The Clinical Handbook should be consulted prior to applying. Applicants must have the required prerequisites that are detailed in the Clinical Handbook. If you have any questions regarding prerequisites, please contact the Director(s) of Clinical Training prior to application.
Responses should be typed in no smaller than 10-point font. Commence typing in the grey areas on the following pages. DO NOT attach additional pages.
The completed application form must be printed, signed and a paper copy sent to the Department of Psychology (do not send by email). Please attach your CV and transcripts using staples, do not bind or use folders.
Applicants are responsible for forwarding the letter at the end of this form to three referees, with the request that their evaluations be forwarded directly to the Department of Psychology by the closing date of 30 September of the year preceding entry. Please do not include unsolicited testimonials.
Applications close on 30 September 2015 and should be addressed to:
Applications will be acknowledged once all three referees’ reports have been received. If you have not received an acknowledgement within four weeks of sending your application, please enquire: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants are shortlisted in October on the basis of information provided and will be interviewed by members of the Clinical staff, and representatives from the Department of Corrections and the Canterbury District Health Board. The provisional date for selections interviews is 17 November 2015. Shortlisted applicants are expected to be present in person for interviews and may bring a support person or whanau member. Everyone on the shortlist will be notified of the outcome in early December when the official University examination results are released.
Application documentation will not be returned. For candidates who enter the clinical programme, this will be kept on file. For those who are not accepted, all documentation will be destroyed.
Please note: Due to the nature of the selection process, we regret we cannot discuss with you the details of the shortlisting decisions. All decisions are final.