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Psychology at Bond

Welcome to the School of Psychology

Bond University’s School of Psychology has established itself as a leader in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research. With nationally and internationally recognised psychology academics our research facilities cater to a wide range of areas including clinical, forensic and organisational psychology, social psychology, health psychology and human cognition. Dependent upon the exit point and the specialist area of study, psychology graduates are employed as psychotherapists or counsellors, advisers to organisations, industry and governments on personnel matters, they engage in advertising and marketing activities, they advise the Courts on criminal matters, they administer personality and ability tests, and they engage in teaching and research. 

Bond University offers undergraduate, fourth year and postgraduate study options in Psychology. Students who undertake their education in Psychology at Bond can pursue a sequence of study that leads to full registration as a psychologist, and qualifications up to doctoral level.

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Learn more about the School of Psychology and explore specific Psychology degree offerings below. You can also download the current Psychology Guide here.

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Pathway to becoming a registered psychologist

Becoming a registered psychologist is a long journey - but it's an extremely rewarding one. At Bond, our accelerated programs mean you can get a head start on your path to becoming a registered psychologist and making a difference in the lives of others.

Bond Psychology Clinic

The Bond University Psychology Clinic is a student training facility, which has been providing psychological services to the Gold Coast community since 1999. 

These services are provided by provisionally registered Master of Psychology students, under the guidance of qualified supervisors and cover an extensive range of assessments and interventions for psychological and health-related concerns. The Bond University Psychology Clinic is an invaluable asset for postgraduate students, and presents them with an opportunity to work with clients of all ages.

Within this structured and supportive environment, provisionally registered students ground their knowledge and cultivate their skills across all areas of counselling, psychological treatment, and professional practice.

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Bond Psychological Society

The Bond Psychological Society (BPS) was established in May 2014. The BPS aims to create a support network that offers students a sense of belonging and support, fostering professional and personal development for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. These objectives are facilitated through a range of professional and social activities.

The BPS endeavours to provide networking opportunities with local industry professionals and, in conjunction with the Australian Psychological Society, opportunities for professional development and personal growth. In this way, the BPS seeks to enhance the experience of Psychology students at Bond.

The School of Psychology supports the activities of the BPS which are to bring together our students and create a hub for development, discussion and debate on contemporary issues in psychology.

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