After completing a Bachelor of Nursing, graduates can pursue registration as an Enrolled Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), provided that the course is accredited. This course enables graduates to enhance their leadership abilities in nursing and collaborate effectively with other healthcare professionals towards delivering exceptional patient care.
Several universities offer specialized Master of Nursing programs for international students, such as those in Nursing Practice and Nursing Science. These programs are designed to provide advanced knowledge and skills in these specific areas, tailored to meet the needs of international students.
2 years of full-time or four years of part-time study to complete a Master of Nursing.
Typically, the cost of the Master of Nursing program is between $35,000 to $40,000 per year. However, there are merit-based scholarships available for this course, depending on the institution. Some universities may offer a fee reduction of up to 20% for the entire program duration.
The Masters of Nursing program has intakes available in both February and July, but due to high demand, spaces for certain programs can fill up quickly. To stay informed about availability, it is recommended to contact one of our knowledgeable education agents at any of our AECC Global offices. They can provide the latest information and guide you through the application process.