The first thing to know about becoming a medical doctor in Australia is that there are no official qualifications to obtain a doctorate.
This is true regardless of whether you’re a citizen or permanent resident of Australia.
However, the Commonwealth Government has put in place a set of guidelines that make obtaining a doctoracy in Australia relatively easy.
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) has created a guide to help you find the right medical degree.
It offers tips on how to get the most out of your Australian education.
The AMA also recommends you seek a local doctor or hospital to get your medical degree, as there are many private and specialist medical schools in Australia.
The main thing to consider when seeking a medical education is that the best place to begin your career is at home, says AMA spokesman Andrew McGlade.
He says if you’re already a resident of the country, you can then continue on to further study, or get an MSc or PhD. “You can then take on a teaching role or a career with an accredited medical school,” he says.
While the AMA recommends that you study in the local community, it does also recommend that you seek advice from your local medical professional.
Some of these advice centres may be a bit out of the way, or you may need to travel.
If you’re looking for an online degree, the AMA suggests taking the free course, or attending an online learning centre.
But if you don’t want to take the time to study at home or take the extra step of going online, you’ll be able to find a local medical school in your area.
Topics:health,education,health-policy,education-facilities,education—health,healthcare,australiaFirst posted April 08, 2019 16:16:42Contact Andrew McLeanMore stories from New South Wales