If you’re looking to study medicine, you know there’s a huge range of degrees and pathways, each with their own application requirements and deadlines.
Study Medicine has done the research for you - allowing you to identify, explore and compare all degrees from the one site.
Concise and comprehensive information about 59 Australian university medical degree paths
Identify all the available Australian university medical 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.
Degree Path Summaries - for 59 Australian medical degrees
Detailed Degree Requirements - size of the medical 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.
Updated information - as university degrees and entrance requirements change
Applicable for high school students, university students, career counsellors and parents.
1. University degree path summary
A summary for each of the 20 Australian universities that offer a medicine program, with details of 59 degree paths.
All degree paths to medicine provided by each university - direct medical degrees and degrees that lead to medicine
Type of medical degree offered (undergraduate/postgraduate or both)
Selection criteria used to offer a place in the medical degree - each item assessed and its weighting
High school requirements - academic requirements (ATAR etc.) and subject prerequisites
Enables high school students and parents to determine subjects to study in Year 12, and to identify subject requirements in Year 11 and Year 10
Shows direct entry medical degrees and degrees that lead to medicine
Enables university students with a degree or with an incomplete degree to determine postgraduate medical program options
Summary information that can be used by career counsellors to discuss possible university options with students
2. Detailed university degree requirements
Detailed information for each university, identifying medical degrees and degrees that lead to medicine plus Commentary.
Numbers of places offered in the medical program, number of places that may transfer or may secure a place through another degree
Selection criteria - detailed descriptions of the criteria, how invitations for interview are determined, how the offer of a place is determined
Commentary regarding how the university structures its medical program and how this compares with other universities, including the unique aspects of the university's assessment approach
Application process for each degree
Detailed information that's kept up to date
Provides additional information - number of places in the medical program, whether transfers from other degrees are possible, duration of the degree, location, time limits within which previous degrees are considered valid, bonus schemes offered, etc.
Detailed information that can be used by career counsellors to discuss options with students
Enables similar degrees to be comprehensively assessed and compared
3. University Comparitor
Compare one university and its paths to medicine with 19 other Australian universities and their respective paths by scrolling through all 59 available paths.
Easily compare similar degrees - for example, a Biomedical Science degree at one university versus a Health Sciences degree at another
Compare relative benefits and merits of different degrees and different universities
Easily compare medical degree selection criteria and each selection item's respective weighting
Easily assess all 59 Australian university paths to medicine - how each path is structured and identify the requirements to be accepted into medicine
Determine the path that best suits your strengths
Make fully informed choices
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Study Medicine information has been compiled from Australian university information sources and publicly available data and therefore is a guide. Authoritative information is provided by the university only. Make sure you obtain information directly from the university before making any decisions.