The University of Notre Dame Australia
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This pathway is targeted at school leavers or recent school leavers who have completed secondary studies within one year of application
This degree offers pathways for aspiring doctors into Notre Dame's Doctor of Medicine postgraduate degree. In addition, this is a gateway to a rewarding career in a range of health-related fields. Over the course of your studies, you will gain a strong understanding of advanced scientific and health concepts that will prepare you for a career as a biomedical scientist, a medical researcher, a science educator, or lay the foundation for you to pursue a professional health degree in multiple allied health disciplines in future.
Offers for this course will be for CSP (Commonwealth Support Places).
When progressing to the Doctor of Medicine, the fee type can be either: CSP, BMP (Bonded Medical Places) or Fee paying.
If you are only willing to be considered for a CSP or BMP place in the Doctor of Medicine, then you need only apply for this version of the course.
If you are willing to be considered for a Fee paying place in the Doctor of Medicine degree, you may also apply for the CBF version of this course.
Please note that transfer between fee types is not permitted once offers are made, so consider the types carefully when applying.
Basic and clinical neurosciences, biochemistry, human genetics, immunology, infectious disease, microbiology, molecular & cell biology, pathology, pharmacology, psychology, reproductive biology.
Biomedical Scientist, Research Assistant, Research Fellow, Biomedical Sales, Clinical Scientist, Medical Doctor.
Embedded 150 hours of industry relevant practical skills and experience.
Standalone Honours degree.
Refer to Notre Dame current fee information.
Refer to Notre Dame general admission criteria.
View all details of this course on the University of Notre Dame website.
2022 data not yet provided by the institution.
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