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The APS Prize recognises academic excellence in psychology. One annual APS Prize will be offered at each higher education provider that has an APAC-accredited program in psychology of four (4) years duration or an APAC-accredited fourth year program in psychology comprising one (1) year equivalent study, or both.
Successful Candidates for the APS Prize will receive:
3.1 Nomination Process
3.2 Selection Process
3.3 Award Presentation
Nominations for 2017 will open in October 2017.
For any queries about the APS Prize or the online nomination form, contact the Science and Education team on (03) 8662 3300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.