Medicine

Studying medicine is a highly valued education. It is rigorous, demanding, remarkable and life-changing. With great knowledge comes a great power to change people’s lives for the better. You will undertake a challenging workload, with amazing opportunities to work with real medical professionals in a range of environments. You could be working in country practices, large surgeries or local general practices, within the first few months of studying.

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Doctor of Medicine (postgraduate degree only)

Doctor of Medicine (postgraduate degree only)

University of Melbourne

The Doctor of Medicine is the postgraduate course for students interested in practicing medicine as a profession. The course is four years in length and requires the completion of an undergraduate degree prior to enrolment.

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Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery is the degree pathway to becoming a doctor. The degree aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to further their studies as an intern in Australia or New Zealand.

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Bachelor of Paramedic Practice

Bachelor of Paramedic Practice

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Paramedicine Practice is a degree for those who wish to become a paramedic. Increasingly, around Australia and across the world, paramedics are becoming professionals who hold a university degree, and as such, in Tasmania, this degree is the only pathway for new paramedics.

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B Clinical Sciences

B Clinical Sciences

Charles Darwin University

Clinical Science is the study of how health relates to the medical sciences. This course in particular is the pathway into studying the Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery at Flinders University in South Australia.

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Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery

Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery

University of Sydney

Studying a degree in Medicine/Surgery is extremely rigorous, and demands a lot of time, study and energy on the student’s part. Most students to Medicine enter through postgraduate study, although there are now many options for students to combine Medicine/Surgery with a degree, ensuring their place at the postgraduate level.

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Bachelor of Emergency Health (Paramedic)

Bachelor of Emergency Health (Paramedic)

Monash University

This degree prepares students for a fast-paced and challenging career as a paramedic.

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Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

University of Queensland

The Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Queensland is often regarded as an extremely prestigious and desirable degree.

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Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

Australian National University

This degree is only available to students who have completed an undergraduate degree. Students will learn across four themes during this four year degree. These themes include Medical Sciences, Clinical Skills, Population Health and Professionalism and Leadership.

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Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

University of Adelaide

A Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree provides an undifferentiated education in the foundational areas of Scientific Basis of Medicine, Medical Personal and Professional Development, and Clinical Practice in a state of the art, integrated educational program.

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Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery

Monash University

In this degree - offered at Clayton, Bendigo and Gippsland (as postgraduate study)campuses - students will challenge themselves over five years to learn the knowledge and practical skills to become highly trained doctors.

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