As part of the University of Otago Medical School, established in 1875, the Dunedin Campus enjoys the proud legacy of New Zealand's first medical school. Centrally located in the city of Dunedin, New Zealand, the School is the medical hub for the Dunedin Health campus.
Additional to its world-class research-based training at Dunedin and Southland Hospitals, the Dunedin Campus also provides students with rural healthcare experience in country areas around Otago and Southland, and experience in urban community settings.
World-class medical education and research
All University of Otago medical students undertake three years' study in Dunedin, before choosing the Christchurch, Dunedin, or Wellington campuses for clinical training in years four, five, and six.
At any one time, the Dunedin Campus hosts approximately 900 EFTS medical and postgraduate students, and approximately 500 academic, research, and professional staff.
Supporting the teaching programmes are the Dean’s Office and eight academic departments, each with a number of specialty sections or units.
- Mission statement of Otago Medical School’s Dunedin Campus
- History of Otago Medical School’s Dunedin Campus
- Structure of Otago Medical School’s Dunedin Campus
- Strategic Plan
The University of Otago website has comprehensive information about living and working in Dunedin. There you can read more about: