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WELCOME TO OCEANIA UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE

Our unique blend of distance learning and hands-on clinical training brings med school to you.

Oceania University of Medicine students have the best of all worlds…The challenging preclinical program is presented online followed by traditional clinical rotations arranged at affiliated teaching hospitals. Graduates are currently practicing or training in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Samoa, and United States.

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If you always dreamed of becoming a physician but “life” got in the way, Oceania University of Medicine is right for you. The preclinical online classes allow non-traditional students to balance school with work and family obligations. The median age for OUM students is 40.5 with a range from 22 to 62 years of age.

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The rigorous curriculum is based largely on American and Australian medical education models. The program is typically completed in four-and-a-half to five years. Accreditation provides a requisite credential that medical school graduates need for licensure and post-graduate training.

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WHY CHOOSE US?

UNIQUE BLEND OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE & ONLINE TEACHING – OUM helps aspiring physicians overcome distance, personal and professional barriers to achieve their dream.

COMPLETE FIRST 2.5 YEARS OF MED SCHOOL FROM HOME – Flexible distance learning curriculum suits working professionals with family and work commitments.

CONTINUE EARNING INCOME – Majority of OUM students continue to earn income during the 2.5 years of preclinical studies, which helps to offset the cost of medical school.

RIGOROUS CURRICULUM VIA VIRTUAL CLASSROOM – Curriculum largely on American and Australian medical education, delivered online by faculty in real-time interactive sessions.

CLINICAL ROTATIONS AT TEACHING HOSPITALS – Students transition to on-site clinical rotations learning alongside students from other medical schools.

PATHWAY TO PRACTICE – International accreditation provides a requisite credential for IMGs who wish to practice in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States.

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If you are considering applying to OUM, great! But before we go further, we want to be sure that you understand that, like any accredited medical school, OUM is a rigorous course of study and clinical work. So, to take the next step to find out more, click the button below and we can let you know more about whether our medical school is a good fit for you.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

In order to engage prospective students and others interested in learning more about OUM, special events provide a front row seat to live online discussions with students, alumni, faculty, and deans as well as access to selected classes themselves.

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WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY

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OUM NEWS

July 2020

OUM Announces Re-Accreditation, June 2020

The Philippine Accrediting Association for Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) has extended Oceania University of Medicine’s accreditation through 2025. [...]

Welcome New Physicians! March 2020

Fifteen new graduates joined Oceania University of Medicine’s 122 total graduates at a ceremony in Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday, [...]

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