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SWU study abroad: [63] Bachelor of Psychology at the University of Sydney

2018-04-07 12:48:29

As a comprehensive, research-focused international university, the University of Sydney enjoys a high global reputation for its outstanding academic achievements and excellent curriculum quality, especially in business, engineering, architecture, medicine, law and other majors. Over the years, the University of Sydney has carried out a wide range of research collaborations, co-educational programmes and exchanges between teaching staff and students with a number of partner institutions. The Bachelor of Psychology 2014 at the University of Sydney - The Bachelor of Psychology: This degree is suitable for students who have a strong interest in psychology and want to use it as their future career, and students will study in a wide range of psychology fields. The degree is divided into two directions: science and art. Students who are interested in humanities and social sciences can choose the art direction, while the other direction is suitable for students who love science. The psychology subjects in the two directions are different. Professional Accreditation: This undergraduate program is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Board. After two years of internship or further study, graduates can register with the Psychology Board of Australia and practice as registered psychological counselors in Australia. Employment prospects: Graduates can further study or practice to become registered psychologists, and also in Counseling, Human resources, industrial relations, Marketing and length of study: 4 years Start Date: March 2014 Tuition Fee: $39,400 / year Entry requirements: High school graduation, college entrance examination score of one score line or certified preparatory study English requirements: IELTS 6.5 points, not less than 6.0 points in a single subject; TOEFL IBT 577 points, writing 4.5 points; TOEFL IBT 90 points, reading, listening, speaking 22 points, writing 23 points