Bachelor of Medical Science / Doctor of Medicine (Graduate Entry)

Monash University

The graduate entry MD course is a 4 year program. Year A consists of two 15 week semesters at the School of Rural Health in Churchill. Students undertake Years B-D in a range of clinical settings across metropolitan and rural locations. Teaching hospitals affiliated with Monash University as well as other hospitals and clinics within the metropolitan and country areas are used during clinical training.

Course Fee:

International: $308,000

Entry Requirements:

To be eligible for consideration, you must have (or be in the final year of) one of these Monash University degrees: Bachelor of Biomedical Science (including double degrees) or Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) or Bachelor of Science with specified units A minimum weighted average mark of 70 is required for consideration. Fifty domestic places are reserved for students undertaking Monash's Bachelor of Biomedical Science. A further twenty-five places are available to students of all specified degrees.


First and second year: semesters are of 14 weeks duration. Third and fourth years: 2 semesters of 18 weeks each. Fifth year: semesters are a notional 18 weeks, although there may be some requirement for more flexible arrangements.

Subjects you can Study:

Medicine; Surgery

Further information:

International applicants To be eligible for consideration you must have (or be in the final year of completing) a degree with significant and broad biomedical science content from an internationally recognised university with a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 6.0 out of 7.0. Students undertaking a Faculty Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences course with clinical or fieldwork placements must demonstrate compliance with police, working with children checks and immunisation requirements.


The course is accredited by the Australian Medical Council. After successfully completing the medical degree, students become eligible for provisional registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and the Medical Board of Australia. After serving a compulsory internship year of residence in an approved hospital, students become eligible for final registration in Victoria and other states of Australia.

Accepts International Students:


Provider CRICOS: 00008C

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
School of Rural Health No info No Full time 4 years

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