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Will the Curtin Medical School be offering Bonded Medical Places?

The Curtin Medical School will be offering Bonded Medical Places (BMP) as a part of the 2021 intake.

Approximately 28% of Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP) in university medical programs across Australia must be set aside for the Federal Government's Bonded Medical Places (BMP) scheme. The BMP scheme provides students a Commonwealth supported medical place at an Australian university in return for a commitment to work in regional, rural, and remote areas for a specified period, at the completion of their training. An area of medical need will be a district of workforce shortage as defined by the Australian Federal Government.

Bonded Medical Places will be available in all Curtin Medical School entry pathways.

For further information for students applying for the 2021 intake please see the Medicine Admissions Guide. Please contact
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Updated 22/07/2020 10.00 AM