By studying a Bachelor of Nursing, you will be prepared for your future role as a Registered Nurse in a healthcare setting.
The program covers a broad range of subjects, including health assessment, physiology, legal and professional issues, and principles of research. Upon completion of this program, you will have the opportunity to seek registration as an Enrolled Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), provided that your course is accredited.
The Bachelor of Nursing program requires a full-time commitment of three years or the equivalent part-time duration to complete.
International students may be eligible to receive credits for their past nursing registration and clinical experience abroad, which can help reduce the overall duration of their Bachelor’s course, in addition to their academic qualifications.
Typically, the fees for this course fall between $28,000 and $37,000 annually.
Intakes for the Bachelor of Nursing program are available in February and July. Given its high demand, program slots may fill up rapidly. To obtain up-to-date information on its availability, it is suggested to get in touch with one of our knowledgeable Education Agents across different AECC Global offices.