The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences is Australia’s largest biomedical research faculty. We employ more than 1500 researchers undertaking world class research across a wide range of health and social issues in a diverse range of research settings.
The Bachelor of Biomedicine has a diverse range of entry options depending on your background. Find out more about which application pathway is best for you and what requirements you'll need to meet.
The Bachelor of Biomedicine has a huge range of majors giving you the opportunity to specialise in key areas of interest. See sample course structures and explore breadth subjects to round out your degree.
In addition to the academic opportunities available in the Bachelor of Biomedicine, there are a variety of other activities which will help you get the most out of your degree. Find out more about social and mentoring events run by the Biomedicine Students' Society, studying overseas, or volunteering.
Full time undergraduate students at the University of Melbourne usually take eight subjects each year for three years. Each subject in the Bachelor of Biomedicine has a point value, and all students must complete a total of 300 points in order to graduate.
The Bachelor of Biomedicine is just the first step on your pathway to amazing range of study and research opportunities. From becoming a world class doctor to helping develop health policy in developing countries, or discovering the next major breathrough in treating major diseases, there is a program to suit your needs in our faculty.