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University Of Otago Faculty Of Medicine

5/5, 5 from 1 review
MCAT Required:
No
Program Duration:
6 Years
Accept International Students:
Yes
Medical Program In English?:
Yes
Web Address:
http://www.otago.ac.nz/medical-school/index.html
The Dunedin School of Medicine is New Zealand's oldest medical school. It is centrally located in the city of Dunedin, New Zealand—the regional
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Recent Reviews

  1. Thomas Hall
    Excellant School
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Oct 29, 2014
    Pros
    • + It has nice teachers who are helpful and, there for you if you need them. The technology is updated and data as well which is good. I have enjoyed meeting new people and gaining knowledge at this school.
    Cons
    • - The entry requirements can be hard to get into this school, and need to be good at science and English as well. There is a limit to get in to the school and the process takes time to do.
    This is excellent University, and does take people from other countries provided you meet the entry requirements and pass the U mat test. The experience and knowledge you gain is really nice and can work in hospitals in clinical years and do practical in labs. It has a good standing in the world and is known for hands on and accredited school.
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Item Details

  1. University of Otago Faculty of Medicine

    The Dunedin School of Medicine is New Zealand's oldest medical school. It is centrally located in the city of Dunedin, New Zealand—the regional capital of the Otago province.

    At the Dunedin School of Medicine, we provide world-class research-based training at Dunedin and Southland Hospitals. We also provide students with rural healthcare experience in country areas around Otago and Southland and experience in urban community settings.

    World-class medical education and research
    All University of Otago medical students undertakes three years' study in Dunedin, before choosing the University of Otago, Wellington; University of Otago, Christchurch; or the Dunedin School of Medicine for clinical training in years four, five, and six. At any one time, the Dunedin School hosts approximately 900 EFTS medical and postgraduate students, and approximately 500 academic, research, and general staff.

    Supporting our teaching programs are the Dean's Department and seven academic departments, each with a number of specialty sections or units.



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