Doctor of Medicine | Degree Finder (2022)

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Complete your medical journey

Building on the foundation laid in our Bachelor of Medical Studies, the Doctor of Medicine will complete your training as a practice-ready doctor.

The Medical program at the University of Adelaide has a six-year full-time duration which leads to the awards of Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine. Entry to the Doctor of Medicine is based on completion of the Bachelor of Medical Studies at the University of Adelaide.

What will you do?

This masters-level degree has a dual emphasis on high-level clinical and research skills.

You will undertake multiple placements in diverse settings, including primary care, rural hospitals, outreach clinics and more. And you’ll be encouraged to broaden your horizons by doing at least one placement interstate and/or overseas.

You’ll do internship rotations in medicine, emergency medicine, surgery and psychiatry, and have the opportunity to explore a discipline of particular interest in greater depth.

In the area of research, you’ll conduct two key projects in consultation with world-class University of Adelaide researchers: a minor project in year one, and major in year three.

You’ll graduate with the knowledge, skills and insight to:

  • Formulate and implement patients’ health management plans in consultation with other health professionals, patients, carers and communities
  • promote and optimise individuals’ and populations’ health and welfare
  • deliver safe, effective, collaborative and evidence-based health care.

You will also have a solid grounding in the non-clinical aspects of a medical career, such as practice management, entrepreneurship and working with industry. And you’ll have a firm grasp of medicine’s future, including the exciting possibilities of AI, gene therapy and personalised medicine.

Where could it take you?

Upon graduation you will have the confidence and capability to enhance health and wellbeing anywhere in the world. You could join a thriving metropolitan GP clinic. You might strengthen a busy regional hospital’s consulting team. Perhaps you’ll help close the health gap in Indigenous communities.

  • World Top 100 Medical School*

  • 15% industry growth predicted by 2025^

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  • 110 weeks of clinical placements across the medical program

*ARWU, 2021
^ Occupation Projection

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Entry Requirements

Please note: For programs including placements and/or study-related activities in settings where COVID-19 vaccination is mandatory, it is an inherent requirement that all students be fully vaccinated prior to undertaking the placement and/or study-related activity.
For our students who are studying offshore in 2022, the University will continue to offer high-quality access to the learning resources remotely for most programs. This includes all lectures, tutorials and other support material. Students will be advised in advance if there are course components that cannot be provided in remote mode and, wherever possible, offered alternative courses.
Please refer to the COVID-19 FAQ page for further information and a list of programs where in-person attendance is required.

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Selection Criteria

Graduate entry

How to Apply

This program does not accept direct entry applications. It is only available to students who have successfully completed the Bachelor of Medical Studies at the University of Adelaide. If you wish to apply for the Bachelor of Medical Studies, please refer to the Admissions Guide.

Fees and Scholarships

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Indicative annual tuition fees

Commonwealth-supported place: $11,800

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These scholarships, as well as many others funded by industry and non-profit organisations, are available topotential and currently enrolled students.

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Career Readiness

Upon completion of the medical degree, graduates are required to apply for provisional registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Provisional registration is required to undertake a 12 month internship which provides supervised clinical experience in an approved hospital.

After successful completion of the internship, graduates are eligible to apply to APHRA for general registration, allowing them to practise in Australia and New Zealand.

Internships are separate from the medical degree and the University of Adelaide does not facilitate internship placements. It is current practice that SA Health guarantees an intern placement for South Australian commonwealth-supported medical graduates. International medical graduates may need to complete an intern placement in their home country. Further information regarding internship allocations can be found on the SA Health Careers and SA Medical Education and Training website.

Adelaide Medical School graduates are well regarded in the industry for their knowledge and experience, and are in demand for positions in public hospitals, private practice, public health, teaching, clinical research, aid organisations, the defence forces and more. The full, wide range of medical career paths and options become apparent as students’ progress through the degree.

The University of Adelaide Careers Service prepares, inspires and empowers students to achieve successful career transitions and connect with industry.

Industry Placement

In years 4 to 6 of the medical program, which make-up the Doctor of Medicine, you will undertake full-time clinical placement in primary care, major hospitals and in rural South Australia. Year 4 placements will focus on general medicine and surgery, mental health, musculoskeletal, cancer and palliative care. Year 5 placements will focus on child health, obstetrics and gynaecology, general practice, geriatrics, anaesthesia, and you will have the opportunity to work in settings focused on Indigenous or disadvantaged people. Year 6 provides a comprehensive preparation for internship. You will rotate placements in surgery, medicine, psychiatry and emergency medicine. In the final year of the program you will also have an opportunity to explore an area of interest in greater depth with a nine-week placement locally, interstate or overseas and undertake a scholarly research project.

Students who undertake clinical placements, internships and research projects involving children, or people who are ill, elderly or vulnerable, must obtain the following clearances before attending clinical placement:

  • AHPRA student registration (undertaken on the student's behalf)
  • criminal history clearance and a national police clearance
  • immunisation
  • prescribed communicable infections screening
  • tuberculosis screening.

Please see the clinical placements page for more information. Students who do not meet the above requirements are at risk of not completing the degree, as placements are a compulsory component of the degree. For further information, visit: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.

Professional Accreditation

The Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine have been accredited under the existing accreditation of the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery by the Australian Medical Council (AMC).

Potential careers

Medical Researcher,Medical Scientist,Physiologist,Coroner,Psychiatrist,Immunologist,Doctor / Medical Practitioner,Surgeon

Degree Structure

The Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine is an integrated program. Combined, these degrees will equip you with the knowledge, skills and attributes that will enable you to practice as a medical doctor safely and effectively. Throughout all six years, there is a strong emphasis on scenario-based learning, evidence-based decision making and professional practice. You will learn in South Australia’s premier health education precinct, the Adelaide BioMed City, situated next door to the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and the new Royal Adelaide Hospital. You will be part of the eco-system of education, research and clinical care working together to create better health outcomes for individuals and communities.

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You will practice and refine your skills in our world-leading simulation facilities, the only simulation facilities in Australasia with accreditation by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare for excellence in learning and teaching. You will be taught by practising clinicians who are leaders in their field and learn from the best of the best.

Whilst you get clinical experience throughout the early years of the medical program, the final three years under the Doctor of Medicine are structured to ensure you are ready for the workforce and ready to practice as a medical doctor.

The Doctor of Medicine utilises situated learning during supervised clinical placements and parallel consulting to facilitate the development of clinical skills in history taking, physical examination, advanced communication, clinical diagnostic reasoning, patient consultation, and management. These clinical placements will occur across a range of primary care, rural, community-based, outreach, allied health, research institutes, regional and tertiary hospital settings, where you are an integral member of the health care team.

Building on what started in the Bachelor of Medical Studies, in year 4 you will continue to build your research skills, but a major focus will be the commencement of the full-time clinical placement.

In year 5, you will have the opportunity to choose from continuing to undertake a full-time clinical placement in Adelaide or undertake an extended longitudinal rural placement based in one of our six rural clinical sites.

In year 6, you will undertake a nine-week research placement and nine-weeks of elective professional placements. During the professional placement, you will have the option to choose the discipline of medicine most appealing—this placement may be undertaken locally, interstate or overseas.

Related Degrees

Entry into our integrated medical degree is highly competitive. Applicants who are strongly motivated towards a career in the health field may wish to consider applying for other health-related undergraduate degrees offered by the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, such as:

  • Bachelor of Medical Studies
  • Bachelor of Dental Surgery
  • Bachelor of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Health and Medical Sciences (Advanced)
  • Bachelor of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Oral Health
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science


  • Honours Degree of Bachelor of Health and Medical Sciences


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Can I get into medicine with a * AB? ›

To include Chemistry together with either Biology, Physics or Mathematics and a third academic subject. Alternatively A*AB also accepted but the A*A grades must include Chemistry together with either Biology, Physics or Maths; and a B grade required in the third academic subject.

How do you know if you'd make a good doctor? ›

If you can identify with these 6 signs, there's a good chance you'll be a phenomenal physician.
  1. 1 | Resilience. The first trait is a keystone of sorts. ...
  2. 2 | Adaptability. ...
  3. 3 | Confident but Humble. ...
  4. 4 | Emotional Intelligence. ...
  5. 5 | Compassion. ...
  6. 6 | Work Ethic.
1 Sept 2022

What is the easiest medical doctorate degree? ›

Least Competitive Medical Specialties
  1. Family Medicine. Average Step 1 Score: 215.5. ...
  2. Psychiatry. Average Step 1 Score: 222.8. ...
  3. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Average Step 1 Score: 224.2. ...
  4. Pediatrics. Average Step 1 Score: 225.4. ...
  5. Pathology. Average Step 1 Score: 225.6. ...
  6. Internal Medicine (Categorical)
20 May 2021

Which degree is best for doctor? ›

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) is one of the predominant medical graduate degrees for becoming a doctor. Approximately every candidate having a thought of medical courses, their first choice is to opt for MBBS as a medical course.

Can I do medicine without maths? ›

chemistry, biology and either maths or physics (or both) will keep all the medical schools open to you. if you don't take maths or physics but do take chemistry and biology, it will keep open the vast majority.

Can you get into med school with a C+? ›

Getting a C+ is not a red flag for medical school.

Your poor first MCAT score is not a red flag by itself. If you've done well the second time, then it's not a red flag. If you take the MCAT back to back or even with some period in between and you get the same score, or worse, that is a potential red flag.

How smart is the average doctor? ›

The average I.Q. of a doctor is approximately 125. Studies have determined that a doctor's I.Q. will normally fall within the 110-130 range, putting them into the 'high average' and 'superior' Wechsler classifications. The average I.Q.

What is the average grades of a doctor? ›

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) reported an average GPA for medical school of 3.60 across all applicants for the 2021-2022 application cycle.

Is becoming a doctor very hard? ›

Becoming a doctor can sometimes be a challenging process since it requires years of study, but the result of the years of effort and study is often worth it.

Which doctor is the hardest to become? ›

Apart from the top 5 specialties mentioned above, Interventional Radiology, Radiation Oncology, Vascular Surgery, General Surgery and Med/Peds are among the most difficult domains to become a doctor.

What is the fastest doctor degree? ›

Its Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) is one of the quickest programs in the university that only takes 2 years with 33 credits for completion. Another accelerated online program is Ph. D. in Education Management that can be completed in 2.5 years with 66-degree credits.

What is the highest paid DR? ›

According to the latest statistics, physicians working in the orthopedics specialty are the highest earning doctors in the US, with an average annual income of US$511K.

Which doctor degree is best for girl? ›

Top 7 Doctors A Woman Needs
  • General Physician. A general physician is a family doctor. ...
  • Obstetrician. Most gynaecologists are also obstetricians and can assist you during pregnancy. ...
  • Dermatologist. ...
  • Ophthalmologist. ...
  • Dentist.
1 Mar 2022

Who can write Dr Before name? ›

The Ethics Committee of the Council decided that the title “Doctor” may be used by the registered medical practitioners in the modern medicine, Ayurveda, Homeopathy and Unani. No other group of workers in the field of medical profession whethernursing or para-medical staff should use the title “Doctor”.

Which field in medical is best? ›

  • General practice. Many doctors choose this specialty today to make a long-term impact on someone's life. ...
  • Pediatrics. ...
  • Radiology. ...
  • Ophthalmology. ...
  • Sports medicine and rehabilitation. ...
  • Oncology. ...
  • Dermatology. ...
  • Emergency Medicine.
24 Mar 2020

How many years does it take to study medicine? ›

The common field in Medicine at the universities is the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) degree which takes about six years to complete. The six years of study focuses mostly on medical theory though every now and then students will be placed at hospitals for observation.

What is the most important subject for doctors? ›

Biology. Biology is one of the most common majors for those who want to pursue a medical career, especially aspiring physicians and surgeons. According to the BLS, 48.7 percent of all physicians and surgeons employed in 2015 chose biology as their undergraduate major [1].

What subjects are in medicine? ›

Program Overview
  • Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Biochemistry.
  • Community Health.
  • Psychiatry and Medical Practice.
  • Preventive Medicine.
  • Pathology.
  • Microbiology and Parasitology.
  • Pharmacology.

What is the lowest GPA you can have for medical school? ›

Most medical schools set a cap at a 3.0 GPA. Generally, a low GPA is less than a school's 75th or 80th percentile. You can also review your chosen school's average GPA for accepted students. If your GPA is more than 0.3 points below that average, you can assume the school will consider it low.

Can I still go to medical school if I failed a class? ›

Do people get accepted into medical school even though they have failed a course or two in the past? Yes. It's all about demonstrating improvement. The most important thing you can do is to learn from the experience and improve.

What can I do if my GPA is low for medical school? ›

How to get into medical school with a low GPA:
  1. Do a postbac to show an upward trend in grades.
  2. Get a high MCAT score to show academic competency.
  3. Have consistent, meaningful clinical experience.
  4. Tell a compelling story in your personal statement.
  5. Contact adcom members so they know you.

Which doctors are the smartest? ›

Internal Medicine:

When society generally thinks of doctors, they are thinking of internists. They are often the smartest and most well- rounded physicians due to the breadth of knowledge they (along with family medicine physicians) often carry.

Are medical students intelligent? ›

Most of your peers will be very intelligent. Medical students represent an extremely limited selection of people your age and they will tend to be both very capable and hard working.

What is the average IQ of a med student? ›

The average Full Scale I.Q. of the medical students across the number of studies was 125, similar to the I.Q.'s of physicians at that time.

Can I still be a doctor with a low GPA? ›

While perfect grades are not required for medical school admission, premeds "would want to be in the mid-3.0 range and higher to feel relatively competitive," Grabowski says. Still, it is possible to get into med school with a mediocre or low GPA.

What is a passing grade in medical? ›

A “Pass” grade has an average cutoff percentage grade of 68%. This means that all students who earn a cumulative grade of 68% or more get a final grade of “Pass” on their transcript. A “Fail” grade requires students to retake the course before advancing.

Can you become a doctor with low grades? ›

Applicants can get into medicine with low grades by studying medicine with a gateway year, studying graduate entry medicine or studying medicine abroad. Retaking exams is an option to improve your academic profile while clearing is a high risk opportunity for last minute offers.

Is 27 too old for medical school? ›

The average graduating age is 28, but it's never too late to go to med school. Non-traditional applicants often fear it may be too late to attend medical school. It's important to know there is no age limit to attending medical school. You can become a doctor at any age.

Can I become a doctor at 30? ›

There is no age limit for medical school. You can become a doctor in your 30s, 40s, 50s, and even 60s. In the end, medical schools want students who will make good physicians.

Can you become a doctor at 25? ›

There are many aspiring physicians who wonder if becoming a doctor later in life is a realistic option. After all, how old is too old for medical school? Truthfully, you can pursue a medical degree at any point in life. In fact, student demographics have changed over the years.

What is the rarest type of doctor? ›

Top 10 Rarest Types of Doctors
  • Geriatric Medicine Specialists.
  • Hospice and Palliative Medicine Specialists.
  • Physiatrists.
  • Podiatrists.
  • Sleep Medicine Specialists.
  • Hyperbaric Physicians.
  • Neonatologists.
  • Perinatologists.
21 Sept 2018

What is the most stressful doctor job? ›

For the most stressful medical job, the highest percentages of burnout occurred among these medical specialties: Critical care: 48 percent.

Which doctor works less hours? ›

Of note, allergy and immunology physicians also spend the least amount of time on paperwork and administrative tasks out of any specialty on our list, at just 14.6 hours per week. For perspective, this is a similar amount of time to dermatology, which is known for being one of the best lifestyle specialties.

Can you become a doctor in 2 years? ›

Doctors must complete a four-year undergraduate program, along with four years in medical school and three to seven years in a residency program to learn the specialty they chose to pursue. In other words, it takes between 10 to 14 years to become a fully licensed doctor.

Can you become a doctor in 3 years? ›

Doctors in the UK can train for up to 16 years.

It usually takes 4-6 years to earn a medical degree, 2 years to complete your foundation course, and then 3-8 years of specialist training. While it depends on your specialty and the programs you study, you can generally expect more than 10 years of medical training.

Can I do PhD in 2 years? ›

A select group of students complete their PhDs in two years, while a tiny number of elite students can get it done in 12 months. It's hard to overstate how rare and impressive this is, but it is always a possibility. The key to a fast-track PhD is building up a strong academic CV before you even start.

Who is lowest paid doctor? ›

4 | Pediatrics

It should be noted that pediatricians have the lowest annual salary out of any specialty on our list; however, they also work fewer hours than most specialties. The biggest draw for pediatrics is that you get to work with children and adolescents.

Is a surgeon higher than a doctor? ›

All surgeons must first qualify as doctors, so they will have a basic medical degree which includes the principles of medicine and surgery. The title of this degree varies according to the university attended.

Who do female doctors marry? ›

Female physicians and surgeons are most likely to marry male physicians and surgeons. Male physicians and surgeons are most likely to marry female physicians and surgeons. Female lawyers and judges are most likely to marry male lawyers and judges.

What age can a female doctor marry? ›

(26-27). A few wait until post grad is completed and then take the plunge (29 -30 yrs). still a select few may plan to get into super specialization (30-31 yrs). Why do doctors not prefer to marry other professional people?

Who is better doctor male or female? ›

An article in the Journal of the American Medical Association analyses the differences between being taken care of by male and female physicians. It emphatically states that elderly hospitalised patients who receive care from a female physician have lower mortality and readmission rates.

How do you get the title Dr? ›

A doctoral degree (PhD) is a degree that one earns after a master's degree. A PhD entitles a person to use the title doctor.

Can I add Dr to my name? ›

Use of Dr or Doctor as a prefix to a name should be limited to only the medical doctors. Medical doctors examine, diagnose and treat patients. Becoming a medical doctor requires a doctoral degree in medicine and participating in clinical training.

Can pharmacist use Dr? ›

D/Pharm. D (Post Baccalaureate) from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India u/s 12 of the Pharmacy Act, 1948. In view of above, it is requested to use the prefix “Dr.” before the name of the candidate while awarding the degree of Doctor of Pharmacy under regulation 18 of the Pharm. D.

Which is the easiest field in doctor? ›

The specialty that is probably the easiest to become would be a general practice doctor. They can work anywhere they want and can change whenever they want. They are trained in every field that a person can need medical treatment for.

How old is the youngest doctor in the world? ›

17 years, 294 days

Which is the most easy field in doctor? ›

Least Competitive Medical Specialties
  1. Family Medicine. Average Step 1 Score: 215.5. ...
  2. Psychiatry. Average Step 1 Score: 222.8. ...
  3. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Average Step 1 Score: 224.2. ...
  4. Pediatrics. Average Step 1 Score: 225.4. ...
  5. Pathology. Average Step 1 Score: 225.6. ...
  6. Internal Medicine (Categorical)
20 May 2021

Do u need the A * in bio for medicine? ›

What are the Grades to be achieved in A- Level Subjects for Medicine? Top most universities require that the students should score A* grade in Biology and Chemistry in the A- Level Subjects. They have to secure A grade in Physics and Maths in A- Level Subjects.

Does A * AB count as AAA? ›

Whilst A*AB is the same as AAA in terms of UCAS points (a score of 144), universities are under no obligation to accept candidates with grades that don't match their entry requirements. To understand the system better, it's worth explaining how UCAS points are calculated.

Can I still get into an Ivy League with AB? ›

Can you get into the Ivy League with mostly A's and a couple of B's? Yes, you can get into top schools with some B's, but it depends on the rest of your academic profile. And you should be asking yourself a few different questions about your high school GPA for a better understanding of your chances.

Can you get to medical school with a B? ›

No B's are not bad at all. To be considered for medical school you just need at least a 3.5 GPA. And even if you do get a few B's, take some upper division courses and Ace them. GPA and MCAT score are the usual cutoffs but its the reason WHY you want to be a doctor that is more compelling than just grades.

Is a D in bio passing? ›

Technically, a 'D' is passing, but it's a sort of a we-don't-really-mean-it pass. A grudging pass, or perhaps a mercy pass.

How many students get A * in biology? ›

The proportion reaching the top grades has decreased, with 6.6 per cent getting an A*, down from 7.4 per cent last year, and 23.5 per cent getting an A or A*, down from 25.3 per cent in 2018. This year, 95.9 per cent passed the course, down from 96.5 per cent last year.

Is 3 A-levels enough for medicine? ›

Students take at least three A-levels (not including resits), and most medical school offers will be a minimum of AAA. Taking four A-levels may be a way to demonstrate your academic ability, but don't take on more than three if the extra A-level will impinge on how well you can perform.

Can you get into Oxford with A * AA? ›

Offers for Oxford places are between A*A*A and AAA at A-level, depending on the course. (See course pages.) See a list of Oxford courses with conditional offers including at least one A*.

Do Oxford accept lower grades? ›

To apply to Oxford, students would need to have completed, or be studying for, at least 120 points at stage 1 or above, in appropriate subjects. We would expect students to be performing at the highest level, with at least pass grade 2.

Is BBB good at a-level? ›

Pupils predicted BBB at A-level are generally regarded as strong university candidates.

What is the easiest Ivy League school to get into? ›

1. What's the easiest Ivy League school to get into? While all Ivy League schools have a low acceptance rate, Cornell University has the highest acceptance rate among them. Cornell's acceptance rate is 11%, but try not to get too hung up on the numbers.

Has anyone got into all 8 Ivy League schools? ›

Florida teen Ashley Adirika, 17, has been accepted to all eight Ivy League schools, and a few more, CNN reported. The eight Ivy League schools are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University.

Does Harvard accept B students? ›

Does Harvard Accept B Students? Yes, just like I mentioned above, it's completely possible to get admitted into Harvard University with B grades. Admissions are not reserved only for straight-A students.

What's the lowest GPA for medical school? ›

What is considered a low GPA for medical school? Many medical schools have a cut-off for GPAs below 3.0. The average GPA at most MD medical schools ranges from about 3.7 to 3.9. The average GPA at most DO medical schools ranges from about 3.4 to 3.6.

Is a 3.0 GPA too low for medical school? ›

While perfect grades are not required for medical school admission, premeds "would want to be in the mid-3.0 range and higher to feel relatively competitive," Grabowski says. Still, it is possible to get into med school with a mediocre or low GPA.


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