If you're interested in studying the Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine, you will need to meet the following requirements:If you've just finished school
To be considered for this course you will need an ATAR score of 75 or higher, and have completed the following pre-requisite units:
- Chemistry at TQA3 level (CHM315109) or equivalent
- Maths Applied (MTA315109), Maths Methods (MTM315109) or Maths Specialised (MTS315109) at TQA3 level, or equivalent
If you meet the minimum ATAR, but haven't completed the Chemistry and Mathematics pre-requisite units, you can complete the KRA001 Chemistry Foundation Unit or KMA003 Mathematics Foundation Unit offered in summer semester. Online application for foundation units completed at: Foundation and Supported Studies Units
Alternatively, students who do not meet the ATAR should consider enrolment in the Diploma of University Studies (Health Science), as a potential pathway to the Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine.If you're a mature age student
You will need to meet the following:
Professional Experience Placement RequirementsSafety in Practice Compliance
- University general entry requirements
- Completion of the following foundation units (or equivalent); online application for foundation units completed at: Foundation and Supported Studies Units
All students enrolling in Faculty of Health programs which include a professional experience placement component, laboratory and/or field activity are required to establish and maintain their capacity to practice safely via Safety in Practice Requirements compliance documentation.
The Faculty, in accordance with Safety in Practice Compliance and Risk Assessment Procedure, assesses student compliance with Safety in Practice Requirements, which include:
- national criminal history;
- medical, physical and psychological capacity to safely undertake the Faculty of Health Mandatory Functional Requirements; and
- infectious disease and immunisation status.
National criminal history and medical, physical and psychological disclosures can inhibit student eligibility to participate in courses. Students must submit the Safety in Practice Requirements compliance documentation to enable risk assessment to be completed before:
- First year semester one census date, or
- in case of late enrolment, prior to beginning study.
The exceptions are the national criminal history check and Immunisation Record Card check, which must be completed 4 weeks prior to first PEP.