Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 01032F

Are you curious about medical research and/or clinical practice? Do you have an innate need to help your fellow human? Or maybe you have a calling to help poorly-serviced communities with special health needs? If so, our Doctor of Medicine degree program has special appeal for you.At the School of Medicine, we are committed to providing an education that not only teaches the science and craft of medicine, but also develops passionate and devoted medical practitioners. It is for this reason that our entry requirements are based on so much more than your test scores, with traits such as passion, motivation and purpose highly regarded.The first two years of your degree are underpinned by Problem Based Learning (PBL) and include the study of basic clinical sciences, population and preventive health, bioethics, therapeutics and more.Your third and fourth years are clinically based and present the opportunity to explore the different disciplines of medicine such as paediatrics and surgery. You are required to complete eight to nine week discipline-based rotations in a clinical setting, and further develop your research skills with a translational research project based in the health sector. There are rural/remote training opportunities and for some students, placement with the Rural Clinical School in third-year.


800 units of credit


  • Medicine

Standard entry requirements

Bachelor’s degree (recognised by the Australian Qualifications Framework or the National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition Guide) within the last 10 years, or be in the final year of a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline.Unweighted GAMSAT average score of 52 or greater and a minimum score of 50 in each sectionOverall Grade Point Average of 5.2 or higherCasper score from the online Situational Judgement Test (no minimum) (see key dates) For more information on Casper and how to register for the tests, refer directly to https://acuityinsights.app/1.The School of Medicine uses a Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) format: Since 2020 this has been delivered via a recorded online platform and an online platform delivery is continuing in 2023. There will be at least seven stations with a single interviewer/assessor per station. The interview will be recorded with the use of an online interviewing software tool, Modern Hire.


Australian Medical Association (AMA)

Study pathways

No deferrals or transfer available.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Fremantle No
  • Full-time : 4 years
Sydney No
  • Full-time : 4 years
Sydney No
  • Full-time : 4 years

Further information

The School of Medicine Fremantle provides an alternative entry pathway for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to study medicine.

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