Minimum entrance requirements
Admission to the program requires four years of APAC approved study in psychology with a minimum of distinction average. These qualifications must have been completed within the last 10 years. Applicants with international qualifications will need to have their qualifications assessed by the APS - Australian Psychological Society. For further information please visit the APS website. Selection will be based on academic merit and personal suitability. Intending applicants should ensure they possess such qualifications. Confidential referee reports are required. The closing date for applications is usually end October and selection for short-listed applicants will include an interview, usually held in late November or early December.
Applicants should also meet the faculty's English Language Requirements.
Applicants for the Master of Psychology and Master of Psychology/PhD programs must obtain and maintain provisional registration with the Psychology Board of Australia's (PBA) before commencing their study.
The PBA requires that applicants, whether domestic or international who completed any of their secondary or tertiary studies in a medium other than English must supply an IELTS test result and meet their English language requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist before commencing the program. For further information please visit: www.psychologyboard.gov.au.
All applicants must submit a Master of Psychology Supplementary Information Form and a Master of Psychology Professional Referee Report Form. For further information please visit the How to apply for a Psychology degree webpage.
University entrance requirements
Minimum entrance requirements for admission to Monash University Australia.
Semester one (March)
Semester two (July)
This course is not available for Second Semester (July) entry.