Resources for students including administrative procedures, important forms and student support
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- Orientation and class schedule
Master Projects for 2019
Please note that this file was updated at 11:30 am 14/02/2019
Redmond Barry Building Access
Postgraduate students are eligible to access the following spaces:
- Graduate Resources Room (10th floor)
- Staff & Postgraduate tearoom (12th floor)
- After hours building & corridor access (including weekends)
A valid Student ID card is required to access these spaces. Once you have obtained an active Student ID card you must submit an Access Request form so that your card can be updated.
After-Hours Building Access
The after-hours access request form can be downloaded here.
Deferrals are not granted automatically, but may be available on a discretionary basis to incoming international students in exceptional and unforeseen circumstances. In such cases, deferral will be granted for one year only. Once the deferral has lapsed, a new application will be required.
The Master Psychology programs are designed to be offered on a full-time basis. The option of a Part-time enrolment may be available to students with exceptional circumstances (i.e. health or family issues). The decision to allow a student to alter their enrolment from a full-time to a part-time position will be at the discretion of Psychological Sciences on a case-by-case basis.
Leave of Absence
Leave of absence requests will only be considered if unusually extenuating circumstances are involved. In particular, requests for leave on the basis of lack of time by virtue of work commitments will not normally be granted. Instead, students will be advised to withdraw and apply to re-enrol when they are ready to resume their studies.
Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology)
The Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) aims to provide a grounding in the theoretical, conceptual and empirical foundations of psychology and the various areas of professional practice, supervised practical experience and research training. The complete program structure including subject descriptions can be viewed on the Faculty of Dentistry and Health Sciences (MDHS) website.
Master of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology)
The Master of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) program aims to provide students with the advanced skills and knowledge in neuropsychological diagnosis, treatment and clinical management of patients with disorders at the mind-brain interface. The complete program structure including subject descriptions can be viewed on the Faculty of Dentistry and Health Sciences (MDHS) website.
As part of your course, you will be required to undertake study in a clinical environment. In order to undertake these placements, you must meet certain conditions as set out by the University of Melbourne and its clinical partners. These conditions have been determined under the guidance of the Victorian Government’s Department of Health and Human Services’ guidelines. Failure to meet these conditions may result in you being unable to undertake placement and therefore unable to complete your course.
Information regarding these conditions, including instructions for meeting them, can be found via the Faculty’s Student Placement Compliance website: http://mdhs.unimelb.edu.au/study/student-placements
For further information please contact the Health Hub by email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Health Hub is located on Level 1 of the Brownless Biomedical Library.
Provisional Registration (AHPRA)
All students in the Master of Psychology or the Master in Psychology/PhD must register as a provisional psychologist as soon as their enrolment is complete and before their first placement. Registration must be maintained for the duration of the course. Failure to register will result in completed placements being unrecognised.
Application information can be found at www.psychologyboard.gov.au
Students undertaking either the Master of Psychology or Master of Psychology/PhD are eligible to apply for full registration as psychologists on the successful completion of their course.
All current forms can be found at the following link:
University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) represents the interests of all postgraduate students at the University. GSA aims to enhance the quality of postgraduate students’ academic experience and foster the growth of a community of enquiring scholars. GSA does this through representation on University committees, independent advocacy on behalf of students, publications, education advice and support including orientation activities, interdisciplinary seminars and meetings, a postgraduate journal, and social and cultural activities. See: www.gsa.unimelb.edu.au/
Health and Safety
Promotes personal safety and theft prevention. Security Escort service from campus buildings to the nearest local public transport point. See: http://safety.unimelb.edu.au/
Stop 1 is the home of student services online, on the phone and in person. As a student, Stop 1 can help you with support services, skills and development. See: http://ask.unimelb.edu.au/
The University publishes a comprehensive fees policy, which can be found on the web at http://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/admissions/fees
Research Higher Degree students normally work on their projects throughout the year and so are not bound by strict semester dates. Postgraduate coursework students are required to attend courses during the normal teaching semesters. The University’s academic calendar can be found at the following link: http://www.unimelb.edu.au/dates
The handbook contains information regarding your overall course and detailed information for each subject (e.g. census dates, assessments, subject coordinator contact details, etc.) https://handbook.unimelb.edu.au/