Comparison of Psychology Postgraduate Degrees in Singapore: 2016 Update

 Finally after 4.5 years, there is a revision of this list!  Based on my pathway model below, you have almost reached the end of the model when you finish your undergraduate degree, and the next step is to move on to a postgraduate degree in order for you to become a psychologist.

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For students who wish to further your studies in Singapore, this list has all the postgraduate degrees available in Singapore, their specialties, candidature periods and structure of the course.

Click on the names of the degrees to find out more about them:
NUS:  Master of Psychology (Clinical),  NUS-University of Melbourne Master of Psychology (Clinical),  Master of Social Sciences (Psychology),  Ph.D. Psychology
NTU:  Master of Arts (Research)Ph.D. (Research)
NIE:  Master of Arts (Applied Psychology),  Master of Arts (Research),  Ph.D. (Research)
SMU:  Ph.D. in Psychology
JCU:  Master of Psychology (Clinical),  Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Psychology)

Even though the JCU and City University of New York programs are permitted by CPE, do make sure you read this post about accreditation of overseas programs as well.
For students who could not find your choice of specialisation above or prefer to do your postgraduate studies overseas, you may refer and go through these lists of Australian-accredited or UK-accredited programs.  For your information, you may also like to look through the 2015 QS World University Rankings for psychology universities.

I hope this post has been useful for those who plan to curve a career in psychology.  Similarly to the earlier posts, please update or inform me if you see or find any changes to any of the programs, so that I can update this post.


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