Medicine courses are typically a four to six-year program and sometimes it requires relocation. A medicine degree can lead to a career as a medical or general practitioner.
The Good Universities Guide rankings are designed to highlight a universities’ specific strengths, offering insight to support and guide decision-making when choosing a university. View the rankings in terms of how each university performs overall, or you can narrow down by field of study and state.
We looked at which universities with undergraduate medicine degrees performed best in graduate salary, full time employment and student support.
The following rankings revealed the median salary of university graduates. The University of Western Australia scored the highest graduate salary with $76,000, followed by The University of Notre Dame with $75,000.
This rating looks at the proportion of graduates who were employed full time four months after completing their course. The following universities received a score of 100%:
This rating looks at the proportion of students who were satisfied with the support they received from their institution. Ratings revealed that only three universities scored five-star ratings in providing top student support. Curtin University was crowned number one with a score of 96.40%, while Bond University secured second place with 92.50%.
View rankings for overall experience in medicine courses by The Good Universities Guide — filter by undergraduate, postgraduate and location.