NZ University BMLSc Degree Programmes

A degree in Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) in New Zealand allows you to work as a scientist in diagnostic pathology in this country and other parts of the world. If you are interested in Science and helping people, a degree in MLS may be a good choice for you for a future career. Take the time to watch the short video on I am a Medical Laboratory Scientist It has been produced by the American Association of Clinical Laboratory Science and provides a brief insight into MLS as a career. This may help you to decide whether it is something you are interested in learning more about?

A BMLSc degree is required or you to work as a Medical Laboratory Scientist in a human diagnostic pathology laboratory in New Zealand. This qualification will prepare you for registration as a MLS with the Medical Sciences Council of New Zealand and allow you to hold an Annual Practising Certificate (APC).

The vocational pathway to becoming a medical laboratory scientist in NZ (and most other parts of the world) requires students to complete a Bachelor degree in MLSc followed by a minimum period of 6 months internship of supervised practise. Vocational BMLSc programmes of study in NZ are provided by:

AUT UNIVERSITY 

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Programme Director: Fabrice Merien

AUT University
Private Bag 92006
Victoria Street West
AUCKLAND 1142
 
Email: fabrice.merien@aut.ac.nz
 
Website: http://www.aut.ac.nz/study-at-aut/study-areas/sciences/qualifications/undergraduate/bachelor-of-medical-laboratory-science
 
Australian Institute of Medical Science accredited programme


MASSEY UNIVERSITY - Medlab School 
 
Massey University - Medlab School.jpgProgramme Director: Associate Professor Mary Nulsen
 
Institute of Food, Science & Technology 
Massey University
Private Bag 11222
PALMERSTON NORTH 4442

Email: m.f.nulsen@massey.ac.nz
 
Website: http://medlab-school.massey.ac.nz
 
Australian Institute of Medical Science accredited programme


UNIVERSITY of OTAGO


University of OTAGO.jpgProgramme Director: Dr Heather Brooks
 
Dept. of Pathology
University of Otago
PO Box 56
DUNEDIN 9054

Email: heather.brooks@otago.ac.nz

Website: http://bmlsc.otago.ac.nz/
 
Australian Institute of Medical Science accredited programme.