NEW: Graduate Diploma in Psychology

Posted 11 January 2019

Are you looking to retrain as a Psychologist? The School of Psychology at UNSW is the leading School in Australia for Psychology, across the ARWU, QS and THES rankings by subject, and is the leading G08 University in the recently released national Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT). The UNSW Graduate Diploma in Psychology provides students with a pathway to pursue a career in Psychology as a practising professional psychologist. The School of Psychology at UNSW is fully accredited for the delivery of professional and pre-professional degrees in Psychology, and the new Graduate Diploma is conditionally accredited* by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).

If you currently hold a bachelor degree (or higher) in any discipline, you can complete this qualification as the first step to further study to become a professional Psychologist, with areas of practice endorsement such as Clinical, Organisational, Forensic, or as a foundation for a career in research, or a diverse range of roles in industries such as management consultancy, human resources, marketing, mental health and many more.

Flexible and Personalised Learning: The UNSW Graduate Diploma in Psychology offers an accelerated pathway to obtain a fully accredited qualification, equivalent to a foundational Bachelor degree in Psychology, which students can complete in 1.7years.

This program is delivered 100% online, which gives you the flexibility to study when and where you choose. With a choice of six intakes per year, you have greater control over your learning pathway, providing you with a personalised and flexible learning experience. You will have a dedicated support team from enrolment to graduation, including direct access to your course instructors, using live chat and online forums.

For more information visit http://www.psy.unsw.edu.au/future-students/graduate-diploma-psychology, for all enquiries please email gdpsychology@unsw.edu.au.

* Under APAC regulations, accreditation must remain designated as conditional until the first students have graduated from the program.