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Additional entry requirements
This program has some additional entry requirements that must be met in order to gain entry to this program.
Two referee reports are required. Reports are to be lodged through the National Reference Database - https://www.psychologyreference.org/
Applicants are assessed on academic performance, personal suitability via interview and psychometric testing.
Applicants must be eligible for registration with the Registration Board (AHPRA) as a conditional/provisional psychologist at the time of enrolment.
Vaccinations (Clinical Program):
Applicants must be fully vaccinated against Covid19 as a requirement of commencement into the Master of Psychology (Clinical) program per Queensland and New South Wales Health guidelines.
Applicants who have obtained their qualifications outside Australia must have their qualifications assessed prior to applying for this program and prior to applying for registration with AHPRA. The Australian Psychological Society (APS) provides this assessment service for the Board and the assessment assists the Board in determining if the student’s qualifications are equivalent to an ‘approved qualification’.
For more information on equivalency assessments please visit the Australian Psychological Society website.
Please submit evidence of your APS equivalency with your Master's application.
English language proficiency requirements
Bond's programs are taught and assessed in English, so depending on your educational background and citizenship, you may be required to provide evidence that your English language ability meets our requirements. This may include submitting results from an approved English Language Test taken in the past two years - you can see the required results for the most common approved tests below. There are other ways to demonstrate English language proficiency and gain entry into this program, including demonstrating prior study in English, or other qualifications. If your qualification does not meet the English language requirements then you will need to provide an English proficiency test for admission.
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic Overall score 7.0 with no sub score less than 7.0
- Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic
- Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic Overall score 65 with no Communicative Scores below 65
- Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-Based Test (TOEFL iBT)
- Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-Based Test (TOEFL iBT) Overall score 94, no scores below 27 Writing, 23 Speaking, 24 for Reading and Listening
Alternative entry options
If you don't currently hold the required academic qualifications, there are other pathways for you to demonstrate that you have met these requirements, and gain entry into your program.
We understand that everyone's journey to university is different. So if you don't currently hold the required academic qualifications, don't worry! There are other pathways for you to gain entry into this program. If you would like to discuss your entry pathways, please contact us.
Credit for prior learning
If you have completed previous tertiary studies, you may be able to gain credit for previous subjects. To apply, you will need to submit your academic transcripts to the Office of Future Students, including detailed subject outlines or course descriptions for each relevant subject. We're here to help you through this process.
Application dates for the Master of Psychology programs
|Yearly Intake MAY COMMENCEMENT ONLY|
|Applications open||1 November|
|Cut-off date for all Applications to be lodged (in full)||Midnight, 12 January, 2023|
|Interviews and Psychometric Testing||Throughout February|
|First round offers made by Admissions||1 March|
|Offers expire||14 March|
|Second round offers made by Admissions||15 March|
|Offers expire||28 March|
*Dates subject to change.
- Students are asked to apply for both Programs, giving their preference (eligibility will still be determined on GPA).
- Deferring offers is not permitted. Students will need to re-apply for the program in the following year.
- The Master of Psychology programs are offered on a full-time basis only.
- The Master of Psychology programs are taught on-campus only.
- Students are unable to take a Leave of Absence from the programs and cannot transfer between programs.