From the Careers Department

From the Careers Department

Ms Julie Stephenson
Careers & VET Coordinator

Entry to Medicine/Dentistry 2024 

Quick Facts: 
The UCAT (University Clinical Aptitude Test) is a 2-hour computer-based test that assesses a range of abilities identified by universities as important in practicing in the fields of medicine, dentistry, and clinical sciences. 
You are required to sit the UCAT ANZ 2023 test (between 3 July and 12 August 2023) if you are intending to apply for entry in 2024 to a relevant course or program listed below: 

The University of AdelaideMedicine, Dental Surgery, Oral Health
Central Queensland UniversityMedical Science (Regional Medical Pathway provisional entry to UQ)
Charles Sturt UniversityDental Science, Medicine (Joint Program in Medicine)
Curtin UniversityMedicine
Flinders UniversityClinical Sciences / Medicine
Flinders UniversityDental Health Science
Monash UniversityMedicine 
The University of Newcastle / University of New EnglandJoint Medical Program  
The University of New South WalesMedicine   
The University of QueenslandMedicine (provisional entry), Dental Science 
University of Southern QueenslandMedicine Pathway (Provisional entry to UQ MD, Darling Downs-Southwest Medical Pathway) 
University of TasmaniaMedicine
The University of Western AustraliaMedicine (Direct Pathway), Dental Medicine (Direct Pathway) 
Western Sydney UniversityMedicine
The University of Auckland (NZ)Medicine
University of Otago Medicine, Dentistry 

There are two upcoming information sessions at SAC to assist students interested in medicine, dentistry and clinical sciences: 

Seminar/workshop introducing UCAT hosted by Fraser’s Medical
(Tuesday 21 February)

1 – 1.45pm in the McAuley Auditorium.

This workshop is suitable for students in Year 10, 11 or 12. 

Exploring course options for Medicine in Adelaide, hosted by the University of Adelaide and Flinders University.
(Friday 10 March)

12.15 -1pm in the McAuley Auditorium.
Suitable for students in Year 11 or 12. 

Work Experience 2023 

At this time of the year all students in Year 10 are preparing to secure placements for work experience. Work Experience is a wonderful opportunity for students to gain an insight into the world of work and provides some unique possibilities for personal development. 

We invite families and friends of SAC to make contact with Ms Julie Stephenson (Work Experience Coordinator) if you, or the organisation in which you work, can offer a placement to support one or more students. We are appreciative of workplaces who so generously host students as a gesture of goodwill while sharing their knowledge of a career area with a young person. 

Year 10 students spend considerable time during Personal Learning Studies lessons to prepare for placement, including understanding of occupational health and safety and workplace requirements. As always, we look forward to visiting students out in the workforce in Term 2 where they so often thrive and shine.