Now open: Second Intake AGPT program for 2018

The second intake for the 2018 AGPT program is open 26 September - 13 October 2017.

A second intake for the 2018 AGPT program is now open for new and existing applicants, and will close 8.00am, AWST, Friday 13 October 2017.

The second intake will fill remaining training positions for the 2018 AGPT Program.  

Applicants are required to submit an online application, including supporting documents, to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and/or the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). 

Eligible applicants will participate in the college-run, merit-based process with the RACGP and/or ACRRM to select applicants for the 2018 AGPT Program. Successful stage one applicants will go on to the regional training organisation stage two assessments, which consists of multiple mini interviews.

Please note that available training places are subject to change and applicants are encouraged to check the AGPT website for updates. 

For questions regarding the AGPT application process, including eligibility requirements and supporting documentation, please contact 1800 DR AGPT (1800 37 2478) or email AGPTEligibility@health.gov.au 

A second intake for the 2018 AGPT program is now open for new and existing applicants, and will close 8.00am, AWST, Friday 13 October 2017.

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is Australia's largest professional general practice organisation, representing urban and rural GPs. To attain Fellowship with the RACGP (FRACGP) you may train on a general or rural pathway; the training is three years, or four years with the optional addition of the Fellowship of Advanced Rural General Practice (FARGP).

Apply to the AGPT with the RACGP

A second intake for the 2018 AGPT program is now open for new and existing applicants, and will close 8.00am, AWST, Friday 13 October 2017.

The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) has a commitment to delivering sustainable, high-quality health services to rural and remote communities through its education program. Throughout your Fellowship attainment, the focus and experience is based in or on the context of rural and remote practice; the training is four years.

Apply to the AGPT with ACRRM