Please ensure that you’ve read all Clerkship information before you start your application and that you have the correct supporting documents.
Important details to note:
All International passenger arrivals cannot enter a NSW hospital as it is a high risk settings for at least 7 days after arriving in Australia. Please take this into consideration when planning your travel.
Contacts for the Clerkships coordinator.
UNSW Sydney NSW 2052 AUSTRALIA
T: +61 2 9385 8909
Make sure you have prepared the documents listed below to support your application.
These documents are required to support your application:
Your application form should be printed, completed and signed. The last page of the application has to be endorsed by your medical school and include a signature and an official university stamp.
You will need your institution to issue you with an academic transcript.
You must provide evidence of the medical indemnity insurance from your medical school while you are on Clerkship. This must indicate that you are covered for professional medical indemnity, not only travel and personal health insurance.
You must provide your curriculum vitae (CV) or resume.
PLEASE NOTE - If you are applying for a Trauma placement with the Trauma Department, Liverpool Hospital, an outline of your interest in, and reasons for placement must also accompany the CV.
You’ll need a Criminal Record Statement from the appropriate authority in your country.
Once an offer of placement has been made, international students will also have to provide an Australian Federal Police (AFP) Check certificate. An online application and payment option can be found at AFP certificates.
When completing your police check application indicate the following:
Applications for Clerkships must be made directly through the Clerkship Coordinator, using the application form and not to individual hospitals.
Always visit the Clerkships page prior to applying, to ensure we are currently accepting applications.
We will delete any applications received outside acceptance period, unless specifically authorised.
UNSW Medicine Clerkships is a placement program that provides hands-on skills and practical experience at one of UNSW's clinical teaching hospitals alongside other health professionals.
The UNSW Medicine Clerkship Program offers non-UNSW Medicine student placements with a number of clinical specialities.