Resources for International Medical Graduates

Dear Colleague

The process of becoming a registered doctor in Australia can be pretty arduous for local graduates. 

It is even more difficult if you have undertaken your training in another country.

I have spent a lot of my career assisting doctors from other countries to successfully take up employment roles here in Australia.

I’ve compiled this page of resources to help you.


Dr Anthony Llewellyn


Area of Need Links

Links to where Specialists (including GPs) can find Area of Need Positions advertised.  Note: in many cases the State Area of Need listings are not publicly available and you may have to look at the e-recruitment portals or go via a recruitment agent.


Coming Soon

Bridging and Preparation Courses

Below is a link to the Australian Medical Council site to Bridging Course Providers (not endorsed by AMC)


Coming Soon


Some of the Services we offer that might be of assistance

Coaching CALL

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  • Ask questions about the registration process
  • Ask questions about your CV
  • Tips on where best to look for jobs
  • Interview Preparation
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  • Cover Letters and Applying Online
  • Make a Great CV
  • Job Interview Skills

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