Hands on and practical, with a model of learning that reflects the needs and challenges of our changing society, the UTS Master of Clinical Psychology is a high-quality, well-respected training course. You’ll graduate with the skills, experience and confidence to nurture your career. Here are five key reasons to choose Clinical Psychology at UTS:
Prepare for the real thing through a minimum of 1,000 hours of on-campus and external clinical placements. On-campus at the UTS Psychology Clinic and off-site in hospital, specialist and private practices.
Clinical supervision from expert staff
You’ll learn from the best. Our passionate, qualified and current clinical psychology practitioners will guide you every step of the way. Our academics are experts in their specialisations, both as clinicians and as researchers carrying out clinically-relevant, high-quality research. The UTS psychology team operate within a collegiate and collaborative environment that ensures you are seen as a ‘colleague in training’.
Become a practitioner and a leader in mental health
We equip graduates to not only handle the most complex of clinical cases, but provide the foundations for them to become leaders in clinical, policy and research settings. You will be exposed to the latest research and evidence, which you will be able to understand, apply and evaluate, long after you graduate.
Exceptional facilities in a world class city
Your learning will take place in purpose-built facilities that combine digital and face-to-face mediums. You will also be exposed to interprofessional learning activities which will further equip you for real-world practice. What’s more, you’ll train in the heart of one of the most liveable cities in the world.
Graduate eligible for professional registration
Our Master of Clinical Psychology enables you to register as a psychologist in Australia. You will also be eligible for endorsement as a clinical psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia and for full membership of the College of Clinical Psychologists of the Australian Psychological Society.