Register and apply for the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program

Follow the steps to register your interest and apply for the AGPT Program. Find out what happens after you apply.

Application intake

We accept applications for the AGPT Program through the colleges.

The application intake for 2021 AGPT places:

  • opens 10am Monday 23 March 2020 (AEST)
  • closes 10am Monday 11 May 2020 (AEST)

Register with a college

Before applications open, you can register your interest in the program at any time with either the:

You should receive a confirmation email after you register. If you don’t receive an email after several hours, contact the college. Don’t register again unless your college asks you to.

Apply for the program when applications are open.

Apply for the program

The college you apply to will let you know how to apply and what you must give them.

Complete and submit:

Application assessment

The GP college you apply to will assess your application.

Each college has its own assessment process.

Learn more about the RACGP’s assessment process and the ACRRM’s assessment process.

Next steps

If the college finds you eligible, someone will contact you to schedule an interview..

If you are successful in the interview, you will be offered a placement in your training region.

Contact the ACRRM or RACGP to find out more about the interview process. You can also contact your preferred RTO.

Find out what happens after you apply.

Contacts

Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) – (AGPT)

ACRRM provides Fellowship training, professional development and standards for rural and remote general practitioners.

agpt [at] acrrm.org.au
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Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) – (AGPT)

The RACGP provides Fellowship training, professional development and standards for both urban and rural general practitioners.

agpteligiblity [at] racgp.org.au
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International

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Last updated: 
23 March 2020

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