The Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences is New Zealand's largest provider of medical and biomedical research.
The faculty was established in 1968 as the University of Auckland School of Medicine. Traditionally known for its training
of doctors, the faculty now offers a full range of health and biomedical science
programmes at undergraduate level.
FMHS Undergraduate Prospectus(691.9KB PDF)
Please note that you need to apply to be admitted to the University before you can enrol in any
programmes and courses.
Download a copy of the FAQs for each programme at the Frequently Asked
When you know which programme(s) you want to study, visit our courses page to
find the relevant course prescriptions and availability. You can also find the
University's regulatory requirements and other key academic and general
Search for course(s)
and Pacific Admission Scheme (MAPAS)
To find out everything you need to know about what MAPAS is, visit the
Regional Rural Admission Scheme (RRAS)
To find out everything you need to know about what RRAS is, visit the