Peer Mentoring Program

The School of Psychology Peer Mentoring Program was established in 2000 with the aim of helping incoming first year students studying psychology make a successful transition into university. In this program, a small group of first year students will be mentored by third year students majoring in psychology. 

The content of this program is tailored to the needs of psychology students. Mentors cover topics such as: 

  • Organisation and exam preparation;
  • Social opportunities on campus;
  • Research at a university-level; and
  • Professional communication skills and careers within psychology. 

This program also provides a valuable opportunity for new students to get to know their peers and begin building their social network. 

If you are entering your 1st year in 2022 and would like to be a peer mentee, click here for additional information, or sign up here

The contact email for this program is:

Student Guide

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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