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You’ve decided to want to study medicine at Uni, but how can you increase your chances of acceptance into medical school?
As a part of your application to study medicine at university, you will participate in an interview with the university of your choice. Universities use these interviews to assess your non-academic personal qualities. The interviews are a unique opportunity for you to showcase your personality, skills and passion for studying medicine.
The Interview Skills Workshop offers fully-funded access to Interview Skills services, including interactive online webinars and an individual mock interview, tailored to the University you are applying to. The workshop will help to prepare you for the interview process and questions.
You can apply for the access to the Interview Skills Workshop if you are a rural High School student in year 12.
You will need to have applied to university to study medicine and be living and studying in one of SA’s rural communities.
A rural community is a location that is listed as MMM 2-7 within the Modified Monash Model (MMM). You can check if your home address is in MMM 2-7 by using the on-line tool here: Modified Monash Model.
A parent or guardian will need to be nominated on your application form if you are under the age of 18.
If you’re ready to apply, click on the button below.
For more information please contact
Andrea Brown, Manager Future Workforce
Phone: (08) 8234 8277