8 Psychology courses The University of Adelaide (UoA)

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Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) in Psychology

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Bachelors Degrees

Full Time - 3 years

Start date - 27 July 2020, 1 March 2021

A$33,500.00 (US$ 21,879) per year

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Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

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Bachelors Degrees

Full Time - 3 years

Start date - 27 July 2020, 1 March 2021

A$33,500.00 (US$ 21,879) per year

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Bachelor of Psychological Science

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Bachelors Degrees

Full Time - 3 years

Start date - 27 July 2020, 1 March 2021

A$38,500.00 (US$ 25,144) per year

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Honours Degree of Bachelor of Psychological Science

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Bachelors Degrees

Full Time - 1 year

Start date - 27 July 2020, 1 March 2021

Application deadline

19 October 2020

A$38,500.00 (US$ 25,144) per year

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Honours Degree of Bachelor of Psychology (Advanced)

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Bachelors Degrees

Full Time - 4 years

Start date - 1 March 2021

A$39,000.00 (US$ 25,471) per year

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Master of Psychology (Clinical)

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Masters Degrees

Full Time - 2 years

Start date - 4 January 2021

Application deadline

19 October 2020

A$39,000.00 (US$ 25,471) per year

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Master of Psychology (Health)

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Masters Degrees

Full Time - 2 years

Start date - 4 January 2021

Application deadline

19 October 2020

A$39,000.00 (US$ 25,471) per year

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Master of Psychology (Organisational and Human Factors)

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Masters Degrees

Full Time - 2 years

Start date - 4 January 2021

Application deadline

19 October 2020

A$39,000.00 (US$ 25,471) per year

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