APPLICATION FORMS

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE - THURSDAY 20 OCTOBER 5PM

APPLICATION FORMS

Master of Clinical Psychology (MCP)
Master of Clinical Psychology and Doctor of Philosophy (MCP/PhD)
Complete ONE online application form for EITHER MCP OR MCP/PhD (not both)
* If you intend to be considered for the MCP, if not offered a place for the MCP/PhD double degree, you will be required to tick both the MCP and MCP/PhD boxes on the supplementary form
* All qualifications obtained from a non-Australian Higher Education Provider must include assessment by the Australian Psychological Society (APS). The APS Assessment may take up to 6-8 weeks and must be completed before the closing date.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
* If you intend to enrol in the PhD, if not offered a place for the MCP/PhD double degree, you will be required to submit an additional Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) application.
* If you intend to enrol in the PhD, if not offered a place for the MCP/PhD double degree, you may submit a scholarship application by the APA UPA scholarship deadline

MCP MCPPhD Supplementary form
Upload Supplementary form to online application
MCP MCP/PhD Referee Report Forms
Nominate two referees on the online referee report form
Referee report forms will be emailed directly to your referee for completion
MCP: two academic (or one academic and one work experience)
MCPPhD: two academic

Supporting documentation
* All documents must be received by the deadline or the application will be considered incomplete and will not be evaluated nor proceed to interview.

DOMESTIC STUDENTS

  • a citizen of Australia or New Zealand
  • a dual citizen of Australia and any other country, or
  • a permanent resident of Australia. If you have an offer of permanent residency, but have not yet taken that offer up, then you should apply as an International Student. You are not considered a Domestic Student until you have a permanent residency stamp in your passport.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

  • a citizen of any country except Australia or New Zealand
  • a temporary resident of Australia (including student, refugee or diplomat)
  • a permanent resident of New Zealand, or
  • a dependent of any of the above

    On-shore is a student who is currently enrolled at an Australian University, Off-shore is a student overseas.