I have a few questions about Australian medical schools. I am from the US, but I am looking at foreign schools too. Its not a "what are my chances" thread, I already know mine for the US, and can probably get an idea of it for foreign schools once I have a little more info. I tried asking at the valueMD forums, but didnt get a response. I would really like to know more about it if anyone could give me some info. 1) Is it true that a lot of the Australian schools dont have any required prerequisites? I have searched this and have seen a few that just want a bachelors degree. But there isnt mention of Organic Chemistry or Physics. I know you have to still take the MCAT or an equivalent test, but I didnt see much mention of required classes. 2) Do any of the Australian schools offer MD or DO degrees? I just saw the one of the schools will be offering MD in 2011, but its more like a research degree. Do any of them offer MD for just a regular medical degree (like US schools)? Most of the degrees I see listed for them are MBBS. From what I am reading it is essentially the same thing, its just a different title. How does it work? If I were to come back to the US would it still be MBBS or would it be considered MD? I already have a 4-yr undergrad degree, so what would the options be for me if I wanted a graduate medical degree from Australia? Thanks for any info!