Bonded Medical Places (BMP)

Bonded Medical Places (BMP) Scheme - Direct Entry & Graduate Entry

Approximately 28% of CSP places in university medical programs across Australia must be set aside for The Federal Government's Bonded Medical Places (BMP) scheme.  Students accepting a Bonded Medical Place will be required by the government to practice in a designated area of medical need at the completion of their training. An area of medical need will be a district of workforce shortage as defined by the Australian Government.

Students accepting a Bonded Medical Place will be required by the government to practice in a designated area of medical need at the completion of their training. An area of medical need will be a district of workforce shortage as defined by the Australian Government.

2020

Recipients are required to work in a district of workforce shortage for a period of three (3) years at the completion of their training.

  • Graduate Entry applicants will be allocated by the Faculty.
  • Direct Entry applicants will apply for a bonded medical place via VTAC.

2019

Recipients are required to work in a district of workforce shortage for a period of time equal to 12 months at the completion of their training.

Please complete and submit the application form (pdf, 679KB) to confirm your acceptance of the terms and conditions associated with commencing a BMP position at Monash. You will need to save/download the form to view and enter the data.

Monash BMP Acceptance Form

Once you have completed all the government requirements, please also complete and return the Monash forms as provided below.

Direct Entry applicants, please complete and return this Monash University 2019 Monash BMP Form by 18th February 2019

For Graduate Entry applicants, please complete and return this Monash University 2019 Monash BMP Form by 4th February 2019

For further information

Telephone: 1800 987 104 (freecall)

BMPscheme@health.gov.au

Web: http://www.health.gov.au/bmpscheme