If you are keen to study people’s behaviour, thoughts, and feelings, to help them overcome or control their problems, this is the right place for you to start.
Your day-to-day tasks will depend on your specialism. The areas of psychology you could work in include:
Psychologists work in a range of organisations within both the public and private sectors. These include clinical and health settings such as clinics and hospitals, a diverse collection of commercial and non-profit organisations, and forensic settings such as prisons and law courts.
You could work in the community, in a consultation room, at a client’s business, at a client’s home or in an office. Your working environment may be emotionally demanding.
Studying to be a psychologist is a lengthy but rewarding process. On average it takes seven years. You’ll need to complete:
The diagram below illustrates the currently available pathways to registration in Australia.
Entry requirements for psychology degrees vary from institution to institution. Although many good universities don’t require students with specific qualifications, you will need a strong academic record (especially in science and mathematics).
Consult your qualifications for entry to a psychology degree at one of the following Australia Top Universities with AUG!
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