|Location||Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Australia|
Applications will open 30 April 2018 and close 30 June 2018. Follow the key dates from the GEMSAS website for information on important deadlines for applications. See http://www.gemsas.edu.au/key-dates/ for more information.
|Indigenous entry pathway||
The ANU Medical School encourages applications from people of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent. The Medical School has recognised places each year available to applicants of this background.
Applicants from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent may apply directly to the ANU by visiting the ANU website here.
Applicants are also required to send the below documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you are from a rural background please indicate this in your online application and provide supporting documentation. Please click here (PDF, 49.66KB) for more information on rural background criteria.
This is a comprehensive and varied four year course for graduate students looking to enter the rewarding field of medicine. It aims to produce graduates who are committed to compassionate, ethical health care and the expansion of medical knowledge.
The curriculum is built on important frameworks that explore the social foundations of medicine, develop understanding of the indigenous health context in Australia, and provide insights and experience in health care in rural and/or remote Australian settings. During the first two years of the course, the curriculum is built around problem based learning (PBL) tutorials as well as lectures. Students undertake a research project during Years 1 and 2. From the end of the second year, students spend almost all of their contact hours in the health sector. During third year, students again venture into the rural clinical realm, this time for six weeks. At the beginning of fourth year, students undertake an elective term of four or more weeks at a worldwide location of their choice.
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.
For medicine at ANU Medical School, this degree can be in any field. The graduate entry medical degree is shorter than undergraduate medical courses because you will have already developed the ability to learn effectively at university level and have an understanding of the basic sciences.
The Admissions procedure for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants will follow similar procedures to that of the domestic GEMSAS process. Applicants will be assessed on their GPA and GAMSAT and may be offered an interview. Upon completion of Interviews, successful applicants will be offered a place.
Dr Stewart Sutherland
LIME Reference Group Member
Phone: +61 2 6125 0575