Boost your chances of a place in grad entry medicine

Boost your chances of a place in grad entry medicine


Studying biomedical
science, physiotherapy, pharmacy or science at Monash and thinking about
applying to do medicine? Did you know that if you’ve
spent five consecutive years or a total of 10 years living outside a major Australian city, then your chances of
getting into the course may be boosted via a
special Rural Entry Scheme. That’s almost anywhere
outside a major metro city. Even places like Hobart, Darwin,
and Ballarat are eligible. If that sounds like you, then we want to hear from you
and potentially interview you. Your academic results and situational judgement
test are important, but the interview is just as important. And this scheme can boost your chances of getting an invitation to an interview. Because we’re looking for
more than perfect marks. We’re looking for people
with different experiences, different outlooks. The scheme is called The Dean’s Rural List and it’s designed for people like you. People with a background
outside a big city. If you’re interested in applying, there are a couple of
things you need to do. First, get your application for the graduate entry
MD course in on time. Then we’ll email you an invitation to apply for the Dean’s Rural List. You have about three weeks, so make sure you get onto
it as soon as you see it. Even if you applied for a SEAS adjustment for your current course,
you’re still eligible to apply for the Dean’s Rural List for the MD. Then if you meet the entry requirements, we will ask you to come
in for an interview in early September. Based on this interview, the situational judgement test
and your academic results, you could be receiving an offer to enter the Monash MD
course by mid-December.

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