Recognised as one of the finest psychology schools in the world, the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences attracts some of the best students nationally and internationally to its broad range of programs.
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Our degrees, taught by our world-renowned academics, are the perfect way to begin in the field of psychological sciences.
The Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences is committed to creating pathways for Indigenous Australians to succeed in the field of psychological sciences and, in particular, to increase the number of Indigenous Australians who receive training as professional psychologists.
Scholarships, Bursaries and Prizes
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences offer an extensive range of scholarships and bursaries to undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students.
Current Student Resources
Resources for each program, such as administrative and research procedures, important forms, assessment information and student support.
Discover the Psychology major at the University of Melbourne
Study pathways at Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Psychology can be studied as either an accredited sequence, an unaccredited sequence or as individual subjects of study. By offering multiple options you have the flexibility to tailor your study to your academic interests.
What next after undergraduate psychology?
Ready to take your passion for psychology to the next level? Explore the exciting world of psychology studies and pave the way to a fulfilling career in the field.
In this webinar recording, you'll hear from academic convenors and current students about training at the University of Melbourne.
Careers in Psychology
There are career opportunities for psychology graduates in a variety of contexts including health, community agency, private practice, research, or in one of many industries that build upon psychology studies.
Accreditation and Profession
All courses offered by the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences have been conditionally accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council which is the approved accrediting authority responsible for accrediting education providers and programs of study for the psychology profession by the Psychology Board of Australia.
There are a number of societies in the School run either by students or research groups, set up with the aim to provide a support network for particular groups of students.