Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

University of Wollongong

WOLLONGONG, NSW, Australia

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International (Estimated)
A$25,094 / year
IELTS
6.5
ATAR
75.00


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Course at a glance
Field of study
Humanities and social sciences
Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Duration (Int'l)
156 Weeks
Duration (Dom)
156 Weeks
Study mode (Int'l)
Full Time, Part Time
Study mode (Dom)
Full Time, Part Time
Intake
FEB
Course description
Faculty

The Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts (LHA) aspires to build capacity in the regional economy and in international networks through research-led educational leadership. Graduates have skills that employers want, like creative problem-solving, analytical and critical thinking, self-discipline and team work.

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Course
Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and its functions

Entry requirement

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  • IELTS 6.5+ Each Band 6.0+; TOEFL PBT 575, IBT 88; CAE pre-2015:58, CPE pre-2015:45, CAE & CPE from 2015: 176; Pearson Test of English: 64 with score of 59 in all areas

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  • UOWApplyOnline is an easy process designed for you to submit your application from anywhere in the world. You can save your application at any point and come back to complete it later. In order to submit your application, you will be required to attach supporting documentation, including your certificate of English proficiency (if applicable) and academic qualifications obtained or currently being undertaken. Following submission of your online application, you will be advised of your student number by email. This will then enable you to check on the status of your application at any time. Please apply here.

  • Assumed Knowledge: Any two units of English
    Recommended Studies: English Advanced

    EARLY ADMISSION
    UOW Early Admission is how your high marks in Years 11 and 12 can earn you a place in a UOW degree before you sit your final exams. This program is for students currently completing their Higher School Certificate, an interstate equivalent or an International Baccalaureate, in Australia only. For more information, and to apply for Early Admission, head to the UOW Early Admission website.

    Applications for 2016 Early Admission will open at 9.00am on Monday 3 August 2015, and will close at 5.00pm on Friday 28 August 2015.

    Below is the indicative Early Admission criteria for this degree. These are the subjects and results that we believe you need to have a good chance of performing well in this degree.

    Indicative Criteria
    At least three ATAR Category A subjects including English, with minimum 70% in standard subjects or 65% in Extension subjects.

  • YEAR 12

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especially those affecting behaviour. Psychology is about understanding who we are and how we think

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