Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The course will help you become a capable registered nurse who can provide the best care to patients. There is high demand for registered nurses in the health care system in public, private and community settings with employment opportunities in local, national and international healthcare environments.
24 units (144 credit points) of study over six semesters and includes a minimum of 800 hours of work place experience.
Standard entry requirements
- Minimum ATAR of 63.00 (or equivalent eg.OP of 15 or less)
- Completion or partial completion^ of an Australian Qualifications Framework AQF Level 7 qualification at an accredited university or higher education provider
- Successful completion of bridging or enabling course, or another recognised tertiary preparation course
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.
Credit is given for prior learning appropriate to course requirements.
|Mid year intake
Post admission requirements: Current Senior First Aid Certificate; National Police Check and Child Protection Screening; Current vaccinations as per NSW Health requirements; Student Declaration (Fitness to Practice- NSW Health)