From 2021 we will deliver all four years of the graduate Doctor of Medicine degree from our established regional location in central NSW.
The redevelopment of Dubbo hospital, which includes the new Western Cancer Centre, plus brand new anatomy and medical sciences teaching facilities at the medical school will ensure the University of Sydney’s world-class medical program can be delivered to rural people interested in an exciting career in medicine without the need to relocate to the city.
Thinking of enrolling in medicine at the University of Sydney? From 2021, you can choose to undertake your degree at either the Camperdown campus in Sydney, or at our campus in Dubbo.
Here are some reasons why our Dubbo campus might be the right choice for you:
The University of Sydney has a long history of delivering medical education from our rural clinical school in Dubbo. It was established in 2001 as The School of Rural Health and it has been home to University of Sydney medical students on extended rural placements for more than 15 years.
In 2021, the current School of Rural Health campus will transform to become a new graduate school for medicine. With an investment of over $7 million in infrastructure alone, the campus will be adding a number of new facilities to complement the already impressive space. The new medical school will include:
Want to check out the campus? You'll find some great videos about student life in Dubbo here.
The Graduate Medical School Admissions Test (GAMSAT) forms part of the entry requirements for medicine. For enrolments in Doctor of Medicine commencing in 2021, prospective students can sit the GAMSAT in either September 2019 or March 2020. Find out more.
If you have any queries about the admissions process, please email our admission team at: email@example.com