|Minimum ATAR||95 This figure refers to the ATAR level below which an application will not be considered. This is not a guarantee of admission.|
The MBBS course has full-year units from years 2 to 5.
|Duration||5 years full-time|
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Applicants for the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery are required to submit supplementary documents with their application. Please visit the MBBS application requirements page page for further information and to download the MBBS Admissions Guide. The MBBS Admissions Guide contains information about admission criteria, requirements and eligibility. It is imperative that applicants familiarise themselves with the guide to ensure they understand the requirements of the admission and application process.
Work as part of an interprofessional healthcare team to provide primary healthcare services to the community.
This course can lead to many careers in the medical profession. Your studies will focus on primary care, chronic conditions, aged care, mental health, Indigenous health, biomedical and clinical sciences and population health, as well as acute care.
Your first year of the course is interprofessional and undertaken with other health sciences students. You will also complete discipline-based units in medicine and be introduced to clinical practice.
Your second and third years will be devoted to a more intensive study of medicine that focuses on the structure and function of the human body in health and disease.
Fourth year is a transition from the Curtin campus into the clinical setting. You will work with people of all age groups under clinical supervision in hospital and community settings, including rural and remote healthcare places.
Your final year will be entirely in clinical settings where you will work as a member of a healthcare team in preparation for your internship once you graduate.