Admission Criteria Entrance into the Masters of Counselling and Psychotherapy requires: An Australian Bachelor degree (AQF 7) in a related discipline (teaching, social work, social sciences, psychology, counselling or similar) with at least a 70% average marks. Prospective students wishing to enrol into the Master course who have an Australian Bachelor degree in a non-relevant discipline are encouraged to enrol in the Graduate Diploma level to assess their suitability. They may be required to undertake The Cairnmillar Institute’s Counselling Skills Foundational and Intermediate short courses prior to the enrolment. To apply: Prospective students are required to submit an application through the Apply Now page, with certified copies of the following supporting documentation: Most recent academic transcripts A current curriculum vitae A 500 word personal statement outlining the reasons for wanting to undertake the course Proof of residency/citizenship (e.g. passport, birth certificate, or citizenship certificate) Two references, preferably with at least one academic, using the online HODSPA reference system. A guide on how to use the system is available here. Prospective students who are short-listed will be invited to attend an interview with members of the School Teaching Faculty. This provides the applicant with the opportunity to discuss any questions they have about the course of study.