Virtual Open House

November 3, 2021 – 3-6pm (CST)


Join us online for our Virtual Open House and discover how you can study medicine in two countries at a world top 50 university.

On November 3, 2021 – 3-6pm (CST) we’ll be opening our doors so you can explore our unique Doctor of Medicine program — it's your opportunity to find out everything you need to start your career in medicine.


What to expect

Ask questions at booths

Live chat one-on-one with our staff about the program, entry requirments and more.

Join live presentations

Tune in to hear about our program from our expert academic staff and current students.

Hear from current students

Talk to current students about their experience and university life.

Our student ambassadors

Get ready for the event by clicking through to each person's profile to learn more about them and their journey to medical school, what they like most about the program, and their advice for future students.

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Event program


Follow your passion for medicine

Presented by Professor Ronald Amedee, Head of the UQ Ochsner Clinical School

Discover how UQ and Ochsner have worked together to train future doctors driven to be global leaders in healthcare. From early patient contact in Brisbane, to hand-on clinical practice in New Orleans.


Matching as an international medical graduate

Presented by Dr Tamika Webb-Detiege, Deputy Head of Admissions and Enrollment

Our match rate is a tribute to the quality of our students, curriculum, and faculty. We’ll take a close look at our match data, so you can feel confident pursuing your medical career at UQ Ochsner.


Benefits of training across two health systems

Presented by Rohit Rajendran, medical student

Studying medicine in two health systems enables our students to graduate with a global perspective on medicine. Hear how the last four years have shaped the doctors our students are about to become.


Life after graduation

Presented by Dr Ross Hoffman, Pulmonologist, Critical Care Medicine

A 2012 graduate and now a Pulmonologist in Asheville, Dr Ross Hoffman is a testament to our program’s success. Hear his journey and insights into life after medical school.

Our medical program at a glance

  • Ranked 37th in the world, top 20 in the United States.
  • Four-year program taught two years in Brisbane, Australia and two years in New Orleans.
  • Graduates enter the residency match in a strong position, with the 2020 graduating class securing a 97% match rate. Find out where they matched.
  • Financial aid: eligible students can apply for student loans through the William D. Ford Direct Loan Program.

Learn about our program

Entry requirements

  • MCAT 504, GPA B average, two pre-requisites and an interview. 
  • Application for 2023 cohort open in November with no application fee. 

Admissions criteria