The School of Psychology offers the following degrees to International students.
Bachelor of Psychological Sciences (3-year)
This three year program is designed for students who are seeking to undertake a comprehensive program of study in psychology and related areas of learning. This can lead to further post graduate study and registration as a psychologist. Learn more about the Bachelor of Psychological Science
Bachelor of Psychological Science (1-year) graduate entry stream
A graduate entry pathway into the Bachelor of Psychological Science is available for applicants who have a completed an undergraduate degree that does not include psychology or does not include psychology beyond Level I. Learn more about the Bachelor of Psychological Science
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
On completion of the BPsychSc students are eligible to apply for an Honours year in psychology at The University of Adelaide. Learn more about the Bachelor of Psychological Science
English Requirement | For Undergraduate Bachelor of Psychological Science degrees all applicants must achieve an IELTS (academic) overall score of 6.5 with a minimum score of 6 in each component
Postgraduate Coursework Degrees
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
The Master of Psychology (Clinical) degree is the standard preparation program providing professional training and practise in clinical psychology. It consists of three major components: specialised coursework in a series of topics relevant to clinical practice, research thesis and three long field placements aimed at developing professional competence under the guidance of highly experienced supervisors.
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Master of Psychology (Organisational & Human Factors)
The Master of Psychology (Organisational and Human Factors) degree involves two years of full-time or four years of half-time study. The key objective is to provide thorough theoretical and practical skills in core areas to meet formal requirements for entry to the profession (as determined by the Australian Psychological Society and its College of Organisational Psychologists).
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Master of Psychology (Health)
This degree will provide a professional qualification for those who wish to work as psychologists within the applied health field. In particular, the aim is to produce health psychologists who can apply psychological research and methods to the prevention and management of disease and illness; the promotion and maintenance of health; the identification of psychological factors contributing to illness; and the improvement of the health care system and health policy.
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English Requirement | For Postgraduate Coursework degrees all applicants must achieve an IELTS (academic) minimum score of 7 in each component
Postgraduate Research Degrees
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
The Doctor of Philosophy is the University's flagship research award and is the standard pre-requisite for a career in research or academia. The PhD involves three – four years of research for a full-time candidate or the equivalent in half-time candidature.
As one of the most highly research-intensive and respected universities in Australia and a member of the prestigious Group of Eight, The University of Adelaide is the smart choice for your research degree. The University is committed to providing unique opportunities for graduates and researchers who are recognised as worldwide leaders for their vision and capacity to address global research challenges.
Contact and ApplyPlease contact the International Office for further details and to apply
Please note: Applications for ALL degrees must be submitted to the University of Adelaide International Office in the first instance. Applications will be then forwarded to the School of Psychology for consideration.
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