What is the ATAR that I will need to get into medicine at Griffith?

The Doctor of Medicine (MD) at Griffith University is a Postgraduate Extended Masters (AQF level 9) program. As a graduate entry program, all applicants are to have completed or be in the final year of completing an undergraduate degree before they are eligible to apply.

If you are a school leaver you could consider seeking admission into our Medical Science program at either our Nathan or Gold Coast campus. This is a highly competitive program for high achieving school leavers and details of entry requirements, including ATAR for the previous year, can be found at the links provided above.

On graduation from the Bachelor of Medical Science program, with a GPA of 5 (or higher) and a minimum grade of Pass in the designated course, Human Skills for Medicine, students will move seamlessly into the Doctor of Medicine (MD) without the need to sit the GAMSAT or attend an interview.

Alternatively, because we accept and encourage graduates from all disciplines, you could apply for and complete any undergraduate program. Upon completion of your degree you would be required to sit the  GAMSAT and apply for admission to the MD program via GEMSAS.

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