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Flinders University

How can NIE help you with getting into a medical degree at Flinders University:

UCAT – To be eligible for the undergraduate pathway into medicine, applicants will need to sit the UCAT and achieve a competitive score. NIE works in partnership with Kaplan who is the world leader in UCAT preparation resources. We also offer intensive UCAT preparation workshops, personal UCAT training and hardcopy UCAT preparation textbooks. For the full list of UCAT preparation resources click here....

GAMSAT Medical Interviews– To be eligible for the postgraduate pathway into medicine, applicants will need to sit the GAMSAT. Following the achievement of a competitive score, applicants will be offered a postgraduate medical interview. NIE offers a Medical Interview Techniques Manual which students find absolutely essential tool for GAMSAT Interview / Oral Assessment preparation. For those who feel that they would like an extra edge and complete training, NIE also offers personalised one-on-one mock interviews and coaching with personalised feedback and university-specific training sessions. 

NOTE: Information in relation to Flinders’ courses have been extracted from the Flinders’ University official website. For more detailed and up-to-date information about the courses and programs please visit the Flinders’ University website …

Degree Bachelor of Clinical Sciences, Doctor of Medicine
Campus locations Bedford Park Campus, Adelaide
South Australia
Duration 6 Years Full-time
Start Date February
Entry requirements for the Undergraduate pathway 

An applicant's entry score is created by combining ATAR (90%) and UCAT ANZ derived score (10%). UCAT ANZ derived scores are based on results from five sections (equally weighted).

ATAR: 95+
Subject prerequisites: none specified

UCAT: Applicants must also complete the University Clinical Aptitude Test for Australia and New Zealand (UCAT ANZ). Final ranking for a place is determined by combining scores from the applicant's Year 12 subject results that are used to calculate the ATAR (or equivalent) and their UCAT results.

It is expected that applicants will need to achieve an ATAR of 95 or above (after the addition of any relevant adjustment factors) to be competitive for a place. Ranking for offers of places will be based on a rank combining Year 12 subject results (90%) and a UCAT ANZ-derived score (10%), which will be based on results from five sections of the UCAT ANZ test (Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning and Situational Judgment), with each section equally contributing to the UCAT ANZ-derived score.

Interview: Flinders University, does not conduct an interview for entry into their Undergraduate pathway into medicine. However, if you are applying for Flinders University Postgraduate Medical Pathway via sitting the GAMSAT, then you will need to undergo an MMI process at Flinders University medical faculty. Applicants shortlisted for Flinders University medical interviews are usually notified from mid to late August. Flinders University medical Interview dates can vary slightly from one year to another, but they are usually conducted between about 20 September to very early October. Final offers are normally made from late October and may be made right up until the commencement of the course in February to fill available places.

Number of places Medicine: 30 Domestic and 36 International
Additional information For detailed information about the application process and up-to-date course admission guides, please visit Flinders University medicine page.

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