Flinders University (Flinders) and AMRAK Institute of Medical Science (AMRAK) are delighted to announce our partnership programs.
This partnership will allow Biomedical students at AMRAK Institute of Medical Science to receive credit towards a Flinders degree through one of our recognised pathways.
This partnership allows students from AMRAK Institute of Medical Science (AMRAK) to enrol in the Bachelor of Medical Science & Bachelor of Medical Science (Laboratory Medicine) at Flinders.
Diploma in Biomedical Science
Upon successful completion of the Diploma topics below, you will gain 1-year credit towards the Bachelor of Medical Science or Bachelor of Medical Science (Laboratory Medicine).
Course duration: 2 years Full time*
Fundamentals of Cytology and Genetics
Anatomy and Physiology
Histopathology & Laboratory Management
Statistical Analysis Techniques
Hermatology and Transfusion Science
Biomedical Technics and Applications
“ I looked through different universities and Flinders was my first choice as one of the pioneers in research education.
Flinders University campus is full of places where I can hangout from the grass lining or just by the lake. I love the ambience and all the people are so lovely. Located in Adelaide one of the most affordable cities in Australia, clean, safe and uncongested”
Lashika Weerakoon Post-graduate student, Sri Lanka
Guaranteed Industry Experience
Exclusive to this partnership, all students who complete a Medical Science course will gain industry experience through a placement, internship or live industry project.
What does a career in Medical Science look like?
Gain medical laboratory skills and competencies through laboratory learning made possible by being located within the Flinders Medical Centre on campus and the co-operative industry partnerships between diagnostic pathology laboratories and Flinders University
As a medical scientist specialising in laboratory medicine, you will handle patient samples and undertake laboratory testing to support and guide clinical decisions.
Students undertake two 13-week placements, equating to approximately 900 hours of laboratory placement in the fourth year of the degree.
This specialised degree provides opportunities for students interested in a wide range of careers in the medical and health sciences, and underpins virtually all fields of medical science.
In the third year a professional placement will be available involving laboratory-based project.
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