Offers of a place will be based on a total score of 50:50 weighting of the composite score (used for the interview ranking) and the interview score.
Successful domestic applicants will receive an offer letter by email in early-mid November. Later round offers will be made from December to February.
Unsuccessful domestic applicants will receive formal notification from GEMSAS.
Successful international applicants living outside of Australia will receive an offer letter by email in late August, or between October and December for later round offers.
Unsuccessful international applicants will receive formal notification via email from the ANU Medical School.
From January 2013, deferral of entry will not be considered for any circumstances and program leave will not be considered prior to completion of semester 1.
What happens next?
You are asked to accept or decline your offer by the date specified in your letter of offer, usually within two weeks. This provides the opportunity for other applicants to be offered any vacant places.
Your offer letter will outline the prerequisites for enrolment, including:
- supplying proof of degree completion
- completing a police check
- holding a first aid certificate
- supplying proof of your infectious diseases status.
Your offer letter will also include information on:
- enrolment and orientation week
- guaranteed accommodation for students relocating to Canberra.
Note that international students are required to pay the full cost of their medical training. The approximate tuition fee is $56,736 per annum. Further information can be found on the student fees website.