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The University of Western Australia (M355), 35 Stirling Highway, Perth, Western Australia 6009
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The Annual Fee is an estimate only based on a standard annual study load of 48 points.
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If you’re interested in furthering your career by studying this postgraduate degree, find out the admission details below.
(a)(i) a bachelor's degree in speech pathology, occupational therapy, medicine, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA; or
(ii) an accredited bachelor's honours degree in psychology, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA;
(b) registration with the professional body of your specialisation, as recognised by UWA;
(c) evidence of having at least three months of full-time equivalent experience working directly with children or adolescents, as recognised by UWA;
(d) a satisfactory personal statement, as recognised by UWA;
(e) a curriculum vitae summarising relevant occupational and practical experience, as recognised by UWA.
(2) Applicants without a satisfactory personal statement, curriculum vitae or registration may be invited to attend an interview to determine suitability for admission.
Ranking and Selection Process
(a) personal statement, curriculum vitae, and interview (if undertaken);
(b) the intake quota for the year
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This course is subsidised for Australian residents through Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP). Visit our fee calculator for CSP rates and an estimate on your course fees.
About the course
- Perth (Crawley campus)
- Semester 1
- Please refer to the UWA handbook.
- This course is not available to international student visa holders
Postgraduate coursework degrees and combined (coursework and research) degrees comprise a number of units. Refer to the course structure for more information.
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Am I eligible to apply?To be eligible to apply, you need to:
- a bachelor’s degree in speech pathology, occupational therapy, medicine or an equivalent qualification as recognised by UWA
- an accredited bachelor’s honours degree in psychology, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA
- eligibility for registration as a provisional or full psychologist with AHPRA, and
- evidence of having at least three months or full-time equivalent experience working directly with children or adolescents, as recognised by UWA.
Why study with us?
Psychology can take you anywhere and everywhere. Psychology is relevant to almost any human endeavour, meaning a psychology degree, or some complementary psychology studies, are relevant not only for traditional psychology careers, but for a wide range of careers.
We understand that life is busy. That's why our postgraduate courses are designed so you can balance your work and studies. Our flexible postgraduate experience includes the opportunity to study part time, a range of units that are taught after hours, and the option to learn via intensive units. Ask our Student Central team for advice on choosing the right postgraduate route for you. Find out more here.