Is RMIT a good university for psychology?

Is RMIT a good university for psychology?

RMIT specialises in clinical psychology, based on a cognitive-behavioural approach. Our courses are accredited by the Australian Psychological Association. Our courses are accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council and approved by the Australian Psychological Society.

Can I use RMIT library?

All Library spaces are open to RMIT students and staff. The group study rooms are available for booking.

Where can I buy textbooks in RMIT?

The Campus Bookstore
Buy online or in-store Hardcopy and digital textbooks are available from The Campus Bookstore (this is an external website and has no affiliation with RMIT). Purchase online and have your items posted to your home; Click-and-Collect from The Campus Bookstore; or visit a store location in person.

What is RMIT known for?

RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise. RMIT is a world leader in Art and Design; Architecture; Education; Engineering; Development; Computer Science and Information Systems; Business and Management; and Communication and Media Studies.

Can alumni use the RMIT library?

As an RMIT Alumnus you retain your ability to borrow from the library print collection, and your access to many databases, ejournals and ebooks.

What is a library database RMIT?

Databases are collections of e-journals (including full-text articles), e-books, newspapers, videos, images and other material.

What size are RMIT degrees?

Dual Certificate Frames: Outside Dimensions of this Frame are 720 x 590 mm. This frame is reasonably large as the RMIT University presents a large unique sized Graduation Certificate.

What does Alumni mean in college?

Who is Considered an Alum? As a graduate, you become a part of the student alumni association for your university. An alumni association brings former students together to maintain a connection with their university and fellow graduates.

Does RMIT have access to Statista?

We now have access to the trial of database. The database provides access to statistics and studies on more than 80,000 topics and areas of interest, categorised into 22 industry sectors with approximately 600 markets and industries. Please note that you can access Statista on-campus ONLY.

What is an honours degree RMIT?

Honours degrees. A bachelor degree with honours allows you to deepen your knowledge and develop your research, analytical and communication skills. A bachelor degree with honours allows you to deepen your knowledge and develop your research, analytical and communication skills.

How does honours work RMIT?

The WAM appears on bachelor honours students’ academic transcript and Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS), along with their whole-program GPA. The relationship between the WAM and honours levels is: WAM of 80 or more, Honours First Class (H1) WAM of 70-79, Honours Class 2A (H2A)

How do I study psychology at RMIT University?

You can gain entry to the Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology) from RMIT Foundation Studies or a range of vocational study programs.

What do you study in the third year of psychology?

The third year of this program includes philosophy and methodology of psychology, psychological assessment and individual differences, professional practices in psychology, psychopathology and models of intervention, and the choice of a psychology placement or working on a psychology research project.

What are the language requirements for APAC approved fourth year psychologists?

Local applicants who completed an APAC approved fourth year of study in psychology that was taught and assessed entirely in English must meet the University’s minimum English language requirements for local students.

How do I get into a PhD program at RMIT?

When you successfully complete this program, you may be eligible for entry into an RMIT Masters by Research or Doctoral (PhD) program. Entry for this program is primarily through Commonwealth Supported Places (CSPs). Government financial assistance is available to eligible students regardless of the type of place you enrol in.