School of Psychology - Current Students - Postgraduate

Postgraduate Students

Welcome to the School of Psychology's Postgraduate Homepage. Here you can find links to information about postgraduate resources and procedures. If you are in a specific postgraduate program please also consult their dedicated homepage.

Weekly Seminars

The School of Psychology hosts weekly seminars on Friday afternoons. Postgraduate students are strongly encouraged to attend these seminars as they provide a great opportunity to learn more broadly about psychology, and to interact with other postgraduates and academic members of the school.

Support and Resources

For all official UQ policies and forms, please visit the graduate school web page. Please submit all forms and correspondence through the Postgraduate Administrative Officer.

Ethics Officers


Tutorial Allocations

To apply for a tutoring position, you need to submit an application at Application open and close dates are advertised on that website. 

Accommodation Officer

School Funding

Annual allocation to advisors (for photocopying & printing etc.):

  • $400 for full-time postgraduate research students
  • $200 for part-time research students
  • $200 for DCP
  • $100 coursework masters (when enrolled in thesis component)

Funds must be spent by November of the year they are allocated.

Students can also apply (with advisor) for support to buy essential equipment. Please contact Dr Mark Horswill (Chair, Equipment & IT Committee).

Furthermore, students can apply for conference funding (contact Holly Dennis, Senior Finance Officer).

Postgraduate/Research students can apply for $1000 each year in the first 4 years; and an additional $2000 for an overseas conference once only during first 4 years (not in first year).

Postgraduate Student Research Excellence Award

Each year, during Research Week, the School of Psychology recognizes the crucial role played by our postgraduate research students in creating and maintaining our reputation for research excellence.

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