The College of Medicine and Dentistry is looking for clinicians, members of the public and James Cook University (JCU) staff to be part of a medical student selection panel. Each year, James Cook University interviews approximately 900 applicants for entry into the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) course.
The interview component is an integral part of our selection process and we rely on clinicians, health professionals, academics and community volunteers to undertake this task.
Volunteers are integral to our panel interview process. Without community involvement we would not be able to run this vital part of our selection process that provides us with important insights into our applicant pool. Each year we require around 600 volunteers for this process.
Volunteers are required to:
Existing interviewers can attend a two hour refresher training if they have not been involved in interviewing for three or more years.
Interviews are held from Tuesday, 27 November 2018 to Thursday, 6 December 2018 and Friday, 4 January 2019.
Interested volunteers will be trained in September 2018 and placed on panels according to their selected availability.
New Volunteers please visit https://medintake.jcu.edu.au/Security/newinterviewer.aspx to create a profile and select your availability.
Experienced volunteers please visit https://medintake.jcu.edu.au/Security/login.aspx and use the login details provided via email.
For further information, please direct your enquiries to:
Stakeholder Support Officer
Phone 07 4781 4105