Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised)

This bachelor will allow you to learn and apply biological and physiological principles to clinical practice and research across a broad area of health and biomedical disciplines.

Minimum ATAR
Years Full-Time

The learning experience

Careers and further study

Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised)

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Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised)

Entry requirements

Admission requirements

To be considered for this course you need to: 

  • achieve the University’s minimum entry score 
  • demonstrate English language competence
  • satisfy any prerequisites for your preferred majors (refer to individual major descriptions for prerequisite details)

You can view the prerequisites and recommended subjects for your chosen course here.

View our admission requirements for specific information, depending on your education history.

Assured Pathway information

If you have a professional career in mind, take advantage of one of our Assured Pathways. An Assured Pathway gives you an assured place in one of our postgraduate professional courses (such as Law, Engineering or Medicine) from the start of your studies with us. The pathways combine a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, providing you with a clearer direction to your career of choice.

Admission entry to UWA 

We offer a number of other pathways for you to gain entry into our undergraduate degrees if you do not meet the standard admission requirements. Learn more about our admission entry pathways.

About the Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised)

The Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised) is a practical degree providing learning across a broad arena of health and medical disciplines, designed to articulate with UWA’s health professional degrees. Multiple specialisations within the biomedical disciplines are offered to enable breadth and depth of learning in your field of interest, including Aboriginal Health, Human Biology, Genetics, Biochemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology Microbiology and Pathology.

Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised)

Quick details

Minimum ATAR
  • 92
Intake months
  • February
Full time completion
  • 3 years full-time
UWA course code
  • BP056
  • 112846M
Bachelor of Biomedicine (specialised)

Degree structure

The Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised) is a three year full time degree. Students will undertake one of four degree-specific extended majors, and may choose to undertake a minor.

Bachelor of Biomedicine (specialised)

Our facilities

UWA Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised) students have access to a range of world-class facilities that enhance your learning and give you hands-on experience before you enter the workplace.

These facilities include:

Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised)

Why study Biomedicine

The Bachelor of Biomedicine is a practical degree in which students will learn to master and apply biological and physiological principles to clinical practice and research across a broad arena of health and biomedical disciplines.
Bachelor of Biomedicine (Specialised)

You'll learn to

  • Gain in-depth understanding of how the human body functions in health and disease
  • Develop essential skills that impact the health of people in our communities
  • Choose your specialisation to gain expertise in the field, ensuring job-readiness
  • For the assured pathway students - be guided by health professionals in clinical learning settings
Bachelor of Biomedicine (specialised)

Clinical Medicine at UWA is ranked 3rd in Australia and 32nd in the world (ARWU 2022)

Bachelor of Biomedicine (specialised)
Bachelor of Biomedicine (specialised)

Popular minors available

Bachelor of Biomedicine (specialised)

Admission entry pathways

UWA offers a number of admission entry pathways for domestic and international students to be able to study with us. If your results do not qualify you for standard entry into the University, check our Admission entry pathways for one that suits you.



Health Students' Society

The Health Students' Society (HSS) is a student-run, not-for-profit organisation for undergraduates completing health-related majors at UWA. HSS provides social and education opportunities and encourages students to make the most of their time on campus and of university life. HSS offers a support network for members during their degrees and aims to enhance the university experience and raise the profile of graduates to prospective employees.


Career opportunities

This degree can lead to a variety of careers within the health and biomedical industries*, including in clinical practice; medical research; health management and policy; medical diagnostics; human genetics; pharmaceutical development and regulation; biotechnology and innovation; and science communication.

*postgraduate training may be required