Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program offers students clinical experience at leading hospitals, research opportunities at world-leading institutes and established elective placements throughout Europe, Africa, North America and Asia. It will provide students with current best practice in medical education, high teacher-student ratios and extensive scholarship support. They will graduate as medical practitioners who are responsive to the health needs of individuals, families and communities and committed to improving the health care system at all levels.
High achieving graduates wishing to enter the medical profession
192 credit points
- Child and adolescent health
- Community medicine
- Critical care
- Perinatal and women's health
- Psychiatry and addiction medicine
Standard entry requirements
- Bachelor degree
- Or postgraduate degree completed within 10 years of commencement
- Adequate performance in an admissions test culminating in a mark of at least 50 (GAMSAT or MCAT)
Australian Medical Council; Medical Board of Australia
Special admission schemes may be available for indigenous applicants and applicants of rural origin.
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Admission into the Sydney Doctor of Medicine is highly competitive and positions are offered on the basis of academic merit.