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Supplementary application forms

Find below our supplementary application forms, sorted by programme.

BSc(Hons)/BA(Hons), Postgraduate Diploma in Science or Arts (Psychology)

Course Options - 2019
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Please use the online application form for students applying for the General BA/BSc Honours in Psychology programme or the PGDipArts/Sci in Psychology. You must also complete the University of Auckland admission process through Student Services Online; for details see the University of Auckland website 


Masters by thesis only

Please use the online application form.  

This application is to be competed in conjunction with your thesis supervisor. 


Applied Behaviour Analysis

Applications will open in August


Clinical Psychology

Applications for the 2019 intake into Clinical Psychology have now closed.

Applications for 2020 will be available mid year 2019.


Please use our online application form when applying for the Clinical Psychology programme.

Note: There are a number of documents you need to attach to this form including:

  • The additional form [named 'Supplementary Application Form | Part Two', please see right] for further material and your transcripts.
  • A Criminal Check from the Department of Justice. If your check is not yet available, please upload the confirmation you received when you applied for the check.

You must also complete the University of Auckland postgradute admission process. 

  • If you are applying for the Honours programme, please select ‘Preparatory Clinical Psychology’.
  • If you already have a Postgraduate Psychology degree, please select 'Certificate of Proficiency in Science'.

Health Psychology

This subject is now offered by the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.

Find more details and application forms


Industrial, Work and Organisational Psychology

Starting from 2016, we are suspending our postgraduate programme in Industrial, Work, and Organisational Psychology. However, we will continue to offer PSYCH 737 (Work and Well-being), and to provide limited opportunities for masters and PhD supervision. Interested students should discuss opportunities for research supervision with Dr Lixin Jiang.


Speech Science

The Master of Speech Language Therapy Practice (MSLTPrac) provides students with a clinical qualification in SLT. In addition to the academic programme, students spend time working in health, education and special school settings, and gain clinical experience at The University of Auckland Clinics at the Tāmaki Innovation Campus.

To apply for enrolment in this degree a candidate should possess a Bachelor's degree in a related subject such as Psychology, Education, Health Sciences or Linguistics with a B- average or higher in at least 75 points at Stage 3 or 700 level. In addition they must demonstrate that they have the personal qualities necessary to undertake a clinical degree of this kind.

In order to meet New Zealand Speech Language Therapy Association (NZSTA) programme accreditation standards the course must be a minimum of 80 weeks in duration over a two year period. This requires that the academic year be extended to a minimum of 40 weeks for each year. The MSLTPrac programme begins in mid-February and finishes in late December.

Please note: 

  • Applications for this programme for 2020 are currently closed.
  • They will open on 1 July 2019 and close on 1 October 2019.
  • In 2020, Speech Science programme and the SPCHSCI courses will be taught at the Grafton Campus.
2019 MSLTPrac flyer
View and download. (205.0 kB, PDF)

Dr Clare McCann talks to prospective Speech Science students

For those who were unable to attend the 2018 Courses and Careers Open Day, we would like to give our prospective postgraduate students and their families an opportunity to learn about Speech Science and the available career opportunities. 

View Dr Clare McCann's presentation about our Speech Science programme (right).


Work opportunities

There are excellent work opportunities for qualified Speech Language Therapists both within New Zealand and internationally. Speech Language Therapists are involved in the assessment and treatment of a wide range of communication and swallowing disorders across the lifespan and work in a range of settings, including hospitals, schools, community rehabilitation facilities, special schools and in early intervention teams.

The best way of explaining what Speech Language Therapists do is probably to have a look at some of the many and varied cases and employment places that Speech Language Therapists are involved with. 

Read more about 2018 graduate Roimata Manaia Haynes (Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Maniapoto).

2018 Courses and Careers Open Day Speech Science lecture with slides, by Dr Clare McCann.

Further information

Further details on this programme are available by contacting:

Head of Speech Science
Dr Clare McCann
Phone: +64 9 923 5221

Academic Services Coordinator
Kharmin Sukhia
Phone: +64 9 923 6887

Graduates of universities overseas and/or those without New Zealand citizenship or permanent resident status should also correspond with the International Office.