It is too late to apply for courses starting in autumn 2020: the closing date was 27 November 2019.
You cannot register or submit an application at this time of year.
The details currently on our website are for the autumn 2020 intake, and will be updated in September 2020 for the autumn 2021 intake, but you can see what's usually involved and start preparing if you wish. Some details may change for the next application cycle.

Updated on 1 September 2019:

The National Health Service (NHS) currently provides the funding for most of the places on clinical psychology courses. People accepted on these NHS funded places are currently employed by the NHS as Trainee Clinical Psychologists while they study. They started their training with a salary of £30,401 pa, which is the bottom of Band 6 (April 2019 figures) on the Agenda for Change pay scale (please see the NHS Health Careers website for more information about NHS pay and benefits).

Currently, course fees are usually paid by the NHS. For further details about other costs eg travel between placement bases and academic bases, please see the Courses section for information provided by individual course centres.

These arrangements may be amended for candidates entering training in 2020, but this is unclear at this stage. Should we receive further information, we will update this page. In the meantime, the Clearing House will process applications as usual. There will be no extensions to deadlines so please do not wait for further information about the funding situation before deciding whether to apply.

Please note that the Clearing House plays no role in the funding arrangements for clinical psychology training. Individual course centres will provide details about the funding arrangements for their programme when an offer of a place is made.

The UK and the EU

In March 2017 the UK government started the process for the UK to leave the EU. This process is ongoing with a current deadline of 31 October 2019, which may be followed by a possible transitional/implementation period but at this point this is unclear. The Clearing House will therefore process applications as usual. There will be no extensions to deadlines so please do not wait for further information about the EU leaving process before deciding whether to apply.

For updates about the process of the UK leaving the EU you may find the following websites useful:

Self-funded places

There are self-funded places available for applicants with home (UK/EU) fees status at the course centres listed below (see the Entry Requirements section if you need more information about fees status).

If you choose to apply for these self-funded places you will need to provide your own funding eg by funding yourself, by getting a scholarship, by organising sponsorship etc. You will need to fund all of your costs for the three years of training eg course fees, living costs, travel expenses etc. Please check the information provided by the centres concerned to see how much their course fees are.

Course centres that have self-funded places for UK/European applicants
Course centre How to apply
University of Essex - Tavistock Apply through the Clearing House to course 08 - X.
University of Hertfordshire Apply through the Clearing House to course 11 - X
or directly to the university.
Salomons - Canterbury Christ Church University Apply directly to the university.

International students

If you are from outside Europe please see the International Students section for a list of self-funded courses for international applicants.