Programme Name Master of Medicine in Family Medicine (Quota Based)
Programme Description
In 2019, FNU Postgraduate Diploma in Family Medicine commenced its first cohort of trainees.  The Master of Medicine in Family Medicine will provide a pathway for this cohort and prospective trainees to become specialists in the field of family medicine. This programme contains the same structure as the other MMED programme currently offered by FNU, but with a different specialisation.  The curriculum and learning outcomes will provide the graduate with an equivalent level of expertise to the 'Fellowship' which is offered in Australia and New Zealand by the respective professional Colleges, eg (RACGP; and will lead to a specialist qualification.
Majors Family Medicine
Minimum Requirement
1. A minimum 65% overall mark in FMD801, or
2. Graduates of FMD801 who achieved the award but who did not obtain the requisite 65% may attain entrance following achievement of a minimum 65% in an entrance exam, or
3. Repeat of FMD801 and obtainment of the minimum of 65% overall in the subsequent attempt
The above points must be obtained within the previous 3 years of the proposed year of entry.  
4. For those who have obtained the PGDFM and with a minimum of 65% but have exceeded the maximum 3 years post-qualification (as specified above), for entry into the MMED (FMD), it is also required to pass the entrance exam with a minimum grade of 65%. 
Further entry requirements:
• Must have obtained, or be able to obtain, suitable employment within the primary care sector, as outlined in section 2.2 above
• Must hold appropriate medical registration for all workplace placements
• Applicants are generally citizens of Pacific Island countries, however outside applicants may be considered..
Programme Type Masters
Credit Points Required 460
Campus Pasifika
Duration 3
Estimated Tution Fees - Local (FJD) $48,669.00
Estimated Tution Fees - Regional $48,669.00
Year 2
Core Units Offered In
FMD830 - Family Medicine III Semester 1,2
Year 3