A cohort of medical students is always full of individuals from diverse backgrounds. It ranges from 20-year-old students who were guaranteed a spot in medicine from undergrad, to individuals who decided to make a huge life move and change careers completely in their 30s or 40s.

Former OzTREKK student Amelia Keehn began her journey to study medicine in 2017. Now a third-year UQ medical student, Amelia shares her story of her rural and remote medicine placement in Lac Le Biche, Alberta!

What does it take to get into medical school? Join the Head of the UQ MD Program Admissions Dr Fabiola Aghakhani Zandjani-Martin and Manager International Faculty of Medicine Ms Cecile McGuire for an upcoming UQ Medicine seminar. Don’t forget to save your spot!

What does it take to get UQ Medicine? Besides great grades and a passion to help others? Find how you can get into a medical school that is turning high-achieving students into world-class health professionals—the UQ Faculty of Medicine!

Regional communities and future health professionals studying through The University of Queensland are big winners from a multi-pronged $54.4 million Federal Government initiative. In Queensland,…

5 May 2017 News

Hugh Jackman and the UQ Med Revue

Are you planning to study medicine at the University of Queensland? If so, let us introduce you to the UQ Medical Society (UQMS) and their…