Peer Mentoring Program

The School of Psychology Peer Mentoring Program has been running since the year 2000 with the aim of helping First Year students studying psychology make a successful transition to university. In this program, a small group of First Year students are mentored by Third Year students majoring in psychology.

Many of the skills that are addressed in this mentoring program are those that are required by all university students, and as appropriate, the content of the program is tailored to the needs of psychology students. Mentors cover topics like researching and investigating at a university-level, organisation and exam preparation, effective communication skills and careers within psychology. This program also provides a valuable opportunity for new students to get to know other students and begin building a social network.

Peer Mentoring Program Invitation 2019

Mentoring Additional Information

New students in Term 1, 2019 can now express their interest HERE for peer mentoring. The sign up form will close on Sunday the 10th of February. If you would like to sign up after this date, please email the Peer Mentoring Coordinators.

The contact email for this program is:

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Student Guide

The School of Psychology Student Guide for undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students is available now. The Guide contains important information on University and School policies and should be read by all Psychology students.

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