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As a graduate of the combined Medicine and Surgery degree (MBBS), you'll be more than just highly skilled; you'll be ready for your internship and further specialist training.
Based on a curriculum that is tailored to the Western Sydney area context as well as providing opportunities to experience rural medical practice, the program combines problem-based learning and intensive clinical practice with leading research.
You will learn your skills using state-of-the-art equipment and learning spaces, including a new technologically-enhanced anatomy laboratory, and clinical schools located at hospitals and communities in Western Sydney and across NSW.
Graduates are eligible for registration by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), and may be able to apply for registration in overseas countries.
You will experience hospital environments from the very first week of your studies, and learn from some of Australia's most experienced and respected medical practitioners and researchers. You can be sure you are fully prepared to enter the real world of medicine upon completion of your degree.
|Bachelor of Medical Research||Campbelltown||1F / 2P||N/A|
|Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery||Campbelltown||5F||NA|
Key : F = Full time study, P = Part time study, A = Accelerated full time study
Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes.
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