Interested in GP training?
Come to one of our information sessions in March – April.
- Talk to a medical educator, registrar and representatives of the colleges.
- Find out more about the application and selection process.
- Bring your questions and friends.
“If you’re the doctor who likes every rotation that you do, and everything seems interesting, you should be a GP because General Practice is the only place where you can do a little bit of everything.”
— DR JOHN DE VRIES, GP
RACGP Webinar on selections for 2020 Intake
The RACGP will be conducting an informational webinar on the application and selection process for the 2020 intake on Wednesday 20 February 2019 at 5 PM AEST. All those interested in applying to the RACGP program for 2020 are welcome to attend.
Check your eligibility
Use our eligibility checker to find out if you’re ready for GP training.
Considering general practice?
Our medical educator Dr John Buckley didn’t always know what career to pursue. But many years later, he is happy with his decision to become a GP. Watch our cartoon version of Dr Buckley discussing his love of general practice, from the variety of medicine to the long-term relationships with patients.
Discover rural medicine
Our rural registrars and educators share their experiences.
Train in Indigenous health
Learn how to treat Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients.
Which pathway should you take?
Find out the differences between the General Pathway and the Rural Pathway.
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