Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery
Bond University’s Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery Program (MBBS) is an accredited, integrated evidence-based course offering direct entry to both Year 12 school-leavers and other university graduates.
Established by one of the world’s leading authorities in Evidence-Based Medicine, the program is distinguished by its strong educational focus on problem-based learning. Rather than studying one specialist area at a time, the curriculum challenges students with clinical cases that combine a range of symptoms, possible diagnoses and disciplines. The holistic learning strategy is complemented by extensive clinical practice and patient contact integrated with the theoretical study elements.
The Bond MBBS program is designed to equip graduates with the knowledge and practical skills that a doctor needs to practice medicine in a modern clinical setting. A variety of teaching and learning systems are employed including case-based small group tutorials, problem-based tutorials, practical classes, clinical skills and laboratory training, self-directed learning, web-based and e-learning, interactive seminars and lectures. This combination of contemporary medical education approaches ensures that learning relates directly to patient care and prepares graduates to assume a high level of responsibility.
The Bond MBBS program is an undergraduate program, however it is also open to students who have completed an undergraduate program. Enrolments in the program are strictly limited to ensure small class sizes and sufficient clinical placements. As such, entry is extremely competitive.
Graduates are qualified for registration as a medical practitioner in any State or Territory in Australia. They will have the appropriate knowledge, attitudes and skills to function effectively as interns in Australian hospitals and will be ideally positioned to undergo further training in any of the Australasian specialty colleges.
Our MBBS graduates have secured internships in hospitals across Australia and New Zealand.
Hospitals (listed alphabetically) include:
- Alfred Hospital, Victoria
- Austin Hospital, Victoria
- Ballarat Hospital, Victoria
- Bankstown Hospital, New South Wales
- Concord Hospital, New South Wales
- Eastern Health Hospital, Victoria
- Flinders Hospital, South Australia
- Gold Coast Hospital, Queensland
- Liverpool Hospital, New South Wales
- Logan Hospital, Queensland
- Mater Public Hospitals, Queensland
- Middlemore Hospital, New Zealand
- Nambour Hospital, Queensland
- Nepean Hospital, New South Wales
- Princess Alexandra Hospital, Queensland
- Redcliffe Hospital, Queensland
- Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia
- Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Queensland
- Royal Melbourne Hospital, Victoria
- Southern Health Hospital, Victoria
- St George Hospital, New South Wales
- St Vincent's Hospital, Victoria
- The Prince Charles Hospital, Queensland
- Townsville Hospital, Queensland
- Westmead Hospital, New South Wales
- Wollongong Hospital, New South Wales
- Internship places are assessed by individual states and are separate from universities.
Several Course content options are available. Please check the institute website for more information.
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