Integrated Medical Sciences and Clinical Practice
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Careers and further study
This major opens up a world of future study pathways and career opportunities.
The Integrated Medical Sciences and Clinical Practice major ensures you gain a strong and thorough knowledge base across all biomedical scientific disciplines including anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, genetics, immunology, haematology, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology and public health.
This knowledge base is designed for students on a Direct Pathway into the Doctor of Medicine postgraduate degree which aims to produce graduates committed to the wellbeing of the patient, community and society as responsible, accountable, scholarly, capable and caring doctors.
Following graduation from the MD, further studies can be undertaken with a professional college for specialisation in a medical discipline. Graduates can also enrol in the academic Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master's or Doctorate courses, including but not limited to:
Master of Public Health, Graduate Certificate in Health Professions Education, Graduate Diploma in Health Professions Education, Master of Health Professions Education, Graduate Certificate in Rural and Remote Medicine, Doctor of Philosophy.
Fees and scholarships
Learn more about the fees that apply to you for this major. For fee type definitions and further assistance, see the Fee Calculator Help page. You can also search our database for scholarships that are relevant to you or your desired course.
Scholarships are available to students from a diverse range of backgrounds, including academic achievement, financial need, educational disadvantage, leadership and community service, artistic or sporting achievements, and being from a rural or remote area.
Cost of living
The University of Western Australia welcomes applications from international and domestic school-leavers, mature-age applicants and those with previous tertiary study. If you’re interested in studying this major, find out the admission details below.
This major requires a certain level of Mathematics. If you do not meet this level, you may be able to take additional Mathematics units in your first year to satisfy this requirement.
WACE prerequisite: Mathematics requirement (1A) Mathematics Applications ATAR or equivalent or higher and Chemistry ATAR.
How to apply
Ready to apply for this major? Follow the steps and you’ll be on your way to joining us at UWA.
About The Course
- Available 2020
- Full-time only
- Semester 1
- 20-25 hours teaching time, plus your own study time
- 3 years (BBiomedSc), 4 years (BBiomedSc[Hons])
Our undergraduate degrees offer you a broad range of options allowing you to combine subjects in a way that matches your career goals and personal interests.
UWA Bachelor of Biomedical Science 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:
Western Australian Medical Students’ Society
The Western Australian Medical Students’ Society (WAMSS) is the peak representative body of all medical students at UWA. WAMSS represents students in university-based committees on the medical curriculum and student affairs, along with representing students to wider stakeholders.
Your degree options
This major is offered as a degree-specific, or first, major for these degrees.
School of Biomedical Sciences
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.