Entry and interview

Graduate Entry to FMHS undergraduate clinical programmes for 2022 entry

The deadline for submission of final grades (either showing in Student Services Online for University of Auckland students, or sent to us by official transcript for students from other institutions) has previously been noted in the online application form for undergraduate clinical programmes as being the 30 November 2021, for 2022 entry.

Due to the continued disturbance of Covid-19 and associated lockdowns on Semester Two 2021 courses, the deadline has been extended to 5pm Monday 6 December 2021, for 2022 entry to FMHS undergraduate clinical programmes.

Applicants who are concerned that they still may not meet this new deadline are encouraged to contact us by email as soon as possible, via fmhs@auckland.ac.nz.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)

MBChB applicants are selected on the basis of academic merit, UCAT ANZ performance and personal qualities exhibited during the admission interview (MMI).

There are two application categories for entry into the MBChB:

1. First year entry: First year applicants may apply from either the BHSc or BSc (Biomedical Science) at the University of Auckland

2. Graduate entry

For more information on application categories and selection criteria see: Entry requirements for MBChB.

UCAT ANZ (University Clinical Aptitude Test for Australia and New Zealand)

All MBChB applicants (except international graduates) are required to sit the UCAT ANZ in the year of application to MBChB.

UCAT ANZ is not required for BMedImag(Hons), BOptom, BPharm, MAud or MHSc NUDI applications.

Applicants must be familiar with the Compulsory Declaration which can be found on the MBChB portal under 'Guidebooks'.

Bachelor of Optometry (BOptom)

BOptom applicants are selected on the basis of academic merit and personal qualities exhibited during the admission interview (MMI).

There are two application categories for entry into the BOptom:

  1. Undergraduate entry: First year applicants may apply from either the BSc (Biomedical Science) at the University of Auckland or the HSFY at the University of Otago
  2. Graduate entry

For more information on application categories and selection criteria
see: Entry requirements for BOptom

Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm)

BPharm applicants are selected on the basis of academic merit and personal qualities exhibited during the admission interview (MMI).

There are two application categories for entry into the BPharm:

  1. First year entry: First year applicants may apply from either the BHSc or BSc at the University of Auckland
  2. Alternative Admission entry

For more information on application categories and selection criteria see: Entry requirements for BPharm

Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Hons) (BMedImag(Hons))

BMedImag(Hons) applicants are selected on the basis of academic merit and personal qualities exhibited during the admission interview (MMI).

There are two application categories for entry into the BMedImag(Hons):

  1. Undergraduate entry: First year applicants may apply from either the BSc (Biomedical Science) at the University of Auckland or the HSFY at the University of Otago
  2. Graduate entry

For more information on application categories and selection criteria see: Entry requirements for BMedImag(Hons)

Master of Audiology (MAud)

MAud applicants are selected on the basis of academic merit and personal qualities exhibited during the admission interview (MMI).

For more information on application categories and selection criteria see: Entry requirements for MAud.

Master of Health Sciences in Nutrition and Dietetics (MHSc Nutrition and Dietetics)

MHSc Nutrition and Dietetics applicants are selected on the basis of academic merit and personal qualities exhibited during the admission interview (MMI).

For more information on application categories and selection criteria see: Entry requirements for MHSc Nutrition and Dietetics.

Multi Mini Interviews (MMI)

The process for MMI has changed for 2021 to ensure that they can go ahead at any Alert Level. Updated information about how MMIs will operate can be found at the link below.

Admission appeal guidelines

Please note that the grounds for appeal are limited to matters of process related to the prescribed application procedure. It cannot consider matters of professional judgement.