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Is it beneficial to study PhD in Clinical Psychology for a postgraduate?


I just want to know that doing PhD in Clinical Psychology is a good idea? I am planning to do PhD in Clinical Psychology but worried about my future. Is it really beneficial for me as I am a postgraduate in Clinical Psychology?





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31st October 2017, 06:34 PM
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Default Re: Is it beneficial to study PhD in Clinical Psychology for a postgraduate?

As you have done post graduate degree in clinical psychology and now want to do Ph.D in clinical psychology, then Ph.D in clinical psychology is beneficial for you to for further studies. Here below are details regarding benefits of studying Ph.D in clinical psychology course:-

- After Ph.D clinical psychology you will become psychologist/Mental health expert.

- Applicant after Ph.D in clinical psychology go for career options in areas like Hospitals, Industries, Educational institutes, Motivational institutes etc.

Details Regarding Ph.D Clinical Psychology Course:-
  • Minimum qualification required to apply for doctor of psychology in clinical psychology is post graduate degree in relevant stream from government recognized institute with minimum 50% marks obtained.
  • To get admission in some of reputed institutes you must have to appear in CET (Common Entrance Exam) conducted by university to admit eligible candidates for Ph.D courses.
  • Duration of Ph.D clinical psychology course is 3 years.
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