The minimum entrance requirement is completion of an accredited four-year, or three-year plus a fourth year, APAC-accredited sequence in psychology, including a major research thesis, completed within the last 10 years with Honours Class 1 (85%), or Upper Second Class Honours (75%) or their equivalents.Psychology qualifications from overseas must include a major research thesis/project and must be assessed by the Australian Psychological Society (APS) as comparable to a four-year APAC-accredited sequence of study in psychology completed in Australia.As the number of places available each year is limited, entry into the program is competitive. Selection is based on academic qualifications, two referee reports, and performance at an Assessment Centre. Only shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend the Assessment Centre, and the Assessment Centre must be attended in person.
Applicants should refer to the School of Psychology's How to Apply page for more detail about the application procedure and requirements.Registration as a Provisional PsychologistEnrolled students must register as provisional psychologists prior to program commencement. Registration must be maintained for the duration of their enrolment.Applicants should familiarise themselves with the relevant Registration Standards for the psychology profession. The requirements of these standards must be met before an application for registration as a provisional psychologist can be approved.All applicants, domestic and international, are encouraged to use AHPRA's Pathways diagram for all professions (under 'Additional resources') to guide their understanding of the Registration Standard: English Language Skills.