Are you considering Biomedicine at Melbourne?
Here’s our at-a-glance guide to studying a Bachelor of Biomedicine - and where your career might take you.
Does the science behind what creates, sustains and threatens peoples lives intrigue you? Are you curious to discover the next generation of treatments to help improve the health of people around the world?
We are looking for the next generation of biomedical scientists to help advance human health in Australia, and beyond.
If you are considering a career in biomedicine, medicine, research or other professional health streams then here are some resources to explore during the change of preference period.
Explore your career pathways
With 15 majors to choose from and over 50 graduate courses that Biomedicine students can pursue in the Faculty of MDHS, there are numerous career pathways stemming from the Bachelor of Biomedicine.
Students careers progress across a broad spectrum of specialisations including medicine, medical research, physiotherapy, optometry, dentistry, as well as less conventional streams like law, business and science communications.
Find out where some of our incredible graduates are now.
Develop your employability while you study
Career development is about the process of managing your learning, work and leisure to progress through life - gaining and using the skills and knowledge needed to plan and make informed decisions about education, training and work.
It’s useful to remember that employability skills are the non-technical skills needed to get a job. These ‘soft skills’ include communication, teamwork, problem solving, initiative, planning and organising, decision making, self-management and networking.
Current students in the School have access to tools and resources on the Uni Melb online career hub, they can explore options through the Student @ Work Internship Program and Melbourne Plus and get involved in careers and networking events.
Hear what our experts have to say
Take a peek inside the Department of Anatomy & Physiology
Go behind the scenes in our five part documentary series, In the Lab, and hear from our researchers, teachers, students, alumni and collaborators, and learn from their journey in biomedicine.
Be part of Uni Melb’s vibrant student life
The Biomedicine Student's Society (BSS) is amongst the most active and inclusive of university student groups. The strong cohort framework of the Biomed degree allows the BSS to provide academic and social programs that are tailored to the journey you will share with your peers.
From a residential 'welcome camp' and an Annual Biomedicine Ball to a series of programs including peer-group tutorials, advice about subjects and majors from senior students and study groups and practice sessions to help with GAMSAT and graduate course interviews.
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Connect to our student support services
There is an array of student services at Melbourne to help your transition to University and support you throughout your studies – like the peer mentoring program, academic advising, clubs and societies, the Health Hub and many more.
Get inspired by our outstanding graduates
A Bachelor of Biomedicine can take you down many different paths. Check out the stories of some of our inspiring alumni to see where their degree has taken them.
Find out more about the Bachelor of Biomedicine here.