Services and resources offered by NIE to assist with WSU entry requirements into relevant medical courses
Please note: The National Institute of Education is a privately run organisation and we are in no way associated or affiliated with Western Sydney University. Our primary mission statement is to provide NIE clients with the most up-to-date information, advise, educational & training services, and resources in order to assist them with their journey into medical degrees across all Australian and New Zealand Universities.
The MMI interview offers for Medicine at Western Sydney University will be based on the results of your UCAT. Over the past 23 years, NIE has helped hundreds of successful applicants to become better prepared for their medical and dental admission interviews. We offer a range of intensive and highly effective interview preparation programs to best prepare you for the Western Sydney University WSU Medical MMI Interviews.
Interview Preparation Workshop
Confidence Development Strategy Webinar for Medical Interviews
Personalised 1-on-1 preparation for interviews
UCAT preparation courses and books
Important: Following information has been adapted from Western Sydney University's website on October 2021. We highly recommend that you visit Western Sydney University Medical School Page for the most up-to-date and more comprehensive information about their programs.
|Degree ||Doctor of Medicine (MD) |
|Campus locations ||WSU Campus, Campbelltown |
New South Wales
|Duration ||5 Years Full-time |
|Start Date ||February |
|Entry requirements ||Providing that the applicant meets the academic requirements threshold, the final rankings for the MD will be based on interview performance (75%) and UCAT ANZ Scores (25%). |
ATAR: 95.5+ (93.5 Western Sydney and rural applicants) or IB score of 38+ (35+ rural)
Tertiary students: Current tertiary students are eligible to apply. Please visit CSU website for more details.
Subject prerequisites: none specified
Recommended studies: Chemistry
UCAT: Applicants must sit the allocated aptitude test. The level of achievement the University requires will vary each year, determined by the performance of all applicants competing for a place in the MD course and will not be disclosed.
Interview: If you are invited to interview, you will be asked to complete two brief statements in response to the Medical Admissions Questionnaire (MAQ). Your statement will be used to inform some interview questions. Interviews will be offered to those who meet both academic and UCAT ANZ thresholds. The WSU / CSU interview is a Multistation Mini Interview (MMI). This involves the applicant being asked a series of questions; each question is asked by a separate interviewer in a separate interview station. Applicants will have approximately eight minutes to respond to the question before being asked to move to the next interview station.
Western Sydney University medicine interview dates:
Invitation for WSU / CSU JMP Medicine interviews are issued from late October toearly November. The interviews are conducted in late November in both WSU Campbelltown and CSU Orange Campuses. CSU tends to conduct its interviews first in Orange starting mid November followed by WSU interviews in Campbelltown a week or so later (usually starting around 20-22nd November)
|Number of places ||Medicine: 98 domestic and 19 international (includes both CSU & WSU) |
|Additional information ||For detailed information about the application process and up to date course admission guides, please visit Western Sydney University's official website. |