HETI is a great choice to undertake your postgraduate education and we are glad you are interested in taking the next step. Here is the information and steps that will help you throughout your application process.
Our entry requirements for our postgraduate courses ensure students have an appropriate knowledge and skill base to undertake our programs. To be considered for admission students must meet a minimum eligibility criteria. This includes:
- Appropriate undergraduate degree (or equivalent) and
- Relevant clinical experience.
Additional Entry Requirements for Psychiatric Medicine
There are additional specific entry requirements for the Psychiatric Medicine program. These are:
- Registration as a Medical Practitioner in Australia or New Zealand.
- For basic trainees in psychiatry, students require employment in a recognised training position with the RANZCP training program.
- Non-accredited registrars in psychiatry may enrol in the courses with a letter of support from their local Director of Training to state that they are working in a suitable clinical position with supervision.
English Language Requirement
Where your qualification was not undertaken and assessed in English, it is a requirement that you demonstrate competency in written and spoken English. This evidence is through:
- Prior study in the medium of English or
- Participation in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a minimum score of band 7.0 and no sub score less than 6.0.
For more information, go to: www.ielts.org
Domestic and International Students
HETI Higher Education is open to all Australian residents as well as any overseas or offshore students who wish to undertake their study through online learning and therefore will not require an Australian student visa.
HETI is not at this stage a CRICOS registered provider and therefore not able to take international students who seek to study in Australia under a student visa.
Note: If you are unsure about your eligibility into a HETI Higher Education program we recommend you contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling in the enquiry form.
Postgraduate study is a significant commitment not only in terms of time and effort but also financially. HETI is committed to providing higher education that is recognised for high quality while also being affordable.
Tuition fees are payable by the advised due date for each teaching session, being the approved census date, unless otherwise notified.
All dates, costs and course details are confirmed upon enrolment in the letter of offer. It is a condition of enrolment that students have read and understand the Student Fee Policy.
The 2017 tuition fee for postgraduate courses is $2060 per unit
To view units and program structure click each program below:
Non-Award and Professional Development
In addition to postgraduate courses, HETI programs and units can be undertaken as Non-Award or Professional Development.
Non-Award unit has the same tuition fee as course units.
Professional Development means that students participate in the learning but are not required to complete assessments or examinations. In this case, study does not result in Higher Education Credit. The fees associated with study undertaken in this manner, including the Postgraduate Course in Psychiatry (PCP) is usually lower than course unit fees.
2017 fees for units studied as Professional Development or PCP are $1415 per unit of study.
HETI Higher Education operates on two semesters per year. New student enrolments are recommended to start in semester one however midyear intakes are also accepted. Applications need to be received by the application closing dates (generally one week before semester start) but it is always best to send applications as soon as possible to ensure documents are in order and your place is secure.
Late applications may be possible in some circumstances. Contact the Course Framework Coordinators for further information.Key dates for the application process:
|Activity / Event||Date|
|Semester One Commences||13 February, 2017|
|Semester One Census Date||10 March 2017|
|Semester Two Applications Open||March 2017|
|Semester Two Commences||17 July 2017|
|Semester Two Census Date||11 August 2017|
How to Apply
To apply for postgraduate study with HETI, there are a few simple steps you will need to take:
- Complete Your Admission Application
- Complete Your Unit Enrolment
- Accept Your Offer
For detailed information regarding the application process including access to the application and enrolment forms, please visit the How to Apply page below.
HETI will offer a number of scholarships in postgraduate mental health for 2017.
Scholarships include: General Practice (GP), Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and Nursing and Midwifery.
To view a list of available scholarships please visit the Scholarships and Fellowships page below.