Medical school degrees are awarded by the US Government, the US Department of Health and the National Institutes of Health.
You can also apply online, but this is not a mandatory course.
There are some different types of medical school degrees, depending on your major, which are listed below.
It is worth mentioning that some of these courses are taught by specialised groups of physicians, with many offering only basic courses.
The first step to becoming a doctor is to apply to the US Medical Licensing Examination (MLSE) which is administered by the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME).
If you are an Australian citizen you will need to obtain a US passport before you can take the MLSE, although there is no requirement to apply for a US visa.
For those who are not Australian, you can apply to have your medical school degree recognised in Australia.
You can take up to three courses from the MLES in the same year.
If you have a medical training that is recognised by the relevant State or Territory, you may also be eligible for the National Health Service Accreditation Scheme (NHSA).
You can find more information on the NHSA here.
You can apply for the Medical School Certificate (MSC) or the Medical Certificate (MCC) from your medical training.
Depending on your medical qualifications, you will also need to complete a postgraduate medical degree, known as a medical postgraduate qualification.
The postgraduate degree is awarded to students who have completed a Bachelor of Science or higher degree.
The Medical College of NSW, which oversees medical education in NSW, is also accredited by the NSW Government.
You will need a degree from an accredited medical school in NSW before you will be able to apply.
The University of NSW is accredited by Australian Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
Your medical school qualification also determines whether you can access some of the specialised courses that you can get from other medical schools in Australia, such as your specialty or fellowship, or the US National Board.
The National Board for Medical Exams (NBEM) regulates medical training in Australia and offers the following medical education qualifications: Medical Teaching Certificate (MTC): is the only medical training certificate that you need to take before you get an MSc in a medical field.
This is a post-graduate course that provides students with practical experience in a particular specialty, and is normally taken at the end of their first year of medical training, although it can be taken at any time after graduation.
It is available to those with an ABS or other accredited medical qualification, and offers more than 60 units of study and four units of practicum.
It requires an A Level in your major and is subject to the University of New South Wales’s requirements.
MSc in Medicine (MTM): is a full-time course, with four units per term, for students with an MLevel in Medicine.
Students are required to have an ALevel in their major, have a minimum score of 70 on the Medical Assessment of Postgraduate Medical Education (MAAPGRE), and have a score of 75 or higher on the National Assessment of Medical Qualifications (NAMAQME).
It has no equivalent in the US, but it has a number of specialisations.
Medical College of New Zealand (MCNZ): is an accredited degree in medicine that allows you to practise in New Zealand.
It has four units, with an average score of 90, and a maximum score of 100.
Pharmacy Postgraduate Certificate (PMC): provides students who hold a Pharmacy or Pharmacy Specialist certificate with an accredited qualification that allows them to work as a pharmacist, pharmacist assistant, or pharmacy technician.
It gives students with a Pharmacist Specialist degree the option to work in pharmacy, in a pharmacy setting or as a pharmacy technician at a pharmacy.
Nurse Practitioner Postgraduate (NPPG): is awarded for nursing students who are pursuing a pharmacy degree, which will help them prepare for an entry level pharmacy job.
It allows them the option of working as a nurse practitioner or a pharmacy assistant.
Doctor of Medicine (DMD) Postgraduate: is awarded by US medical schools to those who have successfully completed a doctor of medicine degree.
It covers a variety of specialities and includes a number that are accredited by other countries.
You may be eligible to have this degree recognised by US state or territory governments, but you must apply for it.
MDDS in Medicine, DMD in Medicine and Pharmacy (MDMP): are also awarded by medical schools and are available to anyone with a doctorate in medicine, a doctorates in medicine and pharmacy or an MD degree.
They are not awarded to applicants who have received their doctorate from a different accredited medical institution.
Other specialisations, such the Specialist in Occupational Therapy (SOAT) program, which covers occupational therapy and occupational medicine, are also available to people who have