The success rate in 2013 was 16%.
1 in 6 applicants got a place on a course.
All the courses have excellent completion rates. The national attrition rate for the academic year 2011/2012 was only 0.61%, which includes both people who dropped out of a course and people who failed.
89% of the trainees that graduated in 2012 were working as a clinical psychologist, or at an equivalent level, within 12 months of graduating.
82% of the trainees that graduated in 2012 were working as a clinical psychologist in the NHS within 12 months of graduating.
The table below gives the number of places at each course centre for the 2013 intake. These numbers may change for the 2014 intake: please see the information provided by individual course centres for further details. We also provide numbers from previous years in our archive.
Please bear in mind that each applicant can apply to up to four course centres. So for the 2013 entry 3,725 applicants made 14,316 applications for 592 places on NHS funded courses.
|Bangor - North Wales||170||11|
|Coventry and Warwick||411||15|
|Institute of Psychiatry, KCL||863||21|
|North Thames - UCL||1,109||42|
|Salomons, Canterbury Christ Church||457||33|
|Staffordshire and Keele||276||15|
|Essex - non-funded||22||2|
|Leicester - non-funded||24||2|