Thoughts on the medical program at Newcastle? I'm concerned that it isn't prestigious enough, because obviously I'd like a successful surgery career.
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Any university is fine for medicine.
I wouldn't worry about prestige since only a few universities offer undergraduate medicine and in order to do so, they must meet the medical standards set in Australia(which are pretty high relative to everywhere else).
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But actually, for a small country, Australia has been doing pretty well in the medical sciences.
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Just out of curiosity, what are the requirements for Undergrad Med at UON?
thanks for info re requirements. So is UON like UNSW, do they fill the non bonded places first (so if you got a good mark and ticked bonded you would be offered a non bonded place) then the bonded ones next? And do you get a choice ie eg offered a bonded place at UNSW and say a non bonded place at UON? I rang them and they weren't sure and no one was answering their phones to ask she said. I can't remember if UON had a bonded and non bonded box like UNSW ?
Within UAC you'll only be notified of ONE offer, being the highest on your pref list that you qualify for. If you want a choice between Unsw & UoN you need to accept the one offer first then move it to bottom of pref list, hopefully you might get the other in 2nd round place offers to choose.
are you a surgeon yet?
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