Secondly, To become a medical oncologist, you must first become a qualified medical practitioner and then specialize in oncology. In Western Australia, postgraduate courses in medicine are offered by the University of Notre Dame and the University of Western Australia. These degrees usually take four years to complete. Entry requirements include completion of a bachelor degree in any discipline. You must also sit the Graduate Australian Medical Schools Admissions Test and attend an interview at your chosen institution. Contact the universities you are interested in for more information.On completion of the postgraduate medical degree, you must work in the public hospital system for two years (internship and residency). To specialize in medical oncology, doctors can apply to the Royal Australasian College of Physicians to undertake further training and ultimately receive fellowship.