Presentation on theme: "Clinical Psychology at the University of Hull Dr Nick Hutchinson Academic Co-ordinator Beverley Leak Programme Manager."— Presentation transcript:
Clinical Psychology at the University of Hull Dr Nick Hutchinson Academic Co-ordinator Beverley Leak Programme Manager
Clinical Psychology Training at Hull Selection at end of 2 nd year 3 rd year specialist modules Years 4,5 & 6 full time salaried Clinical Psychology training course leading to a Clinical Psychology Doctorate Contains three components – Clinical – Research – Academic
What do you need if you want to be a clinical psychologist? Good 2.1 or 1 st degree. Relevant voluntary or work experience. An interest in and commitment to working with vulnerable or distressed individuals, their families and carers. An ability to manage a high workload with competing demands (placement, academic and research).
Application process Applications are made at the end of the 2 nd year. Candidates will not be shortlisted unless they have an average of a 2.1 or above at the end of their second year. Candidates are very unlikely to be shortlisted unless they have some voluntary or work experience. You will need an academic and a clinical reference.
What do you need to do now if you are interested in clinical psychology training? Make sure you have some relevant experience. Make sure your grades are high enough. Get to know your personal tutor or someone in the psychology department so that they can write you a reference. Personal Development Planning i.e. identify any shortcomings and work to address these. Work on presenting your application professionally.
What is the application procedure? Application forms available from Monday 21 st March 2011 from website or programme manager’s office first floor, Hertford Building. Application forms returned by 12 noon Tuesday 3 rd May Shortlisted candidates will be contacted by letter the week of 20 th June Selection will take place on Thursday 7 th and Friday 8 th July 2011.