The Standard Pathway is suitable for most international medical graduates wishing to gain general medical registration in Australia. The AMC portion of the Standard Pathway includes two exams; a multiple choice written examination (AMC MCQ) and a clinical examination. Learn More.
Medical practitioners entering Australia to work are required to pass the IELTS exam. You must achieve a B grade in all areas of assessment including reading, writing, speaking and listening. Learn more about the exam.
The PESCI interview can be conducted by any of the 3 recognised PESCI providers; RACGP ot ACRRM. The interview is designed to test the applicants knowledge, skills and experience to practice safely and effectively in Australia. Learn More.
The competent authority pathway is suitable for IMGs who have passed recognised examinations or have completed training through a Board approved competent authority such as the General Medical Council (UK). Discover other approved authorities.