Universities

The institutions listed below currently use GAMSAT scores. Please refer to the universities' websites for information about their selection processes and admission into their programs.

 

The institutions listed below currently use GAMSAT scores. Please refer to the universities' websites for information about their selection processes and admission into their programs.

 

 

Australia:

 

Ireland:

 

Australian National University
- Medicine

 

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
- Medicine

 

Deakin University
- Medicine

 

University College Cork
- Medicine

 

Flinders University
- Medicine
 

 

University College Dublin
- Medicine
- Veterinary Medicine

 

Griffith University
- Medicine
 

 

University of Limerick
- Medicine
- Physiotherapy

 

Macquarie University
- Medicine
 

 
 

The University of Queensland
- Medicine
 

 

UK:

 

The University of Melbourne
- Medicine
- Dentistry
- Optometry

 

Cardiff University
- Medicine

 

 

The University of Notre Dame (Fremantle)
- Medicine

 

Keele University
- Medicine

 

The University of Notre Dame (Sydney)
- Medicine
 

 

Plymouth University
- Medicine
- Dentistry

 

The University of Sydney
- Medicine
- Dentistry
- Pharmacy

 

University of Exeter
- Medicine

 

 

The University of Western Australia
- Medicine
- Dentistry
- Podiatric Medicine

 

University of Liverpool
- Medicine

 

 

The University of Wollongong
- Medicine

 

St George's University of London
 
- Medicine

 

Poland:

 

Swansea University
- Medicine

 

Jagiellonian University Medical College
- Medicine

 

The University of Nottingham
- Medicine

 

Poznan University of Medical Sciences
- Medicine

 

Universities of St Andrews and Dundee in partnership with University of the Highlands and Islands (ScotGEM)
- Medicine

  

Israel/USA

 

Singapore

  

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
 - Medicine (International Health)

 

Duke-NUS Medical School
 - Medicine

 

Oceania University of Medicine accepts GAMSAT scores from applicants to its graduate medicine programs. Oceania University of Medicine is not a member of the GAMSAT Consortium. It does not use the results’ verification system available to members of the Consortium or a university that has an approved arrangement with the Consortium. As well, Oceania University of Medicine, does not have the same rules governing the currency of GAMSAT results, as do the Consortium member universities or a university that has an approved arrangement with the GAMSAT Consortium. GAMSAT results acceptable to Oceania University of Medicine may therefore not be valid for a graduate medicine application to Consortium member universities or a university that has an approved agreement with the GAMSAT Consortium.