The Australian Medical Council (the AMC) is responsible for accrediting education providers and their programs of study for the medical profession.
The AMC assesses medical schools and their programs of study against the approved Accreditation Standards for Primary Medical Education Providers and their Program of Study and Graduate Outcome Statements (95.8 KB,PDF).
Accreditation standards take effect on the day that they are published on the Medical Board of Australia's website or a later date stated in the standard.
The Board approved the above accreditation standards at its meeting on 12 December 2012. These standards were published on 21 December 2012.
The AMC provides accreditation reports to the Board on the programs of study it has accredited. The Board may then approve, or refuse to approve, the accredited program of study as providing a qualification for the purposes of registration. An approval may be granted subject to conditions.
The Board has approved the following accredited programs of study as providing a qualification for the purposes of general registration.
An online search is also available for all approved programs of study.