Curtin Medical School
Please note: The 2018 Admissions Guide will be available soon from our application requirements page.
The Curtin Medical School offers school leavers a five-year, direct-entry medicine degree.
Commencing in 2017, the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery will be the only undergraduate entry program in Western Australia.
It will have a strong emphasis on primary care, which will position graduates well for rural and remote practice, as well as outer suburban locations, where there is an acute shortage of doctors.
The school is part of the Faculty of Health Sciences and was approved by the Australian federal government in 2015.
The Australian Medical Council and the Medical Board of Australia have now confirmed that the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) medical program of the Curtin Medical School is accredited through to 2023 and provides qualifications for the purposes of registration in the medical profession.