The four-year Graduate Entry degree is designed for students who have completed their undergraduate studies and are prepared to enter professional training to become a doctor.
Course content emphasises clinical communication skills and early clinical contact visits to medical practices, community care facilities and hospitals.
Students will complete their first year of study, Year A (their pre-clinical year), at the School of Rural Health - Churchill in Gippsland with regular visits to the Clayton campus as part of their studies. The following three years of the program are all spent in clinical environments, and students have the opportunity to complete these placements (Years 3B, 4C and 5D) in metropolitan Melbourne, south eastern Victoria or north west Victoria.
Over the next two years (2016 & 2017) there will be changes to entry requirements being implemented for the Graduate Entry MBBS. Please click on the link below for information about your options to study Graduate Entry Medicine at Monash in the future.
Key dates for 2016 entry
|Early November 2015
||Offers will be released via GEMSAS to domestic students.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to the change in entry requirements for 2017 onwards, deferral requests for 2016 will not be granted.
|15 February 2016
||Semester 1 commences at the School of Rural Health, CHURCHILL|
Key dates for 2017 entry
|5-30 October 2015||Applications open for 2017 entry via the BMS pathway. Applications have now closed for 2017 entry via the BMS pathway. Applicants outside of the BMS pathway cohort interested in being considered for 2017 entry should apply in October 2016.|
International applicants should apply direct to Monash University. Interviews are held at various times throughout the year. Visit the website for information.