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ROADMAP TO Become AN ANAESTHETIST KURA

After Kura - Tertiary

Here are some good subjects to take while you are at kura to become an anaesthetist. If you aren’t taking these subjects kaua e māharahara! You can still be a anaesthetist but you may have to take a short detour. There’s a pathway for everyone in hauora.

Contact the tertiary institute you want to study with and get them to send you more information so you can learn more about what is involved with your degree.

Year 9 – Science, Maths, English. Year 10 – Science, Maths, English. Year 11 – Science, English, Maths useful subjects include Te Reo Māori, biology, chemistry, physics. Year 12 – Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and English, useful subjects also include Maths and Te Reo Māori. Year 13 – Chemistry, Physics, Biology, useful subjects include English, Statistics, Te Reo Māori.

These are the tertiary providers closest to your whare… Auckland - Bachelor of Health Science – University of Auckland Complete first year then apply for second year Bachelor of Medicine or; Complete three year degree and apply for second year Medicine (5 years) Auckland - Bachelor of Science (Specialising in Biomedical Science) - University of Auckland Complete first year then apply for second year Bachelor of Medicine or; Complete three year degree and apply for second year Medicine (5 years)

But you can also study here… Otago - Bachelor of Health Science – Otago University Complete first year then apply for second year Bachelor of Medicine or; Complete three year degree and apply for second year Medicine (5 years)

Detour Don’t worry if you haven’t taken the right subjects, if you left kura early, or if you are changing careers, you can still become an anaesthetist! There is another pathway. Everyone has a different starting point. Tertiary institutes offer bridging courses that follow on to degree programmes. Contact them and ask them to send you more information on health science bridging courses. You can still start your journey in hauora today!

These are the tertiary providers closest to your whare… Auckland - Certificate of Health Sciences – University of Auckland (1 year) then - Bachelor of Health Science - Complete first year then apply for second year Bachelor of Medicine then - Bachelor of Medicine (5 years)

But you can also study here… Otago – Tū Kahika Programme – Otago University (1 year) Provides entrance into first year Health Science – Complete first year then apply for second year of Bachelor of Medicine then - Bachelor of Medicine (5 years)

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