The UOW School of Medicine enjoys an excellent reputation and is ranked in the top 350 institutions in the world in the subject field of Medicine in the QS World University Rankings by Subject (2015). We are a multidisciplinary school with a range of undergraduate and postgraduate course offerings in the fields of Indigenous Health, Medical and Exercise Science, Medicine, Nutrition and Dietetics.
We are committed to designing educational experiences that are engaging, challenging and relevant for our students for the benefit of our local, national and global communities. Our high standards of academic rigour, breadth of knowledge across the health spectrum and a supportive community ensure that our graduates have the skills to start tackling the most challenging issues in health.
Graduate School of Medicine Admissions Information Evening
Wednesday 18 May 2016
Listen to current UOW medical students share their experiences, and provide tips and advice, at the Admissions Information Evening 2016.
Katelyn Mikilewicz, UOW Bachelor of Health Sciences student, presents her research proposal
Katelyn Mikilewicz, a UOW Bachelor of Health Sciences student, presenting her research proposal last week (31 March 2016). Kate is undertaking research with Associate Professor Louella McCarthy and Dr Kath Weston on the ‘Caring for the Incarcerated’ project which aims to identify the historical drivers for change in the delivery of health care for those incarcerated in NSW, and the implementation of these changes over time. Kate is developing a web-based application to assist in the presentation of the data and to identify events of interest relating to the health of those incarcerated in the history of NSW.