Master of Psychiatry
- CRICOS code: 079406C
Applications for Winter Intake 2022 are now open and close on Friday, 22 July 2022.
Before you begin your application, make sure you have the following ready:
- The year you graduated from your highest level of education
- The year you started and finished your most recent qualification
- For Melbourne alumni, your former student ID
- A copy of your transcript. You can upload a copy or share it via My eQuals or CHESICC.
To search for your course:
Availability year (year you want to start)
Master of Psychiatry
Good to know:
- Only select one version of the course. For example: 2022 - full time - summer intake - Graduate Australian Fee Place
- Once you’ve entered and reviewed your details you’ll be sent an automated email to confirm you’ve successfully registered – this is when you’ll begin your official application.
- Select ‘Yes’ if you would like to apply for advanced standing (credit or recognition of prior learning). Find out more about advanced standing.
- Make sure you save your application throughout
Studied at another university
If uploading a copy of your transcript you need to know:
Born outside Australia
Permanent resident (but not an Australian citizen)
Holder of a permanent humanitarian visa, or intend to apply for a permanent humanitarian visa
You live with a parent or guardian
Rural or regional background: you have lived in a rural area for 5 years (consecutive) or 10 years (cumulatively).
Graduate Access Melbourne
Excellence and equity are inseparable at Melbourne and bringing the best students to the University means minimising financial barriers and broadening access.
Graduate Access Melbourne (GAM) provides access to applicants whose personal circumstances have had a sustained adverse effect on their academic achievement at undergraduate level or who are members of a specified group known to be under-represented in higher education. You may be eligible for GAM if you fit at least one of these equity categories.
- Applicants from a rural or isolated area
- Recognition as an Indigenous Australian
- Previous status as a refugee or current holder of a Humanitarian Visa
- Disadvantaged socio-economic circumstances
- Disability or medical condition
- Personal difficulties