researcher placing EEG cap on patientThe School of Psychology and the University of Queensland offer rich resources for students enrolled in postgraduate coursework psychology programs. Students have access to both the library and the Psychology Resource Centre, which has a wide variety of assessment materials, books, manuals, and journals relating to psychology in the areas of clinical neuropsychology, counselling, health, and sport.

You can find program specific information, including placement information, forms and handbooks on your program community blackboard site by logging into eLearning.

You are encouraged to adopt and maintain a professional attitude when undertaking all parts of your training program. Undertaking higher degree studies you should consider yourself as emerging professionals. This involves taking on greater autonomy and behaving in accordance with the University of Queensland’s Policies, and if undertaking accredited professional training the APS Code of Practice and Ethical Guidelines, and the guidelines set out by the Psychology Board of Australia at all times.

See Placement Ready and your program community page for further information.

 


Get help with

  • Personal and lifestyle needs at Student Services
  • Program design at my.UQ – find out about enrolling, deferring or changing your program, studying overseas, fees and charges
  • Technology at AskIT – support for your devices, logins, UQLearn (Blackboard), software, how to redirect your UQ email to your usual email address
  • Get UQNav on your phone to find buildings, banks, cafes etc on every UQ campus.

 


Contact

Student and Academic Support Unit
Level 3, McElwain Building (24A), St Lucia
   +61 7 3365 4919
  Postgraduate – pg.psychology@enquire.uq.edu.au
  Higher Degree Research – rhd.psychology@enquire.uq.edu.au