UMAT – For Year 12 Students Considering a Career in Medicine or Health Sciences

Considering a career in Medicine or Health Sciences?

You need to register for UMAT (Undergraduate Medical and Health Professions Admission Test).

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UMAT is a test specifically designed to assist with the selection of students into the medicine, dentistry and health science degree programs at undergraduate level at the universities below:

  • The University of Adelaide (Medicine, Dental Surgery)
  • Bond University (Medicine)
  • Charles Darwin University (Clinical Sciences)
  • Flinders University (Clinical/Medicine, Vision Sciences)
  • La Trobe University (Health Sciences-Dentistry), (Oral Health)
  • Monash University (Medicine)
  • The University of Newcastle/University of New England (Joint Medical Program)
  • The University of New South Wales (Medical, Optometry)
  • The University of Queensland (Medicine, provisional entry), (Dental Science)
  • University of Tasmania (Medicine)
  • The University of Western Australia (Medicine, assured entry), (Dental Medicine, assured entry)
  • University of Western Sydney (Medicine)
  • The University of Auckland, New Zealand (Medicine)
  • University of Otago, New Zealand (Medicine), (Dental Surgery), (Medical Laboratory Science)

UMAT registrations are currently open, and Students in Year 12 considering a career in one of the above fields MUST register by 5 June 1015.

The test date is Wednesday 29 July 2015.

To apply email: umat@acer.edu.au or phone on 0385087643. Registration online at http://umat.acer.edu.au

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