Newcastle University (DClinPsy)

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Newcastle University

The clinical psychology programme at Newcastle is one of the longest established training programmes in the UK, having celebrated over 50 years in practice. It is part of the School of Psychology, Faculty of Medical Sciences, at Newcastle University.

It is closely integrated with the NHS, particularly with our NHS colleagues in the local psychology services and those in Health Education North East which is part of Health Education England.

The aim of the programme is to develop clinically competent and effective scientist practitioners who are able to contribute to and develop the knowledge base through the understanding, production and utilisation of research findings.

The programme is committed to an evidence based and empirically grounded ethos. You will also be enabled to develop key skills and qualities in collaboration, reflection and leadership.

Teaching and training draws on current research, and trainees are required to demonstrate the links between theory and practice throughout their training. Our trainees need to develop and demonstrate competence in the current evidence-based and widely-practiced aspects of clinical psychology. You will be required to develop capability in the critical appreciation of relevant empirical literature and clinical theory, in order to be able to draw upon and contribute to the research basis for clinical practice and solve relevant problems systematically.

The above course description is from the course provider’s website.

Website:

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/degrees/clinical-psychology-doctor-of-dclinpsy/#profile

UK Clearing House Listing:

www.leeds.ac.uk/chpccp/Clin18Newcastle.html#nonfund

Address:

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, School of Psychology Newcastle University, Ridley Building, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 7RU

Fees:

The course fee for international students is £29,400 per year. It is a 3-year course. You will also need to budget for living expenses which are generally high in the UK. You can view The University of Newcastle’s cost of living guide for more information.

Places available:

There are 14 funded places on the course per year. It is not known how many of these are open to international students

How to apply:

Application for self-funded places is through the Clearing House using Course Code 18 – X. www.leeds.ac.uk/chpccp/

Note:

This entry was written on 2nd February 2018. Please refer to the course website for the most up-to-date information. If you are a representative of the course and would like anything changed please email us at webadmin@psychologist.com.my.

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