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From 2017, The University of Notre Dame’s School of Medicine Sydney will offer a Doctor of Medicine (MD), replacing the Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).
The graduate-entry, four-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) program is a Masters level primary medical degree program which will also offer students significant research experience during the course.
|Course||Doctor of Medicine (MD)|
|Duration||4 years full-time|
|Practicum||Third and fourth year clinical placements|
|For full details see the GEMSAS Guide|
|Campus||Sydney (also available at Fremantle)|
Outline of Studies
The Doctor of Medicine (MD) at Notre Dame is a four-year course undertaken by students in full-time mode. This course is available to graduates with a recognised undergraduate university degree from any discipline.
The Mission of the School of Medicine, Sydney, is to develop and train excellent and caring doctors. It seeks to provide excellence in medical education, research and scholarship delivered in the context of Catholic faith and values.
The Doctor of Medicine (MD) is accredited by the Australian Medical Council as meeting national standards of medical education, permitting graduates to receive provisional registration and become a junior doctor and enter the medical workforce.
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