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TISC codes for medicine and dentistry domestic Direct Pathways

 

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All domestic school leaver applicants to Direct Pathways to medicine, dentistry, podiatric medicine and pharmacy must apply via the Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC).

TISC applications open 7 August 2018 and closed on 28 September 2018 for medicine and dentistry.  TISC applications for podiatric medicine and pharmacy will close in line with general TISC deadlines.

TISC course codes have been simplified in 2018. 

Students can apply for a Direct Pathway to medicine, dentistry, podiatry or pharmacy via a Bachelor of Biomedical Science or Bachelor of Philosophy. Students who wish to complete a Bachelor of Arts, Commerce or Science rather than Biomedical Science must notify Admissions via email meddentadmissions@uwa.edu.au immediately after accepting their Direct Pathway offer on the Unistart website.

 

Medicine unbonded and bonded places

Applicants do not need to specifically apply for an unbonded or bonded place. Places will be allocated according to the students' ranking (using their scores in ATAR, Interview, UMAT). Please refer to Government information about Bonded Medical Places (BMP). 

 

2018 TISC Codes 

Dentistry

UWDMP - Direct Pathway to Doctor of Dental Medicine via Bachelor of Philosophy

UWDMB - Direct Pathway to Doctor of Dental Medicine via Bachelor of Biomedical Science

Medicine 

UWMDP - Direct Pathway to Doctor of Medicine via Bachelor of Philosophy

UWMDB - Direct Pathway to Doctor of Medicine via Bachelor of Biomedical Science

Pharmacy

UWPHW - Direct Pathway to Master of Pharmacy via Bachelor of Philosophy

UWPHI - Direct Pathway to Master of Pharmacy via Bachelor of Biomedical Science

Podiatry

UWPMP - Direct Pathway to Doctor of Podiatric Medicine via Bachelor of Philosophy

UWPMB - Direct Pathway to Doctor of Podiatric Medicine via Bachelor of Biomedical Science

 

Example 1: Student's first preference is medicine via Bachelor of Philosophy, their "Plan B" is a Bachelor of Philosophy, and their "Plan C" is a Bachelor of Biomedical Science.

 

1.            UWMDP            Medicine via Bachelor of Philosophy 

2.            UWMDB            Medicine via Bachelor of Biomedical Science

3.            UWBPH             Bachelor of Philosophy 

4.            UWBMD            Bachelor of Biomedical Science

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Example 2: Student's first preference is medicine via Bachelor of Biomedical Science, their "Plan B" is dentistry via Bachelor of Biomedical Science, and their "Plan C" is a Bachelor of Biomedical Science.

 

1.            UWMDB            Medicine via Bachelor of Biomedical Science

2.            UWDMB            Dentistry via Bachelor of Biomedical Science

3.            UWBMD            Bachelor of Biomedical Science 

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Example 3: Student's first preference is pharmacy via Bachelor of Biomedical Science, their "Plan B" is a Bachelor of Biomedical Science.

 

1.            UWPHI            Pharmacy via Bachelor of Biomedical Science

2.            UWBMD           Bachelor of Biomedical Science 

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Further information about TISC codes and preferences is available on the TISC website