AIDA commits to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students. We advocate for best practice in developing approaches to grow the Indigenous medical workforce through the enrolment, retention and graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students.
There are many paths to gain entry into a medical degree. Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Network provides advice and guides to help you determine which university will be the best fit for you.
The Aspiration Initiative provides a list of scholarships and financial support options that you can apply for to help you through your studies as well as contact points for further advice.
AIDA provides you with information on the different stages to becoming a practicing doctor after you finish your medical degree, and the difference between being a resident or training to specialise in a particular medical field.