There are a number of requirements that you need to consider before or during your medical study. These include inherent requirements, police checks, health checks and visas. Not all of these may apply to you, but it's best to check with your university.
You will be required to demonstrate various inherent requirements at entry and during the medical course, including:
If you have concerns about meeting the inherent requirements, a discussion should take place with your medical school about adjustments that can be made. Reasonable adjustments are made to assist students with a disability to ensure that all students are given the best possible opportunity to succeed in the course.
You will need to provide a current first aid certificate. Your medical school may provide or subsidise first aid training, so make sure to check this before paying for a third-party first aid course.
Are you interested in attending a medical school in the UK instead of Australia or New Zealand? Check out Medify’s UK Medical School Admissions Guide.
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