School Of Medicine

School of Medicine at WSU

Opened in 2008, the School of Medicine is a state of the art medical education and research facility at the WSU Campbelltown campus which graduates more than 100 doctors for the region each year.

One of the most advanced medical training centres in Australia, the development provides students and researchers with specialist teaching and laboratory facilities, including simulated learning spaces for clinical skills learning, an anatomy laboratory, problem-based learning tutorial rooms and research equipment.

In 2017, there were more than 740 students enrolled in the School of Medicine. More than 70% of the doctors trained at Western Sydney University's School of Medicine, stay and practice medicine in the city and surrounding region.

The School of Medicine believes that advances in medicine rely on advances in knowledge. Research activities include working in laboratories at a molecular level, improving educational practice with medical students, working with patients in outpatient clinics at local hospitals, and working with Aboriginal medical services in rural and remote areas.

The Medical Education Unit is recognised globally for collaboratively creating and delivering medical education and training that is best practice, innovative, evolving and evidence based, grounded in the learning needs of students, and the health needs of patients and the local community. 


Location: Building 30, Western Sydney University, Campbelltown Campus
Narellan Road, Campbelltown, NSW 2560.