the graduate basis for registration. Those with a 2.2 may also apply IF they have also achieved a postgraduate qualification (eg diploma/ masters) relevant to clinical psychology. Further details can be found on the Queen's University website at http://www.qub.ac.uk
Months of entry
The aim of the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology is to prepare students for professional employment as clinical psychologists in the personal health and social services and for research and teaching in clinical psychology.
Information for international students
As successful applicants will be salaried during their time of study by the Department of Health and Social Services, European Union (EU) employment restrictions apply. Places cannot be offered to non-EU nationals.
Fees and funding
Currently 13 placed are funded by DHSSPS on band 6 Agenda for Change trainee clinical psychologist pay-scales. Occasionally additional secondments are accepted from other agencies.
Qualification and course duration
DClinPsy by taught
Course contact details
- Dr Chris McCusker, DClinPsych
- +44 (0)28 9097 4353