Bachelor of Biomedicine: your pathway to a career in health
The Bachelor of Biomedicine integrated curriculum emphasises the relationship between the biomedical science disciplines that underpin modern clinical practice and prepares you for the challenges of contemporary health delivery and research.
Join Associate Professor James Ziogas to learn more about the range of core subjects and majors that will provide you with the foundations for a variety of career paths. Hear from current students as they share their study experience and plans for entering the workplace and for further study.
As a biomedicine student, you’ll be studying and gaining practical experience at the #1 ranked university for clinical and pre-clinical health in Australia, as well as in the largest biomedical precinct in the southern hemisphere. You’ll be on your way to discovering the next generation of treatments to help improve the health of your community.
This session is tailored for prospective students (and their parent or adult guardian) looking to apply for mid-year entry in 2022 or start their undergraduate degree 2023. All students and their guest are required to register to book their place. Thank you.
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