Deakin University School of Medicine is a medical school of Deakin University based in at the Waurn Ponds campus in Geelong, Victoria, Australia. It offers a four year, graduate-entry, Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) degree.
On 8th of April, 2006, the Prime Minister of Australia, John Howard announced that Deakin University would host Victoria's third medical school. Under the leadership of the Foundation Head of School, Professor Brendan Crotty, the first cohort of 120 students commenced their BMBS degree on 7 February 2008. These students are expected to graduate at the end of 2011.