Based on information on the Clinical Psychology Clearing House in October 2022 the University of Sheffield does not appear to be offering their course to international students in 2023. However, we have left the information below for your reference.
The fundamental structure of the Programme is a hybrid of day-release teaching, mini-teaching blocks (usually one or two weeks duration) and clinical placements. During the first year, trainees attend a four-week introductory block consisting of academic teaching and clinical skills training. This is followed by two five-month placements focusing on core skills and individual work, separated by a two-week mini block. In the first year, trainees attend the University for between one and three days per week during term time. In subsequent years, trainees attend the University for one day each week, with the remaining four days being for clinical work (three) and private study (one). The second year consists of two five-month placements, whilst the final year consists of two five-month placements with some choice of specialisms (in conjunction with learning needs and competency development) and which may be combined as one or two year-long placements. Each placement, except the final one, is preceded by a mini block, (of one to four weeks), designed to prepare trainees for the following placement.
The above course description is from the course provider’s website. You can read more here: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/clinicalpsychology/programmes/dclinpsy/structure
UK Clearing House Listing:
Clinical Psychology Unit, Department of Psychology University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN
The course fee for international students is £32,950 per year. It is a 3-year course. You will also need to budget for living expenses which are generally high in the UK.
Two places are available for entry in 2021.
You can find more information here: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/clinicalpsychology/programmes/dclinpsy/international
How to apply:
The course now receives applications from international students via the UK National Clearing House for Clinical Psychology. This requires applicants to apply in November in order to start training the following September.
This entry was written on 2nd February 2021. 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 email@example.com