The Australian Medical Council Incorporated (AMC) is a national standards advisory body for basic medical education. One of the functions of the AMC is to assess overseas trained doctors who wish to practice medicine in Australia.
The standard of the AMC examinations is defined as, "the level of attainment of medical knowledge, clinical skills and attitudes required of newly qualified graduates of Australian medical schools who are about to commence intern training."
There are three main assessment pathways:
Competent Authority Pathway
For International Medical Graduates (IMGs) who graduate from a Chinese medical school, they only need to take the Standard Pathway.
You can apply for eligibility to be assessed under the Standard Pathway if you meet the following requirements:
You completed the requirements for the award of your primary qualification at a training institution listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED) of the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER).
You were issued with a final or provisional primary qualification by your training institution.
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