Australia offers one of the most affordable alternatives for internationals wishing to study medicine abroad. If you’re coming from the US, Canada, or the UK you’re going to enjoy the great exchange rate. Here is a list of the most current medical school tuition fees for full fee paying international students in $AUD.

Undergraduate Entry (tuition fee per year)

Bond University in Robina, Queensland (46,620)

James Cook University in Townsville, Queensland (32,880)

University of Adelaide in South Australia (32,440)

University of Newcastle in Calaghan, New South Wales

*No longer accepts direct applications from international students

University of New South Wales in Sydney, New South Wales (37,920)

University of Tasmania in Hobart, Tasmania (33,000)

Graduate Entry (tuition fee per year)

Australian National University in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory (NSW) (37,440)

Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia (39,000)

Griffith University in Brisbane, Queensland (42,240)

University of Notre Dame in Fremantle, Western Australia

*Currently not available for international students

University of Queensland in Brisbane, Queensland (37,000)

University of Sydney in Sydney, New South Wales (48,864)

University of Wollongong in Wollongong, New South Wales (34,000)

*Deakin University School of Medicine 4-year Graduate Entry program will welcome its first class in February 2008. The School of Medicine will be located in Geelong, Victoria. It will be the first rural and regional medical school in southern Australia and it is the third medical school in Victoria.

Australian Medical Schools that Offer both Undergraduate and Graduate Entry (tuition fee per year)

Monash University in Gippsland, Victoria (40,280)

University of Melbourne in Melbourne, Victoria (32,420)

University of Western Australia in Perth, Western Australia (36,500)