Yes, it "guarantees" an interview only - IIRC a person has to "pass" 5 out of 8 stations in the interview to be given a place offer. Important point is that this is for a full fee paying place, which costs $295 000, and does not guarantee an internship position upon graduation.I can't believe I missed those post. It was extremely insightful!
I might be missing something but is the Chancellors program and the Guaranteed pathway the same concept?
As quoted 96 AND ABOVE
'Applicants who receive an ATAR (or notional ATAR) between 99.00 and 99.85 in Year 12 and commence and complete an undergraduate course at the University of Melbourne with a weighted average mark of 75% or higher are guaranteed an Australian fee place (for domestic students) or international fee place.'
Does this involve the same concept of being given only an interview NOT an actual place?
I find it very surprising they would not mention this on the website, almost concerning.
If it does actually *gaurantee* one a spot, would one be better off doing a 'lower tier' course such as Bachelor of Science or sticking to Biomedicine?
I believe to be eligible for this gaurantee one has to do either and I was wondering whether it matters which a person completes in order for good prospects in Medicine in the future.
No, your undergraduate degree will not affect your career prospects in medicine.