Application requirements

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

If you’re looking to apply for our Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) course, please refer to the MBBS Admissions Guide before completing your application.

The MBBS Admissions Guide contains information about admission criteria, requirements and eligibility. It is imperative that applicants familiarise themselves with the guide to ensure they understand the requirements of the admission and application process.

2020 Admissions Guide (updated 16/12/2019)

The Curtin Medical School will also be operating to an amended schedule for the 2020 intake, please refer to the critical information sheet for further information.

Critical information for students applying to the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery in 2020: TISC 2020 Critical Information Summary

In addition, applicants should be aware that medicine can be a demanding profession, with a number of inherent [.pdf 972KB] and professional [.pdf 166KB] requirements for students.

Note as a requirement of the MBBS, students are expected to undertake clinical placements, working directly with patients. As part of eligibility, students are required to obtain clearance in several areas. Please refer to the MBBS Admissions Guide.

Applicants may be required to provide additional supporting documentation with their application. The additional forms are now available to download below.

Rural background and equity form
An additional application form will be required for rural background entry and equity entry. This form is to be submitted directly to the Curtin Medical School.

Rural and Equity application form [.pdf 258kB]

Indigenous Entry Applications
Indigenous entry applications are by application to the Centre for Aboriginal Studies and applicants must meet the minimum admission criteria set out in the form.

Indigenous Entry application form [.pdf 279kB]

Predicted ATAR form
For school leavers, a predicted ATAR form is to be provided by their secondary school principal.

Predicted ATAR form [.pdf 121kB]

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