Psychology Experience Day | 14 June
Have you ever wondered what it is that makes you, you?
Find out more about the fascinating study of the human mind at our Psychology Experience Day. Meet our academics, current students, take a tour of campus and participate in a range of activities to help you decide if a career in psychology might be for you.
This event is complimentary for Year 11 and 12 students and one parent.
Becoming a psychologist
What to expect during Psychology Experience Day. You can also download a copy of your itinerary here.
All registrants check-in for the day. You will be welcomed to campus with morning tea with staff and students.
with Psychology Program Administrator, Joel Mason
with Head of School (Psychology), Forensic & Clinical Psychologist, Dr Bruce Watt
with Teaching Fellow (Psychology) and Clinical Psychologist, Dr Evette Braunstein
with Assistant Professor (Psychology) and Neuropsychologist, Dr Oliver Baumann
Enjoy lunch in the ADCO Amphitheatre with Bond students and staff.
Personality and Social Problem Solving
with Associate Professor (Psychology) and registered Psychologist, Dr Katarina Fritzon
At Bond, your teachers are also your mentors. Hear from a current student and get to know Bond industry experts and academics, asking them any and all of your questions about studying Psychology.
Hear from Psychology student
“I chose to Study the Bachelor of Psychological Science, the Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) and the Master of Psychology (Clinical) at Bond University to channel my unique life experience, mentoring skills, and love for biological science to make positive changes in people’s lives. My experiences at Bond University continue to challenge me to be the best version of myself, both as a scholar, and an everyday person. Within the classroom, I have become equipped with a scientific awareness of the theoretical grounding of Psychology but have also had the opportunity to nurture my ability to be a critical, innovative thinker - skills that will be forever valuable in any career I wish to pursue. The content within Psychology at Bond stimulates the curious mind. Bond University offers a holistic experience that helps students find their niche. At Bond, you learn from the best – with classes being delivered by various professionals in industry, often with a large research or clinical practising background. Every staff member offers personalised, supportive assistance; something that has encouraged me to excel throughout my fast-tracked undergraduate degree – resulting in receiving valedictorian of my graduating cohort. There is a reason why Bond University consistently establishes itself as the best university for student experience. Outside of the classroom, the atmosphere is unique; combining elements of camaraderie and fun, whilst still maintaining a sense of professionalism which allows every student to embark on a journey of personal growth that extends far beyond studying for assignments and exams. As a budding psychologist, opportunities to explore your career are often scarce. I must note, however, that this has not been the case at Bond University – having had the opportunity to attend educational conferences through the Bond Psychological Society, engage with research assistant work, support mentoring, and conduct applied behavioural analysis through NDIS funded initiatives for children with Autism”.
Bachelor of Psychological Science,
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
Master of Psychology (Clinical)