University of Wollongong
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Build a solid foundation towards graduate medicine, dentistry, veterinary studies, optometry, podiatry, physiotherapy or pharmacy when you study pre-medicine, science and health at UOW. You will study core foundational topics in anatomy, biology, chemistry, exercise physiology, and nutrition as you explore core content and develop real-world skills.
What does it take to be a successful health practitioner? How does medical research support patient outcomes? On completion, you will be able to answer these questions and more as you enter a career in health and medicine.
You'll benefit by learning from recognised and passionate leaders in their fields.
You will learn core fundamentals across practical, theoretical and contextual subjects in the first year of your degree before deciding which major/minor disciplines to focus on from the second year. You will explore core content for medical school entry including academic literacy, critical thinking skills and an understanding of what it takes to be a successful health practitioner.
You'll be immersed in practical, hands-on learning during your capstone subject where you will meaningfully integrate your studies using case-based learning.
Throughout this degree, you will gain hands-on experience in the community and make meaningful professional connections.
Biomedical research, exercise science, medical science, molecular medicine or nutrition.
Progression to postgraduate medical degrees. Graduates can apply for admission to medical schools in the Graduate Australian Medical School Admission Test consortium. Students can also undertake specialised graduate study in other health, medical and scientific fields. Depending on which major you choose, this course also leads to a wide range of other postgraduate study or professional career options in the physical and life sciences, allied health or health informatics.
Students will have access to modern purpose-built teaching and research facilities including our human anatomy and clinical learning labs.
Assumed knowledge: Mathematics Advanced, any 2 units of science. Bridging courses in Biology and Chemistry are offered in February each year.
Recommended studies: Biology, Chemistry.
Refer to UOW general admission criteria.
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