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Structure of Otago Medical School’s Dunedin Campus

Overview

Otago Medical School, founded in 1875, is the oldest medical school in New Zealand.

Otago Medical School comprises the Christchurch, Dunedin, and Wellington campuses.

At the Dunedin Campus, our major teaching responsibility is the education of medical students throughout all six years of study. This includes teaching all University of Otago medical students in the Early Learning in Medicine (ELM) programme, and Dunedin-based students in years four, five, and six.

We also have a wide range of postgraduate programmes.

Our thriving research community supports staff undertaking research of an international standard in health, biomedical sciences, and related disciplines.

How Otago Medical School’s Dunedin Campus fits within the University of Otago

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Departments at Otago Medical School’s Dunedin Campus

Dunedin Campus administration

Dunedin Campus academic departments

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