Western Sydney School of Medicine has a strong commitment to improving rural health outcomes, with specific rural entry pathways and rural training opportunities throughout the curriculum.
INFORMATION FOR FUTURE STUDENTS
The Rural Entry Admission Scheme (REAS) offers a minimum of 15 places specifically for rural students to study medicine.
Alternatively, eligible students from rural areas may choose to apply through the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Alternate Entry Pathway instead.
General information about how to apply for the Doctor of Medicine is available on the School of Medicine website.
'GOING RURAL' FOR OUR ENROLLED STUDENTS
Once enrolled, all Doctor of Medicine students have many opportunities to explore medicine in rural areas.