Medical school accreditation program and status report


This table shows the most recent accreditation decision for each medical education provider and its program/s. Please click on the name of the education provider to access the full accreditation history.

Education provider & program Type of assessment & date of AMC decision Accreditation expires Conditions AMC accreditation events
The University of Adelaide, Faculty of Health Sciences
Six-year Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Follow-up: March 2015 March 2018 Yes Annual reports; Comprehensive report 2017
The University of Auckland, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
Six-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBChB)
Reaccreditation: July 2015 March 2022 Yes Annual reports; Comprehensive report 2021
The Australian National University, ANU Medical School
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
MChD not considered a major change: June 2013

Reaccreditation of medical programs November 2013: MBBS and MChD
MBBS: Program ceases December 2017
Accreditation expires December 2018
Yes Annual reports; Comprehensive report 2018
Four-year Medicine ac Chirurgiae Doctoranda program (MChD), (implemented 2014) MChD: December 2019
Bond University, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine
Five-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Reaccreditation of MBBS and BMedSt / MD: December 2015 MBBS: Program ceases December 2017 - School will withdraw by the end of 2016 Yes Annual reports; Comprehensive report 2021
Four-year Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) / Doctor of Medicine’ (MD)
(implemented 2016)
BMedSt / MD: March 2022
Curtin University, Faculty of Health Science, Curtin Medical School
Five-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
New program October 2016, Follow up: 2018 March 2023 Yes Annual reports
Deakin University, School of Medicine
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Comprehensive report: June 2013 December 2017 No Annual reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2017
Flinders University, School of Medicine
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS)
MD not considered a major change: March 2012
Reaccreditation of medical programs BMBS and MD: March 2015
BMBS: Program ceases & Accreditation expires December 2017 Yes
Four-year Doctor of Medicine (MD), implemented 2013 MD: March 2021 Annual reports; Comprehensive report 2020
Griffith University, School of Medicine
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
MD not considered a major change: March 2013

Reaccreditation of medical programs MBBS and MD: March 2015
MBBS: Program ceases December 2016;
Accreditation expires December 2017
Yes
Four-year Doctor of Medicine program(MD), (implemented 2014) MD: March 2021 Annual reports; Comprehensive report 2020
James Cook University, School of Medicine and Dentistry
Six-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Reaccreditation: November 2010 December 2016 No Biennial reports; Comprehensive report 2016
The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Medical School
Six-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery / Bachelor of Medical Science program (MBBS/BMedSci)
Extension of accreditation to accommodate teach-out phase of MBBS/BMedSci and MBBS: November 2015 MBBS and MBBS/BMedSci: March 2018 No Nil
Four-and-one-half-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Four-year Doctor of Medicine program (MD) Follow-up assessment: October 2012 MD: December 2016 Yes Annual reports; Comprehensive report 2016
Monash University, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS Hons)
Comprehensive report: November 2013 December 2017 Yes Annual reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2017
Five-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS Hons)
Four-year Doctor of Medicine program (MD) (To be introduced from 2017) MD not considered a major change: December 2015
The University of Newcastle / University of New England, Joint Medical Program
Five-year Bachelor of Medicine program (BMed)
Comprehensive report: October 2014 March 2019 Yes Annual reports
The University of New South Wales, Faculty of Medicine
Six-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS) (will conclude 2019)
MD not considered a major change: August 2012;
Reaccreditation of medical programs: MBBS (six and four years), BMedMD and MD: October 2013
MBBS (six year): Program ceases December 2019;
Accreditation expires March 2020
Yes Annual reports; Comprehensive report 2019
Four-year graduate entry Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS) (will conclude 2018) MBBS (four year): Program ceases December 2018;
Accreditation expires March 2020
Six-year Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine BMedMD (integrated program) (implemented 2013) BMedMD: March 2020
Three-year Doctor of medicine program (MD) (graduate entry alternative pathway for students who enter via the Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours) and then receive an MD) (implemented 2013) MD: March 2020
University of Notre Dame Australia, School of Medicine Fremantle
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Comprehensive report: October 2012 December 2016 Yes Annual reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2016
Four-year Doctor of Medicine program (MD), (To be introduced from 2017) MD not considered a major change: December 2015
University of Notre Dame Australia, School of Medicine Sydney
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Comprehensive report: October 2013 December 2017 No Annual reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2017
Four-year Doctor of Medicine program (MD), (To be introduced from 2017) MD not considered a major change: April 2016
University of Otago, Faculty of Medicine
Six-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBChB)
Comprehensive report: July 2014 March 2019 No Biennial reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2018
The University of Queensland, School of Medicine
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS) (final cohort enrolled 2014)
MD not considered a major change: December 2013
Follow-up assessment of medical programs: MBBS and MD: October 2014
Confirmed to March 2017 Yes Annual reports; Comprehensive report 2016
Doctor of Medicine program (MD)
*For cohorts commencing from 2015
The University of Sydney, Sydney Medical School
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Extension to accommodate reaccreditation assessment, December 2014 March 2016 No Biennial reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2015
Four-year Doctor of Medicine program (MD) (implemented 2014) Reaccreditation February 2016 MBBS: March 2020 (the MBBS will be phased out entirely by 2019)
MD: March 2022
Yes Annual reports
University of Tasmania, Faculty of Health
Five-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Comprehensive report: August 2011 December 2016 No Biennial reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2016
The University of Western Australia, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
Four-and-one-half-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Extension of accreditation to accommodate teach-out phase of MBBS: December 2015 MBBS: March 2019 No Nil
Four-year Doctor of Medicine program (MD)
(implemented 2014)
Major change: October 2013 MD: December 2018 Yes As required by conditions: Annual reports; Follow-up assessment 2015
Follow-up December 2015 MD: March 2019 Yes Annual reports
Western Sydney University, School of Medicine
Five-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Comprehensive report: June 2012 December 2017 No Biennial reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2017
University of Wollongong, Graduate School of Medicine
Four-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
Short term accreditation extension: July 2015 March 2017 No Annual reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2016
Four-year Doctor of Medicine program (MD)
(Introduced from January 2017)
MD not considered major change: October 2015