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Thursday, May 31st, 2018

Join us for the Study in Australia Fairs this weekend

Can you picture yourself in a great career? What do you need to get there? Join us at one of our upcoming Study in Australia Fairs this weekend to meet us and Australian university representatives to find out more about your study options—no matter what your interest!

Join us for the Study in Australia Fairs this weekend

Find out more about the Study in Australia Fairs!

The annual OzTREKK Study in Australia Fairs will be hosted in Toronto and Vancouver, and it is the largest specific fair of its kind in Canada.

Toronto

Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Time: 12  – 3 p.m.
Venue: Hilton Toronto, Osgoode Room, 3rd floor

Vancouver

Date: Sunday, June 3, 2018
Time:  12  – 3 p.m.
Venue: UBC Robson Square, Plaza Lounge

No RSVP required—just come along with friends and family!

Do you have questions about admissions tests, GPA requirements, interviews, financing, scholarships, accreditation? You have questions and we’re here to answer them!

Australian universities only visit a few times a year, so this is a must-not-miss event.

Programs to Learn About

At the fairs, you will be able to find out more information about the following study opportunities in Australia:

…plus many more programs.

Want more details? For more information, contact OzTREKK at 1-866-698-7355 or email info@oztrekk.com. Hope to see you there!

Friday, August 23rd, 2013

UQ Medical School introduces new leadership roles

This past spring, the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Queensland has established three pivotal clinical leadership roles to lead clinical education, research and academic activities within partner teaching hospitals.

University of Queensland Medical School

Learn more about UQ Medical School and their clinical school placements

The positions include Associate Dean (Clinical) at faculty level and two new heads of clusters within the UQ Medical School to cover UQ’s Northern and Southwestern clusters of clinical schools and teaching hospitals in South East Queensland. Establishing the positions was a key recommendation from the Clinical Schools Working Party Report. Faculty of Health Sciences Executive Dean Professor Nicholas Fisk said the appointments introduced in March will enhance the faculty’s world-class standards in clinical teaching and clinical research.

“Ensuring the next generation of health professionals receives the highest standard of clinical training and increasing research collaboration in clinical areas will directly impact the health of the community and are focal objectives of these roles,” Professor Fisk said.

“These roles should drive a more robust clinical school model, with more senior representation both on the ground and within the faculty and university, underpinning its core importance to our clinical teaching and clinical research effort,” Professor Fisk said, adding that they are very pleased with the high calibre of appointees they recruited for the positions.

Associate Dean (Clinical): Professor Gerald Holtmann
This senior role, positioned alongside the Associate Dean (Academic) and Associate Dean (Research) at faculty level, is intended to oversee multidisciplinary clinical engagement across schools and clinical schools in the Faculty of Health Sciences. Professor Holtmann has had a distinguished career as a physician  scientist in Australia and Germany, with more than 200 publications including articles in The Lancet and The New England Journal of Medicine, and has also been CEO of the University Hospital of Essen in Germany. He is currently Director of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Head of UQ’s Southwestern Clinical School Cluster: Professor Darrell Crawford
This role will provide leadership and direction across all clinical schools within the cluster including Princess Alexandra, Mater, Greenslopes, QEII and Ipswich hospitals. Professor Crawford is currently the acting Head of the UQ Medical School. He is a leading hepatologist and clinical scientist and, until recently, was Head of the Clinical School at Greenslopes Private Hospital and Head of the Discipline of Medicine at UQ and made major contributions to the School of Medicine over recent years.

Head of UQ’s Northern Clinical School Cluster: Professor Leonie Callaway

This role will provide leadership and direction across all clinical schools within the cluster environment, including those at Royal Brisbane and Women’s, Prince Charles, Nambour, Redcliffe, Caboolture, Wesley and St Andrew’s hospitals. Professor Leonie Callaway is an obstetric physician whose research and clinical focus is on obesity and medical disorders during pregnancy. She has been Head of the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital Clinical School since 2007.

About UQ Medical School

UQ School of Medicine is known as Australia’s Global Medical School. It conducts a four-year graduate-entry medical program, the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). The MBBS program is designed to produce global doctors who are able to meet today’s challenges. The curriculum has been planned to capture the enthusiasm and maturity of its graduate entrants and help them develop into highly skilled medical graduates capable of entering the wide variety of career options open to them worldwide.

Entry Requirements for the UQ Medical Program

Offers will be made to eligible applicants on a “rolling admissions,” first-come, first-served basis.

  • Completed degree (bachelor, master, PhD)
  • GPA equivalent to 5.0 on UQ’s 7.0 scale
  • MCAT score (minimum 8/8/8 or 8/8/M/8) or GAMSAT score (minimum of 50 in each section)
  • Compulsory consultative meeting with the UQ Medical School

Applications are still open for the 2014 intake!

Apply now to the UQ Medical School!

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Find out more about the UQ Medical School and other medical schools in Australia. Contact OzTREKK for the latest information about medical school at Australian universities. Email OzTREKKs Australian Medical Schools Admissions Officer Broghan Dean at broghan@oztrekk.com, or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

Monday, August 19th, 2013

Why Canadians like Monash University Medical School

Yes, there are medical schools in Canada. So why study in Melbourne, Australia?

Monash University Medical School

Learn more about Monash Medical School

Australia is an exciting country with a rich international culture. In the Australian state of Victoria, 45 per cent of people were born overseas, or have a parent who was born overseas. In Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, you will hear people speak more than 150 different languages. Melbourne was ranked “World’s No. 1 Most Liveable City” by the Economist Intelligence Unit 2012 for the second consecutive year. The August 2012 Report rated Melbourne as the ideal  destination thanks to a widespread availability of goods and services, low personal risk and an effective infrastructure.

Although Monash University is barely 50 years old, the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences is ranked at 33 in the Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health Universities category of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

In 2013, the authoritative QS rankings placed Monash University‘s medical program at 29 worldwide. Monash is also the only Australian university represented within the prestigious M8 Alliance of academic health centres and medical universities. This elite grouping includes Johns Hopkins University in the United States, Imperial College London, the Sorbonne in Paris the Charité in Berlin and Université de Montréal among others. Monash University Medical School is  highly prominent at the pre-eminent global forum for global health, the annual World Health Summit in Berlin that sets the future direction for health care policy and public health.

Monash University Medical School offers a five year, direct entry, undergraduate medical course compared with the minimum of seven years for an accelerated program in Canada. This course is only offered to students that have not undertaken any university study. Applicants with a bachelor degree in any field degree are eligible to apply for our graduate entry Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). The graduate entry MBBS is a four year course delivered at the Gippsland Medical School.

Check out our other blogs about Monash University Medical School

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Learn more about Monash University Medical School and about other Australian Medical Schools. Contact OzTREKK Medical Schools Admissions Officer Broghan Dean for more information. Email Broghan at broghan@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355. Find out how you can study in Australia!

Friday, August 16th, 2013

University of Queensland Medical School info session in Toronto

This coming Tuesday, Aug. 20, University of Queensland Medical School representatives along with OzTREKK Director Matt Miernik will be in Toronto to showcase the popular Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program at UQ. If you are wondering what it’s like to attend an Australian medical school, this is a fantastic opportunity to find out more about UQ‘s amazing medical program!

University of Queensland Medical School

Find out more about the University of Queensland Medical School

Canadian students interested in studying medicine at the UQ Medical School can learn more about the world-renowned program. Everyone is welcome and there’s no RSVP required!

Event Details

Location: Toronto
Date: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Time: 6 – 7 p.m.
Venue: South Dining Room, Hart House, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
Map: http://tiny.cc/harthouse
RSVP: No RSVP required—just come along. Family and friends most welcome!

This information session is a wonderful opportunity to find out more about the medical program at the University of Queensland:

  • Admissions requirements
  • Program structure
  • Application deadlines
  • Clinical rotations
  • Medical licensing
  • Accreditation
  • What happens when you return to Canada after completing the medical program at UQ.

About the University of Queensland Medical School

The University of Queensland Medical School offers a four-year, graduate-entry medical program, the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).

Designed to produce doctors able to meet the challenges of the new century, the curriculum captures the enthusiasm and maturity of its graduate entrants and help them develop into highly skilled medical graduates capable of entering the wide variety of career options open to them.

Entry Requirements for the UQ Medical Program

Offers will be made to eligible applicants on a rolling admissions, first-come, first-served basis.

  • Completed degree (Bachelor, Master, PhD)
  • GPA equivalent to 5.0 on UQ’s 7.0 scale
  • MCAT score (minimum 8/8/8 or 8/8/M/8) or GAMSAT score (minimum of 50 in each section)
  • Compulsory consultative meeting with the UQ Medical School

Applications are still open to the University of Queensland Medical School. If you submit your application via OzTREKK , UQ waives the $100 AUD application fee!

Apply now to UQ Medical School!

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Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Medical Schools Admissions Officer Broghan Dean at any time to assist you with your University of Queensland Medical School application, or to answer any questions you may have regarding medical school in Australia. Email Broghan at broghan@oztrekk.com, or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

 

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

UQ Medical School information session tomorrow in Vancouver

Do you live in the Vancouver area? Are you hoping to attend UQ Medical School?

University of Queensland Medical School

Find out more about the University of Queensland Medical School

The UQ Medical School info session will take place in Vancouver tomorrow, Thursday, Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. Canadian students interested in studying medicine at the UQ Medical School can learn more about the world-renowned program. Everyone is welcome and there’s no RSVP required!

Event Details

Location: Vancouver
Date: Thursday, August 15, 2013
Time: 6 – 7 p.m.
Venue: C400, UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson St., University of British Columbia
Map: http://tiny.cc/robsonsq
RSVP: No RSVP required—just come along. Family and friends most welcome!

This information session is a wonderful opportunity to find out more about the medical program at the University of Queensland:

  • Admissions requirements
  • Program structure
  • Application deadlines
  • Clinical rotations
  • Medical licensing
  • Accreditation
  • What happens when you return to Canada after completing the medical program at UQ.

About the University of Queensland Medical School

The University of Queensland Medical School offers a four-year, graduate-entry medical program, the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).

Designed to produce doctors able to meet the challenges of the new century, the curriculum captures the enthusiasm and maturity of its graduate entrants and help them develop into highly skilled medical graduates capable of entering the wide variety of career options open to them.

Popular program features:

  • Problem-based learning (PBL) in a clinical context
  • Self-directed, lifelong learning
  • Critical evaluation of the scientific basis of medicine
  • Integration of basic and clinical sciences throughout
  • Bio-psychosocial approach to medicine
  • Clinical training ab initio
  • Communication skills
  • Personal and professional development

Entry Requirements for the UQ Medical Program

Offers will be made to eligible applicants on a rolling admissions, first-come, first-served basis.

  • Completed degree (Bachelor, Master, PhD)
  • GPA equivalent to 5.0 on UQ’s 7.0 scale
  • MCAT score (minimum 8/8/8 or 8/8/M/8) or GAMSAT score (minimum of 50 in each section)
  • Compulsory consultative meeting with the UQ Medical School

Applications are still open to UQ Medical School. If you submit your UQ Medical School application via OzTREKK , UQ waives the $100 AUD application fee!

Apply now to UQ Medical School!

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Questions? Contact OzTREKK Australian Medical Schools Admissions Officer Broghan Dean at any time to assist you with your University of Queensland Medical School application, or to answer any questions you may have regarding medical school in Australia. Email Broghan at broghan@oztrekk.com, or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

 

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

Sydney Medical School releases offers

OzTREKK is proud to announce that the offers for the Sydney Medical School‘s 2014 intake were released last Tuesday, Aug. 6!

Why are we so proud?

Sydney Medical School

Find out more about Sydney Medical School

Because 37 OzTREKK students were delighted with the news that they received an offer to the University of Sydney’s medical program!

Undertaken once students have already completed an undergraduate degree, the medical program at the Sydney Medical School is a world-class, graduate-entry degree in medicine.

The four-year medical program includes weekly clinical experience in leading hospitals from the very first weeks, regular PBL (problem-based learning) exercises in small groups, traditional lectures with expert practitioners, and ongoing opportunities to participate in research.

Congratulations, OzTREKKers! Your amazing journey is just beginning! Matt is looking forward to meeting you in Australia this January to welcome you to Australia with our OzTREKK Orientation events!

Find out more about Australian Medical Schools and about how you can study in Australia!

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If you have any questions, please contact OzTREKK’s Australian Medical Schools Admissions Officer Broghan Dean. Email Broghan at broghan@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

 

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Australian Medical School licensing online seminar tonight!

Are you busy this evening? OzTREKK Director Matt Miernik will be hosting an online medical licensing webinar tonight at 6 p.m.! If you’ve applied to an Australian Medical School, then you’ve received your invitation with your registration information.

If you missed the in-person seminars in June, OzTREKK Director Matt Miernik will be hosting three online medical licensing webinars. Even if you participated in the in-person event but feel you need some more info or a refresher, please feel free to register for the webinars!

Australian Medical Schools

Find out more about Australian Medical Schools

Upcoming OzTREKK Medical Licensing Webinars

Tuesday, August 13, 6 – 9 p.m.
Tuesday, September 10, 6 – 9 p.m.
Tuesday, October 15, 6 – 9 p.m.

Important topics covered during the webinars:

…and much more! The webinars also provide a great opportunity for you to ask Matt any questions you may have!

Attendance is via invitation only. Only those students who submit an Australian Medical School application via OzTREKK are invited to the webinars.

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To register for an upcoming OzTREKK Medical Licensing webinar, please contact OzTREKK’s Australian Medical Schools Admissions Officer Broghan Dean. Email Broghan at broghan@oztrekk.com or call toll free 1 866-698-7355.

For more information about medical school entry requirements, application deadlines, tuition fees, and scholarships, please visit OzTREKK’s Australian medical schools in Australia page.

Wednesday, August 7th, 2013

Do doctors know best? JCU lecture studies health care

Who makes the decisions about a person’s health care was examined in a James Cook University public lecture recently.

JCU Medical School

Learn more about JCU Medical School

The presentation, titled Doctors know best: Why patients should make decisions about their health care & how they can do so, was presented by Professor Linda Shields, Director of the Tropical Health Research Unit in JCU‘s School of Nursing, Midwifery and Nutrition and Townsville Hospital and Health Service.

The presentation was part of JCU’s Science & Society in the Tropics Public Lecture Series.

Professor Shields said the delivery, and acceptance, of advice on medical matters had changed over the last century.

“In years past, people who received health care were never involved in making decisions about it – that was left to the doctor, who was said to know best,” Professor Shields said.

“Such thinking has changed, and now people are becoming more aware of the issues surrounding their health and how to maintain it.”

Professor Shields said technological innovations had influenced awareness and attitudes.

“The internet has played a big part in this, but it can be misleading, with a wide range in the quality of information on offer,” she said. “People will be able to go to their nurse or doctor with relevant information and the confidence to be able to discuss it.”

About JCU Medical School and the MBBS program

James Cook University’s medical school offers a six-year, full-time undergraduate degree in medicine and surgery, Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). This medical program aims to produce graduates of the highest academic standards, who can progress to medical practice and to further studies in medical specialties. The course places special emphasis on rural and Indigenous health and tropical medicine. If you are interested in global health, and the health people in rural and remote places, JCU medicine may be a great fit for you.

Program title: Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Location: Townsville, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Program duration: 6 years
Application deadline: August 30, 2013

Entry Requirements

  • Entry is directly from high school. Students may also transfer into the program during their undergraduate degree or at the completion of their undergraduate degree.
  • High school cumulative average necessary to be considered is a minimum of 85% in Grade 12 subjects, including prerequisite subject grades.
  • If you are applying to the program after you have partially or fully completed your post-secondary studies, you should have a Canadian GPA of 80% cumulative average across all university studies, but to have a competitive application, applicants should have achieved at least an 82% cumulative average.
  • Completion of JCU International Student Application Form and School of Medicine specific application form.
  • Interview: held in-person or via video conference

Apply to JCU Medical School!

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Do you have questions about JCU Medical School and about medical programs at Australian universities? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Medical Schools Officer Broghan Dean. Email Broghan at broghan@oztrekk.com or call 1 866-698-7355 (toll free in Canada).

 

Thursday, August 1st, 2013

University of Queensland Medical School info sessions in Canada August 2013

Are you interested in studying medicine at the University of Queensland?

Learn more about the medical school at the University of Queensland

UQ Medical School, Herston

The University of Queensland Medical School info sessions will take place in Vancouver and Toronto this August so that Canadian students interested in studying medicine at the University of Queensland Medical School can learn more about the world-renowned program. Everyone is welcome and there’s no RSVP required!

Event Details

Location: Vancouver
Date: Thursday, August 15, 2013
Time: 6 – 7 p.m.
Venue: C400, UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson St., University of British Columbia
Map: http://tiny.cc/robsonsq
RSVP: No RSVP required—just come along. Family and friends most welcome!

Location: Toronto
Date: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Time: 6 – 7 p.m.
Venue: South Dining Room, Hart House, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
Map: http://tiny.cc/harthouse
RSVP: No RSVP required—just come along. Family and friends most welcome!

Learn more about the University of Queensland Medical School

  • Admissions requirements
  • Program structure
  • Application deadlines
  • Clinical rotations
  • Medical licensing
  • Accreditation
  • What happens when you return to Canada after completing the medical program at the University of Queensland.

About the University of Queensland Medical School

The University of Queensland Medical School offers a four-year, graduate-entry medical program, the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).

Designed to produce doctors able to meet the challenges of the new century, the curriculum captures the enthusiasm and maturity of its graduate entrants and help them develop into highly skilled medical graduates capable of entering the wide variety of career options open to them.

Popular program features:

  • Problem-based learning (PBL) in a clinical context
  • Self-directed, lifelong learning
  • Critical evaluation of the scientific basis of medicine
  • Integration of basic and clinical sciences throughout
  • Bio-psychosocial approach to medicine
  • Clinical training ab initio
  • Communication skills
  • Personal and professional development

Entry Requirements for the UQ Medical Program

Offers will be made to eligible applicants on a rolling admissions, first-come, first-served basis.

  • Completed degree (Bachelor, Master, PhD)
  • GPA equivalent to 5.0 on UQ’s 7.0 scale
  • MCAT score (minimum 8/8/8 or 8/8/M/8) or GAMSAT score (minimum of 50 in each section)
  • Compulsory consultative meeting with the UQ Medical School

If you submit your University of Queensland Medical School application via OzTREKK , UQ waives the $100 AUD application fee!

Apply now to the University of Queensland Medical School!

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Questions? Contact OzTREKK Australian Medical Schools Admissions Officer Broghan Dean at any time to assist you with your University of Queensland Medical School application, or to answer any questions you may have regarding medical school in Australia. Email Broghan at broghan@oztrekk.com, or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

 



Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

University of Sydney Medical School interviews

From July 29 to Aug. 6, Sydney Medical School applicants will be undertaking interviews for admission into the MBBS program for the 2014 intake.

University of Sydney Medical School

Learn more about Sydney Medical School

As part of the application process, interviews are mandatory and are often a cause of unease with prospective students. Like a job interview, it is best to exhibit a professional, competent, and likable personality. OzTREKK has compiled some handy-dandy tips and “heads up” info to help those about to be interviewed, and those who will be participating in them in the future.

On the day of your interview, you must log into Skype and be ready at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled interview time.  Your interview will last 45 minutes; however, you should allow at least one hour in addition to this time in case there is a delay, or there is a need to clarify a matter. Internet and computer glitches often come at the most inopportune time!

You should use the most reliable method of connection available for your interview (e.g., a wired computer connection, where possible.)  Wireless connection can be used, provided that it is sufficiently reliable to complete the interview process. Imagine beginning your interview with shady internet connection—not a smooth move!

Can’t attend your interview at the specified time? You must contact the Admissions Office as a matter of urgency.  The Admissions Office will make reasonable efforts to accommodate your needs, but cannot guarantee that an alternative interview time will be available.

What should I know?

Don’t call  us, we’ll call you. Please do not contact the Admissions Office or any of the interviewers via Skype at any time. The office will be running many interviews over a period of time, none of which can be interrupted.

Prior to your interview day, you will be sent a “Contact request” via Skype from the Admissions Office (e.g. sydneyuni-med-admissions-x), which you should accept as soon as possible.

Position yourself in a way that your face can be clearly seen on the camera. Don’t sit with a strong light behind you. When discussing the question with the interviewer, please look directly at the camera on your computer. Have your photo ID ready to be shown to the camera.

In the event that the connection fails during your interview, please do not try to contact the Admissions Office or your interviewer. Faculty staff will try to  re-establish the connection via Skype or call you on the contact number you provided at the interview booking stage to sort out the issue. You may be  re-interviewed for that station at the end of the entire 45 minutes.

Must I bring anything to the interview?

For verification purposes, you must bring photographic identification (passport or driver’s license) to the interview.

Please note that if you do not bring photographic identification to the interview, the Sydney Medical School reserves the right to cancel your interview.  In that event, your application for admission to the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery in 2014 will be deemed to have lapsed, and will not be considered further.

What should I expect?

The multi-mini-interview (MMI) is an assessment of applicants’ personal and professional attributes. It is designed to test your reasoning and problem-solving skills in a range of areas that the Sydney Medical School considers important in entry-level students, as well as your values and commitment.

The assessment is conducted through a range of different authentic scenarios that test specific characteristics.  There will be 5 stations of 7 minutes each, with a turnaround time of 2 minutes.  Each station samples different aspects of professionalism according to a carefully designed framework.

At the commencement of the interview, the first interviewer will appear on the screen. Say hello to him or her. Once the bell rings, you will be sent the first scenario via ‘Instant Message’ on Skype. Read the first sentence of the scenario aloud to the interviewer.

What are they looking for in a candidate?

Sydney Medical School will be looking for the following skills and attributes from applicants:

1.    Knowledge relevant to the question.
2.    The capacity to draw implications from that knowledge.
3.    Insight into their own attitudes and views relevant to the issue.
4.    Insight into other people’s attitudes and views relevant to the issue.
5.    Ability to formulate an approach to address the issues that takes account of 1–4.

The interview process is designed to assess suitability based on qualities important for success in the MBBS program, including

  • good communication skills;
  • a sense of caring, empathy and sensitivity;
  • an ability to make effective decisions;
  • an ability to contribute as a member of a team;
  • an appreciation of the place of medicine in the wider context of healing; and
  • a sense of vocation, motivation and commitment within the context of medicine.

The interview aims to broadly sample the candidate’s competencies in order to gain an accurate picture of the candidate’s strengths and weaknesses. This is achieved by having several brief interviews with different interviewers.

Interviewers will not be provided with any information (including MCAT and GPA scores) about applicants. Full details of the interview process will be sent to applicants who are deemed eligible for interview.

Who are the interviewers?

All interviewers are volunteers who have completed a training program. They are recruited from the following groups:

  • Academic, clinical academic, and staff of Sydney Medical School
  • Senior students and graduates from the medical program
  • Persons drawn from the wider community. The interviewers will optimally include 2 or 3 of each gender.

What else should I know?

  • Don’t have Skype? Get it. Learn about it. Be prepared to know how it works.
  • Be yourself. Putting on an act to impress people is rarely successful, is usually transparent, and is most often a turnoff.
  • Dress appropriately (business casual). No one wants to see you just out of bed or wearing exercise gear. You are interviewing for a professional degree!
  • If you are invited to ask questions, have some prepared! Be prepared to speak about your interests outside of medicine should they ask you.
  • Take a deep breath. The interviewers are people, just like you. They understand that you will be nervous and will factor that in when they interview you.

OzTREKK Tip: Past OzTREKK students have commented that the interviews go smoothly and are far more friendly than some Canadian medical school interviews.

OzTREKK wishes you the best on your interview!

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Do you have questions about Sydney Medical School or the interviews? Please contact OzTREKK’s Australian Medical Schools Admissions Officer Broghan Dean. Email Broghan at broghan@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

Find out more about Australian Medical Schools and about how you can study in Australia!