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How to pursue Medicine in Australia out of country?

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How to pursue Medicine in Australia out of country?

Post Posted: Thu Jun 28, 2018 11:48 am

Hi Everyone,

I moved to Australia in 2015 and me and my daughter are about to complete my Tenure for Citizenship which is due in Jan 2019. My Husband is currently working in UAE ( Dubai) and he is PR in Australia. My Daughter is studying here in Australia in yr 10 and she is keen on doing medicine in Australia. Now, There's a Change in the situation, Because of my Husbands work, we ( family) Might need to join him back after our citizenship is done here and we will Put our daughter In IB curriculum Back in Dubai for her yr 11 and 12. Now, Can she Sit for her UMAT exam if she is not in Australia? also ... She will be Australian Citizen at that time, so How can I plan for her medicine in Australia, once she finishes her yr 12 (IB) in UAE?

I'm stuck since I'm thinking that it will be next to impossible to fulfill my daughters dream of pursuing medicine in Australia by sitting in Dubai. We also don't want family separation so intend to stay together in UAE. Please Help and advice what possible options can I have in order for her to get admission in Medicine with IB scores in hand from Overseas. Thanks.

 

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