Working on luminescent material in the lab
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Medical Sciences Division: non-standard application processes

The Medical Sciences Division offers several courses that don't use the standard application process. In most cases, you should follow the advice shown on the relevant course page.

The courses listed below do not have a dedicated course page on this website, so you should follow the advice on this page.

Clinical Psychology, DClinPsych

This three-year, full-time course leads to the qualification of Doctor of Clinical Psychology (DClinPsych) from the University of Oxford. The course aims to provide a thorough and integrated academic, clinical and research training in clinical psychology.

On successful completion, you will be eligible to apply for registration with the Health & Care Professions Council and for Chartered status with the British Psychological Society. The course is unique in being fully funded and run from within the NHS. All trainees are currently employed by the Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare NHS Trust and are members of one of the following colleges: Harris Manchester CollegeGreen Templeton CollegeSt Cross College, or Worcester College

For further information, visit the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training website or contact the admissions team directly by email.

Medicine (Graduate entry)

All enquiries about this programme should be directed to the Medical School using the contact details shown below.

For information about admission to the pre-clinical stage of medical training, please see the accelerated course details and prospectus on the Medical Sciences Division website. If you have a query about the pre-clinical stage of medical training, please contact the Medical School directly by email (via [email protected]).

For information about admission to the clinical stage of medical training please contact the Medical School by email for further information (via [email protected]).