|Location||Adelaide, South Australia Australia|
|Entry level||School Leaver Provisional|
September: Applications to SATAC closes in September. Students studying year 12 will be asked to enter their UMAT identification number when they lodge their application on SATAC’s UniWeb
|Indigenous entry pathway|
If you have completed Year 12 and wish to study medicine, Flinders University now offers you a unique pathway. The Bachelor of Clinical Sciences enables you to enter the university’s internationally renowned medical course without having to complete a separate undergraduate degree first. Through this pathway you can complete a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences combined with the Doctor of Medicine in six years.
In the first two years, you will undertake studies in Clinical Sciences with either a Medical Science or Health Sciences focus before transitioning into the Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Year 3.
School leaver provisional entry pathways are offered by universities that have graduate-entry medical courses. They guarantee school leavers a place in the graduate entry medical program on the condition that they first complete a bachelor level degree course at the university and meet specified conditions (such as maintaining a particular grade point average and finishing the degree in the normal minimum time period).
September: Applications to SATAC closes in September. Students studying year 12 will be asked to enter their UMAT identification number when they lodge their application on SATAC’s UniWeb.
The selection into the course is based on your performance in the UMAT and obtaining a competitive ATAR, usually about 95 or higher.
* Subject to passing all topics in these first two years and gaining a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5 (Credit average) you will then undertake the existing four year Doctor of Medicine (MD) program.
Office of Indigenous Strategy and Engagement
Yunggorendi Student Engagement in the Office of Indigenous Strategy and Engagement provides a focal point for Indigenous students, encouraging and supporting students’ participation and success in higher education. The Centre provides an Orientation program, financial support and Indigenous tutorial assistance (ITAS).
Yunggorendi First Nations Centre for Higher Education and Research
Phone: +61 8 8201 3033 / 1800 641 811
The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health and Well-Being
Faculty of Health Sciences
Flinders University of South Australia
GPO Box 2100
Adelaide 5001 SA Australia