Study Medicine in Australia
Launch your medical career in a world-class medical degree program. The Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (Joint Program) has been designed to ensure it is and remains relevant to a rapidly changing health care environment. You will graduate having learned the medical expertise and skills to help maintain and promote individual and community health in Australia and around the world.
Why study Medicine at The University of Newcastle?
With the Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine, The University of Newcastle is one of only a handful of universities that provide undergraduate entry to a medical degree program that leads to internship in five years.
You will be taught by leading active clinicians and researchers when you study the Joint Medical Program, which will keep you at the forefront of breaking research discoveries and you will benefit from Access advanced educational technology throughout your degree, including simulated learning environments with life-like manikins suffering from real health problems.
Entry requirements to study the Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine at The University of Newcastle include, but are not limited to:
- Minimum A*AA from the NCUK International Foundation Year
- Overall A in the International Foundation Year’s EAP module
To find more information about the entry requirements for this course please click here.
Tuition Fees and Scholarships
Indicative fees are based on a full year full time load (80) units and are AUD76,328 (2021). Fees are subject to change so please click here to find out the most recent fees for this course.
The University offers a range of scholarships for local and international students. Please click here for more information.
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