The eligibility requirements are: A Bachelor degree in Psychology with Honours or international equivalent with an average mark of at least 70 percent. The minimum academic requirement for entry is an honours degree in psychology at the IIA level or better. Applicants can check the acceptability of their degree by contacting the Australian Psychological Society.
Please note applicants with an accredited degree from a New Zealand University are exempt from the international student requirements.
Students wishing to apply for the Master of Clinical Psychology must achieve a score of 7 on all categories in their IELTS results unless they are from selected countries and can demonstrate that they’ve completed their high schooling in English. Further IELTS information can be found on the ANU Policy Librarty website.
Eligibility for conditional registration as an intern psychologist with the Psychologist's Registration Board of the Australian Capital Territory is a condition of entry into the School of Psychology's Clinical Program. Other entry qualifications need to be assessed for their compliance with the above-mentioned standards.
Our MD and MChD programs are both masters programs, the MChD (or Doctor of Medicine) is our 4 year medical degree and the MD is a specialist research degree for those that have held a Doctor of Medicine for at least 5 years and wish to do further research. There is more information on the guidelines of the MD through the website http://medicalschool.anu.edu.au/study/degrees/doctor-medicine
Students wishing to transfer into the PhB program would have to apply as they would any other program. They may also be required to submit referee reports sit for an interview. Entry into the PhB program would depend on the program they’ve previously studied, their GPA and the length of study they’ve completed already. Each application would be assessed on a case by case basis