Forms and guides

On this page you will find supplementary guides and forms for your study.

BSc(Hons) and 180-point MA

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

To apply for a PhD in Psychology, you must first identify a faculty member in Psychology who will serve as your primary supervisor. This must be done before you apply. To find a suitable faculty member, you may inquire with potential supervisors directly, by email. To determine who to contact, explore the School of Psychology's many research areas, each of which have associated faculty members. After identifying potential supervisors you are interested in working with, contact them to provide an account of your own experience and capabilities, and to enquire about potential projects that they may be interested in and able to support.

Once you have confirmed the support of a supervisor, then proceed to submit an Application for Admission. Please do not submit a PhD application without the support of a supervisor. As part of the application process, you will need to prepare a Statement of Research Intent, and your supervisor will need to prepare a Supervisor Statement. These forms are available from the Faculty of Science.

Please note that you may apply for a PhD at any time; there is no fixed admission deadline, nor is there a fixed commencement date for a PhD. The date you propose to start your PhD study is nominated in the application process. One exception to these deadlines is if you wish to be considered for a University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarship. From 2023 onward, these scholarships have four rounds per year, each with a specific application deadline; more information about Doctoral Scholarships is available.

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)

Applications will open on 1 September and close on 15 October.

Clinical Psychology

Applications will open on 1 September and close on 1 November.

In addition to the University of Auckland's standard admission process students applying for the Clinical Psychology programme must complete the following:

Please be aware that when you submit this form, you may receive an access restricted page. This will not affect the reference and the submission will still be successful.

Applications for Clinical Psychology 2024 intake are closed.

Supplementary application form (part 2)

  • A criminal check from the Department of Justice. *If your criminal check is not yet available, please upload the confirmation you received when you applied for the check.


Speech Science

Applications for the Master of Speech-language Therapy Practice (MSLTPrac) will open on 1 July and close on 1 October.

The Speech Science programme and the SPCHSCI courses are taught on the Grafton Campus.

The Master of Speech-language Therapy Practice (MSLTPrac) provides students with a clinical qualification in speech-language therapy.

More information is available on our MSLTPrac programme page.

MSc by thesis only (Speech Science)

Please complete the form in conjunction with your thesis supervisor.

SPCHSCI 701 Dysphagia for Speech Language Therapists

Master of Organisational Psychology (MOrgPsych)

Applications will open on 25 September and close on 25 November.