Applicants need a Bachelor's degree or equivalent from an appropriately accredited tertiary educational institution, with at least a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Standardized admissions tests such as MCAT or GAMSAT are not required. OUM selects students whom it believes will successfully complete the rigorous and demanding OUM medical degree program. The admissions decision [...]
OUM cannot offer advance standing, for several reasons: a) Our program is case-based so it would be impossible to isolate which courses you may have had and which you have not; b) If you have been out of school for 10-15 years, you are going to need the basic science review to pass USMLE; c) [...]
Yes. OUM sponsors monthly “Meet the Student” and “Meet the Graduate” sessions where prospective students may interact with current students and graduates. For details, please contact your Admissions Counselor.
OUM welcomes two classes each year - in January and July. Application deadlines for any year are September 1, for the January term and March 1, for the July term.
Students who score well on OUM's Final Pre-Clinical Exam (FPCE) and Final Clinical Exam (FCE) score well on the Australian Medical Council exams (AMC), the New Zealand Registration Examination (NZREZ), or the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE). As the USMLE is much more focused on the Basic Sciences, OUM developed the USMLE Pathway with [...]
Not at this time. OUM is internationally accredited, which is the first step toward gaining loan eligibility for its students. The University is in the process of meeting additional requirements to gain approval for loan eligibility. Students should check banks and other student lending sources, as accreditation is a major requirement for loans from those [...]