The admissions process
The admissions procedure comprises:
Stage One: evaluation of application documents
Stage Two: The language test (where applicable)
* Candidates who have not previously studied Psychology and have chosen Psychology as the discipline of their doctoral thesis will be required before interview to take an examination testing their knowledge of basic topics in psychology.
A list of applicants accepted to the GSSR is published on our website (see Admissions/Results) as soon as the admissions committee has reached its decision. Candidates will also be notified by e-mail and by registered post.
Applicants who fail to attend the appointed interview (or test of language abilities if applicable) without producing acceptable justification will be considered to have withdrawn their applications.
An Appeals Commission will meet to consider appeals from candidates submitted in writing to the School within fourteen days of the appearance of the announcement of the results of the applications process (in hard copy or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org).