Clinical psychology is a broad field of clinical practice and research within the discipline of psychology. This professional postgraduate qualification combines original research and clinical practice to prepare candidates for their career as a clinical psychologist.
Candidates complete a preparatory year, specialising in Clinical Psychology, before entry into the three-year DClinPsy programme. Entry into the Clinical Psychology programme is by an application and interview process. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in psychology, be a New Zealand or Australian citizen or permanent resident, and have relevant work experience (paid or voluntary).
Candidates can apply for the Clinical Psychology programme by the supplementary application process.