Fees and funding
Fees information for MSc Psychological Therapies.
This programme is taught as part-time intermittent study over two to six years and is "invoiced at course level". This means that an invoice will be raised each time a course is registered on a student's record.
The taught courses on the programme are either 20 or 40 credits.
The course fee does NOT cover any additional costs associated with supervision. Students intending to apply for a placement at the on-campus Psychological Therapies clinic should contact the Programme Secretary for information on supervision fees.
Students on part-time programmes of study of more than one year should be aware that tuition fees do increase every year. This annual increase should be taken into account when you are applying for the programme.
Clinicians who are currently employed within NHS CAMHS departments in Scotland may be eligible for funding from NHS Education Scotland (NES).
Applicants should contact the CAMHS Learning Coordinator in their own health board in the first instance.
The University does not have a role in allocating these funds.