Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Program
NEWS: The Undergraduate Medicine Admission Test (UMAT) is no longer required for Bond University 2016 Medical Program application.
We encourage applicants to prepare for the medical interview.
Applicants are also encouraged to have discussions with dentists, dental specialists, dental academics; observing a dental practitioner in a variety of practice settings; hands-on experience e.g. dental assistant work.
Enrol into Medical Interview training workshop. Register and secure your spot now as NIE only accepts a small number of students per session.
Enrolments in the Bond University Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Program are strictly limited to ensure small class sizes and sufficient clinical placements. Entry is extremely competitive. Applicants are selected through a rigorous assessment process based on outstanding academic achievement in combination with personal attributes such as knowledge and critical thinking; leadership, initiative and teamwork; communication skills; and responsibility. Short-listed applicants are required to attend an interview in person at Bond University on the Gold Coast where their general suitability to medicine and preparedness to undertake a highly demanding course will be examined at an interview.
As the MBBS is an undergraduate program, Bond will be offering 80% of total places to school leavers and 20% of total places to graduate applicants.
The Bond MBBS program is only open to Australian Citizens, Australian permanent residents and holders of an Australian Humanitarian visa. Applications are also open to New Zealand Citizens but not to New Zealand permanent residents. Bond University may accept applications from applicants on behalf of Foreign Governments to which it has entered into specific arrangements.
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Applicants
Applicants are evaluated on the following criteria:
- Academic results
- Medical Interview (MMI)
All applications to be submitted via QTAC. Further information is available here.
Bond MMI Medical Interviews will be conducted from the 17th of February 2017 until 24th of February 2017.
Short-listed applicants will be required to attend an interview in person at Bond University on the Gold Coast, where their general suitability to medicine and preparedness to undertake a highly demanding course will be examined in a structured multiple mini interviews (MMI).
Click here for Bond University Interview Training Workshop, which will take place on the 12th of February 2017. Register early to secure your spot, we only accept a small number of students.
Email NIE to find about the structure and styles of the interview questions for Bond University Medicine.
Please see the below schedule for timings of the medical interview dates at Bond University.
|Monday 16 January 2017|| |
QTAC applications open for the Medical Program applicants (all Domestic applicants apply through QTAC regardless of where they live – either in Australia or overseas). Applications to the Medical Program^ is via application to:
|Thursday 2 February 2017||QTAC applications close to the Medical Program (Undergraduate and Graduate)|
|Friday 3 February 2017 - 4:30pm||Deadline for all supporting documentation to be provided to QTAC|
|Friday 17 February 2017 to Friday 24 February 2017||Medical Program interviews coordinated and conducted at the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine|
|Thursday 9 March 2017||Round 1 offers for successful QTAC applicants released and available on the QTAC website and Offer Letter released by Bond University|
|Monday 13 March 2017 - 5:00pm||Lapse Date for Round 1 offers|
|If Round 2 offers are required, offers for successful QTAC applicants will be released and available on the QTAC website soon after 13 March 2017.|
Bond University medical interview questions, and Bond University medicine interview dates can also be viewed via the Bond University School of medicine website.