With incredible wildlife, restaurants, bars, beaches and one world-famous opera house, Sydney has something for everyone. Students are thrilled as they prepare to join part of one of the most globally focused and research-led unis in the world. Here's everything you need to know to get into Western Sydney University!
Monash University was founded in 1958 and is the largest university in Australia. It's part of theGroup of Eight universities, a research-intensive coalition amongst Australian universities, and is home to approximately 54,000 undergraduate and 23,000 postgraduate students.
Adelaide is the third oldest university in Australia and consistently ranks in the top 1% of universities globally. They describe their approach to medicine as a practical, hands-on experience with real-world clinical practice and state of the art simulations. Here's everything you need to know to study medicine there!
Melbourne University is ranked number one in Australia. With its temperate climate, waterfront location and nightlife, it's one of the most culturally vibrant locations in Australia. Competition, academics, fees... if you want to know what it takes to attend this prestigious uni, then read on!
The University of Newcastle and the University of New England have joined together to offer the Joint Medical Programme (JMP). The JMP has graduated more than half of Australia’s Indigenous doctors (over 80 since 1985) which makes them experts and leaders in indigenous health education. Here's what you need to know!
The College of Medicine and Dentistry at James Cook University in Queensland, Australia, focuses its courses and research on rural, remote, tropical, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations. If you have a passion for social justice and humanitarian issues, read on to find out how you can study at JCU!
Founded in 1989 The University of Notre Dame Australia has campuses in 3 areas including Fremantle, Sydney and Broome. It has two Schools of Medicine, one in Fremantle and one in Sydney (University of Notre Dame Sydney Medicine), which provide separate graduate entry medical programs independently. Read more here!
Situated on the Australian Gold Coast in Queensland with 57km of beaches and affordable living costs compared to most capital cities, it's no wonder why Bond is rated first for student experience among all Australian Universities! However, it's for domestic applicants only... read about the other requirements here!
The University of Western Australia Medical School is rated first in Australia for Clinical Medicine according to ARWU 2019. UWA is the only Australian Medical School that has a longitudinal mentoring program; all medical students have a clinical mentor throughout the program. Here's everything you need to get in!
The Flinders University Medicine programme is relatively small and is closely integrated with local health services around Australia. Flinders is renowned worldwide for its pioneering curriculum, being the first in Australia to develop a 4-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) programme. Here are the requirements to get in!
The University of Sydney has continued to be a top choice for local and international students, proud of the diversity of its students. In fact, a biomedical sciences degree is not a pre-requisite to study the Doctor of Medicine (MD) program. Here's a full list of what you need to study medicine at Sydney University!
Griffith University’s School of Medicine opened in 2005. The medical school campus is situated in the beautiful Gold Coast - a city consisting of 70 kilometres of coastline with some of the most popular surf breaks in Australia. Read about competition rankings, academic eligibility and more!
The University of Queensland is the largest medical program in Australia and the oldest medical school in Queensland. They are renowned for one of the most successful rural clinical schools, with 80% of rural trained graduates electing to stay at regional teaching hospitals. Find out more about entry here!