A Doctor of Medicine is a doctorate-level degree that requires at least six years of study, research, and hands-on practice to earn. To obtain an M.D., students must complete medical school followed by an internship and a residency in a general hospital or specialty clinic.
Medicine is potentially one of the most exciting and challenging of all professions. A Doctor of Medicine aims to produce knowledgeable, caring and competent graduates, w
Medicine is potentially one of the most exciting and challenging of all professions. A Doctor of Medicine aims to produce knowledgeable, caring and competent graduates, who are well prepared to practise medicine under supervision as interns and subsequently to commence vocational training in any area of medicine. We offer a four-year program of study and encourage applications from high-performing graduates from a diverse range of backgrounds. No preference is given to any particular undergraduate degree.
Our curriculum reflects the latest approach to medical education and incorporates extensive use of existing and emerging medical education and information technologies. Local medical and other health practitioners are extensively involved in all aspects of the educational, clinical, and research and governance components of the program. The curriculum is delivered using a combination of teaching approaches:...
The Medical Program is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry int
This program is currently only open to Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents, holders of an Australian Humanitarian visa and New Zealand citizens (but not New Zealand permanent residents).
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
The Medical Program^ is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program^ will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD. Both degrees are awarded at the completion of Year 5.The Medical Program^ commences with the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) which is an undergraduate program and so is open to Year 12 school leavers. The BMedSt is also open to students who have completed an undergraduate program.Enrolments in the program are strictly limited to ensure small class sizes and sufficient clinical placements. As such, entry is extremely competitive.Postgraduate applicants will be evaluated based on the following criteria:...