Why study with us?
...PURSUE YOUR PASSION
Have you ever wondered why people behave in certain ways? Do you enjoy solving practical or theoretical problems? earning a psychology degree at UOW will be your first step in pursuing your passion.
Psychology students at UOW are exposed to innovative and cutting edge curriculum delivered by practicing educators. We provide our students with the very best digital learning tools with the unique opportunity to gain practical onsite experience in our very own Northfields clinic. Studies in Psychology can be combined with other areas in order to allow students the flexibility to explore all of their passions without compromise.
For the fifth year in a row employers have ranked our graduates as some of the best in the world. And, the 2013 Australian Good Universities Guide has given us a perfect score – that’s 30 out of 30 – in other words.....our grad get jobs..... and fast!
An undergraduate degree in Psychology can be an excellent starting point for further graduate study with a particular emphasis on flexible delivery.
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