Choose your path to medical school in Australia.
Identify, Research, Compare and Determine how and when to Apply. All in one place.
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Concise and comprehensive information about 59 Australian university medical degree paths from 20 Australian university medicine degree programs (offered by 22 universities)
Identify all the available Australian university medicine degrees and degrees that lead to medicine
Understand differences in degree programs and the selection criteria used by each university
Compare different degrees and make informed choices to optimise your ability to be accepted into a medical degree
Updated information - as university degrees and entrance requirements change
Identify upcoming significant events in the medicine application cycle for the next month
Applicable for high school students, university students, career counsellors and parents.
Degree Path Summaries - for 59 Australian medicine degrees
Detailed Degree Requirements - size of the medicine program, how selection is undertaken, detailed specific requirements plus Commentary.
University Comparitor - allows you to directly compare degrees side by side and identify your optimal degree/s.
Deadline Listing - how to apply and comprehensive monthly deadline listing compiled from 70 webpages. Includes when offers for interview are issued, deadlines for applications and associated paperwork, deadlines associated with UCAT/GAMSAT/CASPer etc.
how to access Study medicine information
There are 4 Study Medicine information packages.
Deadline Listing - $5 initial fee then $5 per month (monthly access)
Basic Information Package - $140 (12 month access)
Comprehensive Information Package - $245 (12 month access)
Professional / School Information Package - $345 (12 month access)
AN IMPORTANT QUALIFICATION
Study Medicine information has been compiled from Australian university information sources and publicly available data and therefore is a generic guide and is not to be relied upon. Authoritative information is only provided by the university and/or admissions centre. Make sure you obtain information directly from the university/admissions centre before making any decisions.