Bachelor of Pre-Medicine, Science and Health
The University of Wollongong (UOW) offers a 3-year Bachelor of Pre-Medicine, Science and Health as a pathway to graduate medical studies. The course is designed to give high-achieving students an excellent preparation for graduate medical studies at UOW or other institutions. The strengths of the course are:
- A Foundations for GAMSAT subject in first year
- A choice of one of nine possible majors or minors in science or health that lead to other postgraduate study and career paths whilst allowing students to concurrently pursue entry to graduate medical studies
- Access to enrichment and professional development activities to enhance their interpersonal skills, demonstrate their ‘service to society’ and develop an impressive Portfolio which is required on application to graduate medical studies at UOW
- A core capstone subject in third year – Integrated Science in Medicine – delivered in the same case-based learning format used by graduate medical schools, it brings together all earlier learnings through clinical scenarios related to medicine and health
- Guaranteed interviews for the top 12 performing domestic students and the top 12 performing international students who meet the admission criteria for the UOW Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at the Graduate School of Medicine (GSM)
Applicants need an indicative ATAR of 95 and have studied mathematics and chemistry, with biology being recommended. Students must apply through www.uac.edu.au and the UAC course code is 757500.
The University of Wollongong (UOW) has an early admissions program allowing students to earn a place in some UOW degrees before sitting their final exams and this course is one of them – UOW Early Admissions. Applications for the Early Admissions Program are open and close on Friday 28 August 2015 at 5.00pm.
Find out more about eligibility for the Bachelor of Pre-Medicine, Science and Health at Bachelor of Pre-Medicine, Science and Health at UOW. For frequently asked questions about this degree, visit FAQs about Bachelor of Pre-Medicine, Science and Health