The Bonded Medical Program provides a Commonwealth Supported Place in a medical course at an Australian university.
The Bonded Medical Program provides a Commonwealth Supported Place in a medical course at an Australian university. In return, bonded participants commit to work in an eligible regional, rural and remote area for 3 years after they complete their course. This is called a ‘return of service obligation’.
You can complete your Return of Service Obligation (RoSO):
Existing participants of 2 legacy schemes that have closed to new participants can apply to opt into the Bonded Medical Program. These are the:
If you’re a GP on the Bonded Medical Program administered by the Commonwealth and you’re looking to complete your RoSO in the NT, contact us today.
The Bonded Medical Program is only available in interstate universities. For students studying
medicine in the NT please refer to the Northern Territory Bonded Medical Scheme.
The Northern Territory Bonded Medical Scheme (NTBMS) is a Northern Territory and Australian Government initiative. It is a scheme that funds the medical training of students enrolled in the NT Medical Program delivered by Flinders University. Participants of the NTBMS have their course costs funded by the NT Government and are obliged to undertake a return of service (RoS) to the NT Government.