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2024 Mid-Year-Intake

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If you're ready to take the next step in your career and advance your education in the field of psychology, contact us today to learn more about our programs and admissions process.  Learn more about our courses and faculty, and to explore the exciting opportunities that await you at ISN Psychology

Applications Closed

Applications For 2024 Semester 1 Closed.  

Applications for Semester 1 2024 closed for all courses.

Graduation, 2023

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Orientation Week, 2024

Study at ISN Psychology TEQSA approved Institute of Higher Education PRV14102

Melbourne, Sydney and Online Workshops: ISN 2024

In 2024, ISN Psychology is advancing its teaching approach to further enrich your postgraduate learning experience. Delve deep into subjects with our on-demand, recorded lectures, setting the foundation for our skill-intensive workshops. Specifically crafted for the Semester 1 curriculum, these workshops are available during the day in both Melbourne (Ivanhoe and Kew) and Sydney. For Melbourne-based students, evening options in Kew are also provided. For those who have an approved reason or live outside metro regions and cannot attend in-person, we offer live online daytime workshops as an alternative. Prioritising personalized learning, we've tailored class sizes to offer individualised attention and effective skill acquisition. Whether you're enrolling full-time in our Semester 1 Pre-Practice units or opting for part-time, you can expect a structured yet flexible educational journey. 


Click below for more Information and provisional timetable for Semester 1 2024 Units.

Our extensive clinical facilities and broader psychology network allow for practical training and placements.  With clinics in Kew, Ivanhoe and Bundoora, ISN Clinic is a leading partner in providing work integrated learning opportunities, a key component for postgraduate training.

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What’s News at ISN

We Welcome or Inaugural Dean of Psychology

We’re delighted to announce that Professor Kathryn Nicholson Perry will be joining ISN Psychology as our Dean of Psychology.

Professor Kathryn Nicholson Perry is passionate about the role psychology plays as a discipline and profession in creating positive change for individuals and for increasingly diverse groups and communities. This conviction is underpinned by her direct experience in professional practice, her history of impactful research and now over 15 years in academic leadership.  

Professor Kathryn Nicholson Perry's leadership is set to inspire a new generation of psychologists, driving forward ISN Psychology's commitment to excellence and making a positive impact on society.

ISN Clinic @ DFC - Transformative Partnership between DFC (Danny Frawley Centre) and ISN 

We are excited to announce a pivotal partnership between the Danny Frawley Centre for Health and Wellbeing (DFC) and ISN Clinic.  The partnership will draw upon the resources of the the Institute for Social Neuroscience's (ISN) entities ISN Psychology, ISN Clinic, and ISN Innovations.

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DFC, a state-of-the-art mental and physical fitness facility, aims to foster an inclusive community focused on mental health and fitness. Located at the St. Kilda Football Club's RSEA Park in Moorabbin, DFC is set to become a hub for mental fitness and wellbeing.  The ISN Clinic is enhancing its mental health and therapy services at the DFC, focusing on providing comprehensive mental health care to the community. This expansion emphasizes the importance of mental fitness and wellbeing. Through this initiative, the clinic is integrating innovative approaches in mental health and sports psychology, aiming to improve overall mental health and resilience. Additionally, the collaboration leverages both ISN's clinical expertise and DFC's facilities to offer advanced learning and research opportunities in social neuroscience. This focused approach ensures that the clinic addresses the crucial aspects of mental health care, particularly in the context of sports and community wellbeing.

ISN Innovations: A New Era in Research Begins

Introducing ISN Innovations: Bridging AI, Mental Health, and Neuroscience

We present ISN Innovations, our latest initiative that combines affective neuroscience, human performance, and the potential of Artificial Intelligence in mental health. Aimed at advancing clinical and social neuroscience, ISN Innovations focuses on research, emotion, and human capability. Join us on this journey into the evolving landscape of neuroscience.

New Placement and Clinical Hub in Kew

Exciting Placement Opportunities for our Students

ISN has a new centre of excellence in teaching and practice.  ISN Clinic Health and Wellbeing Centre incorporates the ISN Human Performance Clinic. This new site in Cotham Road Kew is situated only 100m from Glenferrie Road and approximately 5km east of Melbourne’s CBD. The site enjoys excellent public transport access with trams passing the front door at Cotham Road and Glenferrie Road.

Shared Vision, Shared Skills: ISN's 2024 Workshops in Melbourne, Sydney and Online!

2024 Time Table for Semester 1 available 

We are thrilled to unveil a transformative update to our postgraduate teaching approach for the upcoming academic year. Committed to academic excellence, 2024 will prioritize skill acquisition through our specialized skill-based workshops. These will be particularly emphasized in Semester 1 pre-practice units and selected units, with the advantage of smaller class sizes. We're catering to a variety of attendance preferences for the same workshop: daytime face-to-face sessions in Melbourne (Ivanhoe) and Sydney, evening sessions in Melbourne (Kew), and engaging live online options for those who can't attend in person. Sydney Workshops take place st HostCo, Cullen room, located on Level 4 of the Holme Building (A09), Science Rd, The University of Sydney, NSW 2006.

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