University of Sydney School of Medicine, also known as Sydney Medical School is the graduate medical school of the University of Sydney. Established in 1856, it is the first medical school in Australia. In 2018, SMS was ranked 18th in the world and second in Australia in the 2018 QS Subject Rankings.
Elective term opportunities
The Sydney Medical School offers elective placements for any final year Doctor of Medicine student across Australia for a minimum of three weeks and a maximum of 12 weeks.
Rural placements in medicine allow students to see and experience a range of clinical problems that aren't present in metropolitan settings. Students can attend a placement for up to one year of their medical degree at one of the rural clinical schools
Following successful completion of the Doctor of Medicine (MD), graduates complete a 12-month internship program primarily in major public teaching hospitals. On successful completion of this internship, junior doctors are eligible to receive full registration with the State Medical Board or Council.
Internships are provided and managed by state health departments:
This school has multiple campuses
Sydney Medical School at University of Sydney
Anderson Stuart Building, The University of Sydney
New South Wales - Australia