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To apply for 2021 AGPT program please follow the below steps.

 

Step 1: Apply online

Choose which fellowship college you would like to apply to (the ACRRM and/or RACGP) and apply online at your chosen college’s website during the application period

Applications open: Monday, 23rd March 10am AEDT

Applications close: Monday, 11th May 10am AEST

Step 2: Pay college application fee and participate in stage 1 assessment

ACRRM

ACRRM

Application fee: $700

Due date: 10am AEST Monday, 11 May 2020

Stage 1 assessment

  • Candidates to complete written submission and nominate referees as part of the online application
  • ACRRM will review written submission and referee reports

Selection Timetable

  • 10am AEST Monday, 11 May 2020 – Written submission and referee nominations ($700 application fee due)
  • Tuesday, 26 May 2020 – Referee reports due

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RACGP

RACGP

Application fee: $725

Due date: Payable upon registration for CAAKT

Stage 1 assessment

  • Candidate Assessment and Applied Knowledge Test (CAAKT)

Selection Timetable

  • Tuesday, 2 June 2020 – Eligible candidates enrol and pay the application fee and book in CAAKT stage 1 assessment
  • Thursday, 25 June – Saturday, 27 June 2020 – Candidate sits CAAKT assessment

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Step 3: Participate in stage 2 assessment with GPEx

ACRRM

ACRRM

Stage 2 assessment – Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI’s)

  • ACRRM to notify candidates who successfully passed written submission that they have been shortlisted for interview
  • MMI Interview with ACRRM and GPEx representatives
  • ACRRM to notify candidates of selection outcomes. Offers and acceptances due within 7 days of offer.

Selection Timetable

  • 16-19 June 2020 – ACRRM to notify candidates of MMI date and time
  • 9-19 July 2020 – MMI interviews conducted with ACRRM and GPEx
  • Monday, 3 August 2020 – ACRRM to send first intake offers to successful candidates– acceptances due within 7 days (Monday, 10 August 2020)

Express your interest

RACGP

RACGP

Stage 2 assessment – Panel interview with GPEx

  • GPEx will notify candidates of the interview date and time Interview with GPEx representative
  • First intake offers sent and acceptances due within 7 day

Selection Timetable

  • Thursday, 16 July 2020 – GPEx to notify candidates of interview date and time
  • Monday, 27 July 2020- Friday 31 July 2020 – Interviews conducted with GPEx
  • Friday, 21 August 2020 – GPEx to notify candidates of selection outcomes. Offers and acceptances due within 7 days of offer.

Express your interest

For further information
Visit the college websites ACRRM and RACGP for further resources

ACRRM Resources

Upcoming webinar Dates 

Applying for the AGPT Program with ACRRM – Hints and tips for successful selection
Wed 8 April at 6pm (QLD time)
Register here

RACGP Resources

Upcoming webinar dates

RACGP – Application and selection process webinar
Friday 3 April, 12pm AEDT
Register here 

RACGP – Application and selection process webinar
Wednesday 15 April, 6pm AEST
Register here

RACGP – Candidate Assessment and Applied Knowledge Test (CAAKT) webinar
Wednesday 3 June, 6pm AEST
Register here

Disclaimer: This information was correct at the time of publication and is subject to change. Always check the ACRRM and RACGP websites for the most up to date information

Need assistance with your application?
GPEx is here to help

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457 and TSS 482, 491 and 494 Visa Holders

If you are a foreign graduate of an Accredited Medical School (FGAMS) and hold a 457 or TSS 482, 491 or 494 visa and meet certain requirements, you may be able to apply to the AGPT 2021 program and train with GPEx.

GPEx has a network of training practices willing to sponsor and employ temporary visa holders.

It is an expectation of the AGPT Program that temporary visa holder applicants obtain Australian permanent residency, or Australian or New Zealand citizenship, by the end of the first 12 months of community general practice training.

Holders of 457 and TSS 482, 491 or 494 visas who wish to receive a letter of support from GPEx to apply to the AGPT program in South Australia can email selection@gpex.com.au for a list of requirements.

A GPEx letter of support is not a guarantee of a training offer and applicants are still required to go through the selection process of their chosen general practice college/s.

Got Questions about your visa and application?
Speak to the Selection Team

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