Camperdown Campus (Sydney), New South Wales, Australia
Early May/June: Applications Due
Yes, the University of Sydney has an Indigenous Entry Program. Please refer to the Indigenous Facilitated Entry scheme for more information.
The University of Sydney (USYD)
Edward Ford Building A27
The University of Sydney
Camperdown NSW 2006
The Doctor of Medicine (MD) program is a globally recognised, four year graduate entry medical degree leading to the award of a Doctor of Medicine (MD). The course includes weekly clinical experience in leading hospitals from the very first weeks, regular PBL (problem-based learning) exercises in small groups, traditional lectures with expert practitioners and ongoing opportunities to participate in research.
In years 1 and 2 you will gain hands-on experience in a structured, supervised program with regular patient contact and weekly clinical school participation. In years 3 and 4 you will transfer to your clinical school full-time for further in-depth exposure to clinical practices.
Graduate entry courses are bachelor degree or Masters level courses that you can’t enter straight from school. You can only study them if you already have a degree. For medicine in Australia, and depending on the university, this degree can be either be in any field or must be a specific bachelors degree. Graduate entry medical degrees are shorter than undergraduate medical courses. The reason they’re shorter is that the university can assume that you’ve already developed the ability to learn effectively at university level and that you have an understanding of the basic sciences.
The selection into the course is based on your performance in the GAMSAT, academic marks (minimum GPA of 4.5 of a bachelors degree) and the outcome of an interview. Please note that the selection requirements for entry to the MD in 2017 and beyond are subject to change.
Yes, the University of Sydney has an Indigenous Entry Program. Please refer to the Indigenous Facilitated Entry scheme for more information. Applicants need to provide proof of Aboriginality and this must be submitted at the time of application, otherwise applications will be processed as standard applications and not via the Indigenous Facilitated Entry scheme. Eligible applicants are considered on a case by case basis.
There are three separate components to making a domestic application:
Eligible applicants will be invited to attend interviews. For details, please refer to the Admissions Guide at http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/study/md/admission/index.php.
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