International Students

Funding

Self-funded courses

There are self-funded places available at the course centres listed below. Most of these courses require applicants to have overseas fees status (see the Entry Requirements section if you need more information about fees status).

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 international applicants
Course centre How to apply Fees status required
University of Bath Apply through the Clearing House to course 02 - X. Overseas
University of Birmingham Apply directly to the university. Overseas
University of East Anglia Apply through the Clearing House to course 05 - X. Overseas
University of Essex - Tavistock Apply directly to the university. Any fees status
University of Exeter Apply through the Clearing House to course 09 - X. Overseas
University of Hertfordshire Apply through the Clearing House to course 11 - X
or directly to the university.
Any fees status
Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience - King's College London Apply directly to the university. Overseas
University of Leicester Apply through the Clearing House to course 15 - X. Overseas
University of Manchester Apply through the Clearing House to course 17 - X. Overseas
Newcastle University Apply through the Clearing House to course 18 - X. Overseas
North Thames - University College London Apply directly to the university. Overseas
Plymouth University Apply through the Clearing House to course 21 - X. Overseas
Salomons - Canterbury Christ Church University Apply directly to the university. Any fees status
University of Sheffield Apply directly to the university. Overseas

NHS places

People accepted on NHS places are currently employed by the NHS as Trainee Clinical Psychologists while they study. So by applying for an NHS place you would be applying for a job with the NHS. You would therefore need to have the right to work in the UK without restriction to be able to apply for an NHS place. A student visa is not enough because if you were accepted on an NHS place you would be classed as an employee.

We are not qualified to tell you whether you have the right to work in the UK or not. If you are unsure of your status please: