Medical school accreditation program and status report - Monash University


Education provider & program Type of assessment
Date of AMC decision
Accreditation expires Conditions AMC accreditation events
Monash University, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Six-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program (MBBS)
March 1993 June 2003 No Annual reports
Reaccreditation 2003 December 2006
Course phased out
Yes Annual reports
Major change: Introduction of five-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program Major change November 2001 December 2008 Yes Annual reports
Follow-up July 2004 December 2017* Yes Annual reports
Major change: Introduction of five-year Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery program at Monash Malaysia Major change November 2006 December 2012 Yes Annual reports
Follow-up Monash Malaysia November 2008 December 2017* Yes Annual reports
Major change: Introduction of four-year graduate stream at Monash Gippsland Major change November 2007 December 2017*
* Monash accredited as one program across three schools
Yes
Follow-up November 2009 Yes
Comprehensive report November 2013 December 2017




Short extension of accreditation March 2018 MBBS: to be phased out by 2020 (Replaced by BMedSc/MD)
Yes Annual reports; Reaccreditation assessment 2017
Change of name:
Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery MBBS (both four-year and five-year) to HONOURS program
Not considered a major change March 2015
Introduction of four-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) program (from 2017) MD not considered a major change December 2015
Change of name:
Bachelor of Medical Science (BMedSc) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) (both four-year and five-year)
August 2016

The Monash University 2017 Executive summary can be found here.