The St George and Sutherland Clinical School Research in Progress Meetings, are a lunchtime research seminar open to researchers, students, UNSW and St George Hospital staff and any interested members of the public.
If pursuing a career in Medicine is what you've always dreamed of and maybe studying close to home and close to family, then make sure you don't miss the UNSW Rural Clinical School Medicine Information Evening.
We’re one of the few universities in Australia that offers a Medicine degree at an undergraduate level. This means you can enter straight from high school. From your first year, you'll be immersed in learning in our state-of-the-art campuses and within the health system in local hospitals allowing you to get hands-on experience to develop your clinical skills. Learning from our passionate rural clinicians in clinical environments ensures that you'll be able to apply course content to real-world situations.
This evening provides a general overview of the UNSW Medicine degree, information on our Rural Entry Scheme covering the application, interview and admissions process, and some really great insights from staff and students about the learning and social benefits of choosing to study at a Rural Clinical School campus.
Finally, it’s a good opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have about the Medicine degree, the School's rural campuses in Albury-Wodonga, Coffs Harbour, Griffith, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga, and anything else that you might want to ask as we go through the presentation.
The UNSW Medicine degree is a world-class degree and attendance at this event is normally limited to Year 12 students (and their parents), however in the current COVID-19 environment we are extending the invitation to Year 10 and 11 students as well, so register now and be part of this exciting Medicine Information evening ‘live’ stream from the UNSW Rural Clinical School.