The Bachelor of Nursing integrates lecture-based study with clinical placements in major teaching hospitals. Students undertake extensive supervised practical experience throughout the program, and during their final year, they can undertake a placement in a specialist area including acute care, aged care, mental health, Indigenous health, rural health, public health or community health. For more information, visit Bachelor of Nursing at UQ.
Within their home hospital group, students undertake extensive practical placements at a variety of hospitals throughout South-East Queensland. For more information, visit nmsw.uq.edu.au/clinical-placements. Generally, students remain in the same home hospital group for the duration of their studies. Students attend lectures and workshops at St Lucia and group-based clinical teaching sessions in clinical simulation centres.
On application, applicants will be required to demonstrate their English language proficiency. On admission, the following requirements must be met: first aid certificate (including CPR); Blue Card; medical questionnaire; police check for criminal history; current status with respect to blood-borne transmissible viruses and tuberculosis (TB); and a schedule of immunisations. Details about these requirements are made available at the time of offer. For more information, visit Placements.
For additional information about the admissions criteria for UQ and for this course, refer to UQ’s website.
English, Literature, English and Literature Extension or English as an Additional Language (Units 3 and 4, C)
To enrol in this program, applicants must have attended and satisfactorily completed at least 6 years of primary and secondary education taught and assessed solely in English. At least two years of this education must have been between grades 7 and 12. This education must have been completed in one of the following countries; Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States of America. If an applicant has not met these educational requirements, they are required to provide evidence of an acceptable English Language test. For more information see English Language Proficiency.
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Registered nurse in various public, private or community healthcare settings; critical care and emergency; mental health; aged care; research; and academic and clinical teaching.
Australian College of Nursing.
11 Jan 2024
3 years Full time