Tasmanian School of Medicine
Welcome to the Tasmanian School of Medicine
The Tasmanian School of Medicine has a proud history of excellence in teaching and research for over 50 years. The School is also vitally important for the Tasmanian community, working closely with the local health system and providing medical, paramedic and postgraduate education to produce excellent practitioners and future health leaders.
The University of Tasmania's medical program is one of Australia’s leading medical degrees, with high ratings for the quality of the learning experience as well as the capability of graduates as medical practitioners.
The Tasmanian School of Medicine benefits from many distinctive learning opportunities through innovation in teaching practice and being deeply embedded into the health system for clinical placements.
The School is committed to undertaking research of global significance, and capacity to become in engaged in research is a feature of all of our major degrees.
— James Vickers
Distinguished Professor and Head of the Tasmanian School of Medicine
Our programs and clinical schools
The Tasmanian School of Medicine covers a range of teaching and research in diverse areas, from clinical training through to changing our understanding of the human body and driving change in healthcare systems. Explore our areas of expertise below.
The Tasmanian School of Medicine has local, national and global partnerships and projects with other universities, medical research institutes, public and private health and hospital providers, foundations and government and non-government organisations.