Why study at ANU Medical School?

Tuesday 18 October 2011

"After majoring in Anatomy and Immunology during my B.Sc (Adv) at the University of Sydney, I knew I wanted to practically apply my knowledge by becoming a doctor. I chose ANU because of its global reputation, early clinical exposure, problem-based learning approach and small cohort size. It also allows me to connect with clinicians and to understand the intricacies of the hospital system."

- Joseph Choi, Yr 2 MBBS 2011

"I love that you can walk through the lobby of the Canberra Hospital and several professors will say hello and know your name! I applied to study at ANU because it’s the best university in Australia and I love Canberra. Given its smaller size, I have found the Medical School to be a place where you can really get to know the staff and form life-long friendships with fellow students."

- Laura Chapman, Yr 4 MBBS 2011

"We have a nationally recognised teaching program; our rural teaching program is probably the best in the country and students see our research program as a real plus."

- Professor Paul Gatenby, Foundation Dean of the ANU Medical School

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