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Apply now to study at SA’s No. 1 for Psychology research in ERA 2015*

* The only university in SA to have all of its assessed Psychology research rated above World Standard, Excellence in Research Australia 2015.

 Study Psychology at UniSA.

Psychology is both a science and a profession. It explores the psychological phenomena of human and animal behaviour and uses the scientific method to explore the nature of behaviour and social interactions.

2015/16 QS SUBJECT RANKINGS

WORLD TOP 200 FOR PSYCHOLOGY

 

2015 EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AUSTRALIA

NO.1 IN SA FOR RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL WORK

 

Key features

  • The work placement in the third year of the program provides hands-on industry experience and employment opportunities.
  • Only Psychological Science degree in SA to offer a placement as part of your degree.
  • Graduates are equipped with in-depth knowledge of human behaviour that prepares them to make a real impact on people and communities.
  • World Top 200 for Psychology (QS subject rankings 2015/16).

Francesco

Francesco, Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)

“I have wanted to study Psychology all throughout my high school years. I knew that I needed to put in the hard work and effort early on to ensure I reached this goal.”

Career opportunities

Graduates may find employment in roles such as:

  • Psychology
  • Protective services
  • Community services & counselling
  • Behavioural ecology
  • Youth work
  • Human resources
  • Marketing
  • Policy and research 

International Handbook

International Handbook

Embark on a journey with limitless possibilities and graduate ready to take on the world. Download our International Handbook and explore your study and career options. 

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Cog Neuro Lab

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