Prerequisites: Honours I or IIA degree in psychology or equivalent 4-year APAC-accredited program from a recognised tertiary institution. Students with non-Australian degrees must have their qualifications assessed by the APS. Additional application requirements: Applicants must submit a certified copy of their transcript and/or degree certificate and must nominate three referees and include the Psychology Additional Information form with their application. Shortlisted candidates are required to undertake an interview. There is a quota of 25 students in the program. Offers will be made to applicants on the basis of highest academic rank, referees reports and interview. All successful applicants are required to apply for and gain provisional registration or if applicable, full registration, with the The Psychology Board of Australia, which includes the Board's English Language Proficiency requirements. Students must have registration prior to commencing their study and this must be maintained for the duration of the program. This program may have inherent requirements that need to be met prior to undertaking placement. Visa requirements: CRICOS Code: 026000G International students must undertake this program on campus at UQ on a full time basis to be eligible to apply for an Australian student visa. Please contact UQ International. English Proficiency: IELTS overall 7; reading 7; writing 7; speaking 7; listening 7. For other English Language Proficiency Tests and Scores approved for UQ. How to apply: Applications must be lodged through UQ International. Closing Date: To commence study in semester 1 - August 31 of the previous year. Please check your country's category with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Months of entry
Clinical psychologists promote optimal levels of psychological functioning to decrease levels of psychological distress. They have expertise in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of a broad range of emotional and behavioural problems including anxiety, depression, stress, substance addiction and abuse, adjustment to physical illness, relationship difficulties and learning disabilities. This program provides knowledge and professional skills in the area of clinical psychology through a combination of coursework, supervised practice, and research. Students gain a foundation in the scientific bases and practice of clinical psychology. The training in clinical practice employs evidence-based best practice models in health and mental health settings.
Information for international students
http://www.uq.edu.au/international-students/english-language-requirements http://www.uq.edu.au/international-students/student-visas http://www.uq.edu.au/international-students/application-instructions http://www.uq.edu.au/international-students/svp http://www.immi.gov.au/Study/Pages/student-visa-assessment-levels.aspx
Fees and funding
Indicative annual fees are calculated on the basis of two full-time semesters only. Actual annual fees may vary in accordance with your choices of majors and electives and whether you study in Summer Semester. Tuition fees are indexed each year. The indexation rate is fixed 18 months in advance of a particular academic year thereby allowing you to plan your finances ahead of time. The University's intent is that fee rate increases will be kept to a minimum and that indexation rates will remain stable wherever possible. Since 2007 the indexation rate has remained at or less than 4%.
To calculate the fees for any program, you will first need to choose the courses you wish to complete. To see all courses available please refer to the course list.
- Psychology Board of Australia Registration (approx total for 2 years $1000)
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- UQ International
- +61 3 8676 7004