School of Psychology - Future Students

Future students
 

Welcome to the School of Psychology at UQ. We offer a range of ways to study psychology.

What is psychology?

Find out what psychologists do.

Why choose UQ for psychology?

Find out why we think you should study psychology at UQ.

How can I be a psychologist?

Read about the three ways to study psychology.

Higher degree study

We have an excellent fourth year program, and coursework and research higher degree options.

International students

We welcome and support our international students.

Psychology Activities

Videos, demonstrations, online tutorials, news, events, and publications.

UQ Credit Precedents

Online Search tool to help you determine your eligibility for course credit.
Indigenous Mental Health and Wellbeing (PSYC4991)

Featured Course

Indigenous Mental Health and Wellbeing (PSYC4991)

Dr Paul Harnett says the “Indigenous Mental Health and Wellbeing” course focuses on the healing process and how Indigenous and non-Indigenous people can work together to improve the wellbeing of Indigenous people.
Spatio-Temporal Rivalry

Featured Demonstration

Spatio-Temporal Rivalry

Exposure to a physically coherent moving object elicits two conflicting illusory percepts

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Head of School, Professor  Bill von Hippel talks about the science behind love and lust.

Is Love Blind?

Head of School, Professor Bill von Hippel talks about the science behind love and lust.
Associate Professor Kenneth Pakenham gives an encore presentation in the televised Multiple Sclerosis from A to Z series, at the University of Washington.

Coping with MS: Lessons in Resilience

Associate Professor Kenneth Pakenham gives an encore presentation in the televised Multiple Sclerosis from A to Z series, at the University of Washington.
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