Why Study Psychology @ TMC Academy

  1. Stay industry-relevant with our Industry Advisory Board (IAB)
    • The IAB is formed by external industry members, to facilitate the review and continuous improvement of the curriculum, monitor current industry practice and future trends, facilitate changes in the appropriate regulatory framework and provide networking opportunities.
    • This practice guides the school to equip students with industry-relevant skills.
  2. Gain learning and networking opportunities with our strong links to associations and companies
    • Established Student Chapter membership with Singapore Psychological Society (SPS) for students to benefit from their extended network.
    • Students are invited to attend industry workshops and events to gain valuable insights from the industry experts, learning beyond the classroom.
  3. Attractive Progression Routes to a Honours Degree
    • TMC Higher Diplomas are equivalent to the first two years (240 credits) of a three-year (360 credits) UK Bachelor degree with Honours.
  4. Degree Accreditation
    • The UK degrees are accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and students are able to apply to the BPS for individual membership on graduation from this course.

The course duration is subject to the specific course, study mode, exemptions, university calendar, etc.
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TMC Academy Progression Pathway

Programme offered in TMC Academy

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Association with Singapore Psychological Society (SPS)

TMC Academy and SPS signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the SPS Annual General Meeting on the 28th March 2015. This MOU formally recognises the agreement that students pursuing Higher Diploma in Psychology with Counselling as well Psychology degrees at TMC can become members of the Society.


TMC School of Psychology students can enjoy the below SPS membership benefits:

  1. Psychology Student – the society offers membership to psychology students at a reduced rate. Student members are encouraged to network with other practicing psychologists at SPS functions.
  2. Professional Development – the society brings members with common interests together through its regular special interest groups and regular meetings.
  3. Annual General Meeting – full members have voting rights and are kept updated on society matters as well as future directions at the AGM. This is followed by a complimentary Post-AGM gathering meal for all voting members.
  4. Events – the society runs talks on various topics (see calendar of events in SPS website). Discounted registration fees are available for members. Subsidised rates are available to student members.
  5. Member Discounts – eligible members are entitled to discounts for talks and workshops organised by the society
  6. Networking Opportunities – provides an avenue for networking with others to communicate, exchange ideas, knowledge and information through social events exclusively for members as well as other SPS functions.
  7. Ezine – All members receive electronic news bulletins with psychology related news and the latest updates on society matters.