Griffith University is another of the newer breed of Australian universities with a new medical school to boot (the first cohort having commenced in 2008). The university is named after Sir Samuel Walker Griffith, Premier of Queensland in the late 19th century and the first Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia. The university was founded in 1971 and classes commenced in 1975. It now features five campuses in and around the Queensland Gold Coast.
Whilst the medical school is very much still in its infancy, it has been bolstered by the construction of the 750-bed Gold Coast University Hospital (which opened in September 2013) to which it will be closely bound.
Total Graduate Places Available: 115
In 4 years you'll look like this:
Jo(ann)e Bloggs MD
No known prerequisites
No known application bonuses
No known required documentation
Griffith will not offer a place to any candidate who receives an interview score lower than one standard deviation below the mean, regardless of the university that they interview at.
For 2014 entry and beyond, students will be enrolled in the new MD degree. Griffith will also offer a combined MD/PhD taking (in theory) six years to complete.
GUMSAA (the Griffith MMI) for 2017 entry will take place on Wed 28 Sep 2016 .
Criteria and Weightings
See the Criteria and Weightings page for further information about what the different weightings and criteria mean.
Minimum Admissions Criteria
Interview Details and Weightings
Offer Details and Weightings
To see the admissions scores required for this (and other) universities in previous years, see the Admissions History page.