The five (5) year Medicine and Surgery programme at University of Tasmania will provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to undertake supervised practice as interns in Australia or New Zealand and an appropriate foundation for lifelong learning and further training in any branch of medicine. The scientific basis of medicine and its clinical application will be taught in an integrated manner which will provide not only clinical relevance, across the five (5) years, but also highlight the ethical and professional aspects of medical practice.
Once you've completed the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery, you'll be eligible for provisional registration to work in approved hospitals whilst undertaking training as an intern for one year.
On successful completion of your internship you can gain full registration to work in Australia and New Zealand and can choose, if you wish, to study in an area of specialisation, whilst continuing to work.
Graduates can then choose to specialise in one of a number of fields such as general practice, anaesthesia, dermatology, obstetrics and gynaecology, geriatric medicine, paediatrics, pathology, psychiatry, radiology or surgery.
Graduates may also become medical administrators in hospitals or government departments, or medical academics involved with teaching and medical research.
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In this course you will learn the basic science of medicine and how it's applied in a clinical environment - along with the ethical and professional elements of practice.
From your very first year you will be gaining first-hand experience through professional practice placements, while your course work brings together case-based learning with a range of opportunities to expand your expertise - from anatomy dissection to acquiring clinical skills.
You need the following IELTS score:
Minimum required score:
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The School of Medicine will offer places to International students in the Bachelor of Medical Research (BMedRes) with subsequent competitive entry into the Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), provided certain criteria are met.
Applicants would be required to undertake the 3 years of BMedRes, and the 5 years of MBBS.
To be eligible for a place in the Competitive Entry Scheme applicants must:
* Please note that this is an indicative fee only.
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