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Interested in a career in medicine?

Come to our free medicine information night and discover everything you need to know about our five-year undergraduate entry degree, the Doctor of Medicine. It’s a Joint Program in Medicine offered by Charles Sturt University in partnership with Western Sydney University.

Whether you’re in high school, looking for a career change or keen to take the next step in your health career – this information night is for you! Parents and career advisers are also welcome.

We'll start with an overview of the course and our facilities, entry requirements and how to apply. We'll tell you about clinical placements, career opportunities, support services, scholarships and more. Then you'll have a chance to mingle with our School of Rural Medicine team and chat with current students.

You will get to know our team, have all your questions answered and hear about the experiences of rural and regional doctors.

Book your spot quickly! Numbers at our on-campus events are limited due to COVID restrictions.

Find a medicine information night near you

Wagga Wagga
Tuesday 16 March 2021, 6.00–7.30pm
Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga campus

Monday 22 March 2021, 6.00–7.30pm
Charles Sturt University, Orange campus

Tuesday 23 March 2021, 6.00–7.30pm
Charles Sturt University, Bathurst campus

Online event
Tuesday 4 May 2021, 6.00–7.30pm

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Your safety is always our top priority.

We’re following the NSW Government’s guidelines on COVID-19. As such, if you've been in an affected area that has restrictions within 14 days prior to the event, or if you’re feeling unwell, please don't travel to the campus.

Let us know and then book into our online information night – or book a COVID-safe virtual consult to get all the info you need to start your medicine journey right.

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‘Yindyamarra Winhanganha’ - To create a world worth living in

We pay our respect to all First Nations elders both past and present from the lands where CSU students reside. In particular, we acknowledge the Wiradjuri, Ngunawal, Gundungarra and Biripai peoples of Australia, who are the traditional custodians of the land where CSU campuses are located.