Acceptance into a course is a two-stage process involving the submission of an application form and an interview process.
After online applications are received, an interview will be conducted with potential students. Students applying for a combined sequence of degrees who are successful at the first stage will be asked to attend a psychometric psychological assessment test to assess their suitability for the field of psychology.
We are currently registering interest of all students wishing to commence degrees with ISN Psychology in 2018. All ISN Psychology courses are conditionally accredited by APAC , meaning that all ISN Psychology degrees are recognised by AHPRA for the purpose of registration as a psychologist in Australia.
Recognition of Prior Learning and Transfer of Credit
ISN will provide credit for any subjects undertaken as part of an APAC-accredited sequence applicable to the current course being undertaken as indicated in ISN’ Policies and Procedures and as referred to in the current APAC standards.
Transfer options between tertiary providers
Students of other universities or higher education providers can transfer into ISN with recognition of prior learning based on ISN policies and regulations.
Deferment of Study
Students accepted into a course of study can apply to defer their course for a period equivalent to 1 year of study only.
Please note at this stage ISN Psychology can only accept applications from domestic students (Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents). Prospective students with only Permanent Residency may have limited eligibility for FEE-HELP, please refer to Study Assist for more information.