The Master of Clinical Psychology is a professional qualification that enables you to meet the competency requirements for the clinical scope of practice under the Health Practitioners Competencies Assurance Act (2003). With the Master of Clinical Psychology you'll be able to practise independently.
Places on this programme are highly sought-after and there is a competitive entry process. Clinical psychology is an applied branch of psychology. It uses psychological techniques to help people solve a wide variety of mental, physical, behavioural and relationship problems.
This is a selected entry programme. Applications close 1 October of the preceding year. No late applications will be accepted.
Students must ensure that all documentation is supplied well in advance of the closing date.
NOTE: If you are applying close to the deadline you will need to ensure your referees are advised, as their report must be received by the above date.
In order to be considered for selection into this programme you must:
Please note: This programme has a limited number of places available. Meeting entry requirements does not guarantee acceptance into the programme.
More details about this programme are available in our Psychology Postgraduate Prospectus 2020 (783 KB) .
You will need to submit the documentation listed below: