Applying as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants have the opportunity to apply for the Joint Medical Program through the Miroma Bunbilla Pre-Entry pathway. Applicants are required to submit the completed Miroma Bunbilla Program application form by 31 October 2020. You will be required to nominate your preferred enrolment location, The University of Newcastle (Callaghan or Gosford), or, the University of New England (Armidale). Please refer to the Miroma Bunbilla Program page for further information.
1. Meet the minimum academic requirements
Your academic eligibility is determined by the Joint Medical Program and is based on your year 12 results, partial completion or completion of studies at a university, or completion of an approved Tertiary Enabling Program (Yapug Program at The University of Newcastle or TRACKS program at University of New England).
2. Submit an application to the Universities Admission Centre (UAC)
Your application must be submitted by 30 September 2020 and include the Bachelor of Medical Science / Doctor of Medicine Joint Medical Program (CSP – 785000) as a preference. Visit UAC's website for further detail.
3. Submit the Miroma Bunbilla Program application form to the University of Newcastle
Applicants are required to complete and submit their Miroma Bunbilla Program application form by 31 October 2020. The Miroma Bunbilla Program is a compulsory 5 day JMP pre-entry pathway held from 30 November to 4 December 2020. If you are currently studying and/or meet the academic requirements you may be eligible to participate in the Miroma Bunbilla Program. Should you miss any scheduled activity you will not qualify to be considered for entry to the JMP through this pathway. For further information please refer to the Miroma Bunbilla Program page.