The University of South Australia is home to start-of-the-art facilities designed for student learning. Our Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory is custom-built with specialised paediatric and adult testing areas. The Social Work and Human Services Studio is set up to give students practical experience in interviewing and consultation skills. UniSA's psychology, social work and human services student learning spaces are located at Magill campus.

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Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory

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Hear from PhD student Daniel about our Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory.

Social Work & Human Services Studio

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Hear from social work student Leonie about our Social Work and Human Services Studio.

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Magill campus

UniSA's Magill campus is on stunning grounds, with a creek and huge eucalyptus trees bordering open grassy spaces. The campus has a gym and swimming pool for student use, and is a short walk from restaurants, takeaway shops, and a pub. 

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What our students have to say

Psychology at UniSA has an excellent balance between research and hands-on practice - the standard of teaching combined with the state-of-the-art facilities prepares students for what they want to do after graduation. The inclusion of counselling courses and psychology placements also makes it a unique degree, providing both the skills and real-world experience needed for a variety of careers including disability support work and counselling.

Chris Ghan

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)

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Chris Ghan

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)

One of the things I love about my degree is working in the Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory with world-class researchers, where I gain hands-on experience with specialised cognitive neuroscience research methods such as electroencephalography.

Angela Osborn

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) (Cognitive Neuroscience)

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Angela Osborn

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) (Cognitive Neuroscience)