Higher Education Frequently Asked Questions What documentation do I need to provide with my application? Information on specific documentation and entry requirements can be found on individual postgraduate and undergraduate or pathway course pages. At minimum, courses will require: Proof of identity and citizenship (e.g., passport, birth certificate, or citizenship certificate) Please note: Cairnmillar cannot accept a Driver’s License as proof of identity, so please do not supply one. Your most recent academic transcript(s). A current Curriculum Vitae (resume). Some courses will also require: A 500-word statement on why you wish to study the course at Cairnmillar. Note: The Master of Clinical Psychology (Post-Registration) require specific contents and questions to be answered in the personal statement. Please check the admissions criteria on the course page for further information. Academic and/or professional references, submitted through the online HODSPA portal (http://www.psychologyreference.org/). International applicants or those born overseas may also need to provide: Proof of satisfying AHPRA’s English Language standards for provisional registration (e.g., recent IELTS or equivalent test scores). Applicants with overseas qualifications will also need to provide: Certified translations of any academic documents not issued in English. APS certificate of equivalency for overseas qualifications (psychology courses only). For more information, see: https://psychology.org.au/about-us/what-we-do/assessing-overseas-qualifications. If you are using copies they must be certified, if you are scanning and uploading originals they do not need to be certified. If you need to amend your application once it is submitted, you can do so via the Application Portal, or emailing [email protected].