Postgraduate

Master of Rural and Remote Medicine - Thesis and Coursework

Tackle the questions important to those that live in the bush - questions that may only be explored in a local context. Indigenous health is a special focus.

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Address

Student Central

The University of Western Australia (M355) 35 Stirling Highway Perth Western Australia 6009

Telephone

(+61 8) 6457 7241

Country callers

1800 653 050

Email

[email protected]

Hours

8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday

Frequently asked questions

Careers and further study

Take your studies to a new level with a postgraduate degree and discover what career opportunities lie ahead.

Career Pathways

The Master of Rural and Remote Medicine is a broad-based degree for those wishing to pursue a career in teaching or research focused on rural and remote medicine.
The Master of Rural and Remote Medicine is a broad-based degree for those wishing to pursue a career in teaching or research focused on rural and remote medicine.
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Further Study

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Fees and scholarships

Learn more about the fees that apply to you for this course. For fee type definitions and further assistance, see the Fee Calculator Help page. You can also search our database for scholarships that are relevant to you or this course.

Fees

The UWA Fee Calculator provides information on specific course costs and credit points. Please ensure you search the calculator for the current year. Refer to UWA Handbooks for more information on this.

Scholarships

Scholarships are available to students from a diverse range of backgrounds, including academic achievement, financial need, educational disadvantage, leadership and community service, artistic or sporting achievements, and being from a rural or remote area.

Cost of living

There are a few things to consider before applying to study at university. One could be your cost of living. This can depend on factors such as lifestyle, accommodation, tuition fees, medical insurance, textbooks and more. For an indication of expenses and average costs, see our Cost of living page.

Admission requirements

If you’re interested in furthering your career by studying this postgraduate degree, find out the admission details below.

Admission Requirements

To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—
(a)(i) the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty; and
(ii)A. completed or be completing fellowship training in a primary care or equivalent specialty college; or
B. a level of prior professional rural experience which, in the opinion of the Faculty, would enable the applicant to complete the course;
or
(b) completed the Graduate Certificate in Rural and Remote Medicine from this University.

English competency

English is the language of instruction and assessment at UWA and you will need to meet the English language requirements of the University to be eligible for a place.

How to apply

Ready to apply for this postgraduate course? Follow the steps and you’ll be on your way to joining us at UWA.

Course details

The Master of Rural and Remote Medicine is a broad-based degree for those wishing to pursue a career in teaching or research focused on rural and remote medicine.

About The Course

Master of Rural and Remote Medicine - Thesis and Coursework

Quick Details

Status
  • Available 2014
Locations
  • Offsite Placement
  • Perth
Attendance
  • Full-time
  • Part-time
Delivery
  • Off-campus
  • On-campus
  • Online
Starting dates
  • Semester 1, Semester 2
Weekly contact time
  • The estimated time commitment for a standard full-time enrolment is approximately 46 hours per week (over 13 weeks) which includes contact hours, personal study and examinations.
Level of study
  • Postgraduate
Course Code
  • 90680
CRICOS code
  • 058922A, 058922A, 058925J
Master of Rural and Remote Medicine - Thesis and Coursework
Status
  • Available 2014
Locations
  • Offsite Placement
  • Perth
Attendance
  • Full-time
  • Part-time
Delivery
  • Off-campus
  • On-campus
  • Online
Starting dates
  • Semester 1, Semester 2
Weekly contact time
  • The estimated time commitment for a standard full-time enrolment is approximately 46 hours per week (over 13 weeks) which includes contact hours, personal study and examinations.
Level of study
  • Postgraduate
Course Code
  • 90680
CRICOS code
  • 058922A, 058922A, 058925J

Course Structure