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AMC Assessment fee increase from 1 January 2023

1 July, 2022

One of our core business principles at the Australian Medical Council is to provide a quality service to international medical graduates.

After reviewing our operating costs, the AMC made the decision to increase our fees and will take into effect on 1 January 2023. It is important to note that the AMC has not introduced any fee increases since 1 January 2016, even whilst direct and indirect cost increases were experienced.

A list of the current and new AMC fees and charges is available here