Student Body Demographics

The diversity of OUM’s student body is impressive, both in its range of professions and the native countries it represents. The majority of OUM students have many years of experience in the workforce, largely in healthcare professions, but also in the business world. MORE

Student & Graduate Comments

"OUM has given me a sense of autonomy to think on my own two feet. It allowed me to look deep inside to discover why I really wanted to become a physician. When I finish my residency next year, I’ll be going into my own private practice."
Dr. N.M., OUM Class of 2009, Internal Medicine Senior Resident, Maryland
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The role of technology

Oceania University of Medicine provides its medical education program utilizing an online curriculum and the best of today’s e-learning capabilities. The licensed software and course content program, which presents the cases, exhibits, and assessments, was developed and continues to be monitored by medical scholars from Australia, the US, and Samoa. MORE

Tuition

  New students are required to pay a ten percent non-refundable matriculation fee of AU$840 at the time of acceptance to secure their choice of Introduction to Medicine (ITM) module enrolment date. The remainder of the ITM tuition must be paid at least 30 days before the term begins. MORE

Financial Aid

  Financial aid is available to OUM students in the form of scholarships and payment plans. All OUM students in good standing are eligible for payment plans which give students the flexibility to budget and pay for medical school as they progress through the curriculum.  MORE

School Policies

Like all medical schools and other higher education institutions, OUM has established a number of policies and regulations that standardize student situations ranging from attendance and dissemination of grades, to substance abuse, retaking exams, and special considerations. MORE

   
 
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