Nursing

Why study a Nursing course?

Nurses promote health and well-being and look after the health care needs of people of all ages and from all cultures. We have an excellent reputation for our nursing education and offer a range of pathways to become a Registered Nurse (Division 1).

Our students are better situated for graduate position offers.

In 2012, 97% of our students were placed with their preferred hospital  (state average 54%)*

  • We were the first nursing university course in Australia - our first course commencing in 1974.
  • We have partnerships with leading Victorian Hospitals.
  • We have our own teaching space, referred to as Clinical Schools at The Alfred, Austin Health, Northern Health, Royal Melbourne, Mercy Health and The Women's.
  • During your final 18 months you will be located at one of our partner hospitals across Melbourne.
  • Our hospital simulation centres help students prepare for the hospital environment.
  • Students undertake their clinical placement in hospitals, gaining experience and confidence in complex healthcare.
  • Clinical supervision is provided by clinical nurses and midwives delivering patient care as well as academic nursing and midwifery staff from La Trobe.

*Nursing Graduate Program

La Trobe University Clinical Schools

A week with a Nursing-Midwifery student

Career opportunities in Nursing

Graduates are highly sought after and have transportable skills. You can expect to work in the health care industry, education and government. You may be eligible for registration in other countries as well as membership of the Royal College of Nursing Australia. See registration standards.

Courses

Local students

0 - mid-year entry

Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-registration)

Duration :
3 years full-time.
Semester starts :
Semester 1 and 2 (March and July)
Campus/ATAR:
Albury-Wodonga 51.8
Bendigo 53.65
Melbourne 65.4
Mildura 50.9
Shepparton 54.65
Year
2014
Course description
La Trobe's Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-Registration) qualifies you for registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. The degree also leads to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

You'll gain extensive clinical experience in on-campus clinical learning units, hospitals and healthcare agencies; and as a senior student you can base yourself at one of our innovative clinical schools.

Based on contemporary research and evidence-based practice, this nursing degree focuses on intellectual development, critical thinking and professional practice.

We also offer short or one-semester exchange programs with our international partners. For more information please visit our Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
Professional recognition
Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) as a Registered Nurse and are usually able to register with nurse registration authorities in several overseas countries.

Please note the NMBA Standard of English language required to register as a nurse in Australia, introduced July 1, 2010. Students should check the NMBA website for the latest registration requirements:
the website
Prerequisite
VCE Units 3 & 4: study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or
25 in English (any)
NSW HSC: English Standard or English Advanced (Band 3) or
English as a Second Language (Band 4).
Year 12 and non-year 12 extra requirements
Applicants are welcome to provide supporting documentation. Non-Year 12 applicants must complete and submit a VTAC Personal History online for other information to be considered during the selection process. This may include information such as work experience or reasons for applying.

Some applicants may be required to attend an interview. Selection may also be based on GPA or STAT Multiple Choice.
Middle band
La Trobe considers Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) criteria. In addition, a regional bonus may apply.
Costs
You should allow approximately A$300 for a uniform and equipment. You can purchase these items from any supplier, however La Trobe University-branded uniforms must be purchased from a University approved vendor; these items remain your personal property.

You must also complete a First Aid Level II course, A$160, which is not conducted by La Trobe University. A National Police Check at a cost of approximately A$15.50 and a Working with Children Check (no cost) are required for professional experience placements in clinical and community settings.

To enable clinical placements, students enrolled in the program will be registered as students, at no cost, with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). Prior to commencing clinical or community placements, students must provide proof of immunisations, the costs of which may vary depending on previous immunisations, approximately A$250 - $470. Accommodation and travel costs for professional placements may vary depending on the venue. Please note: costs are approximate and subject to change.
Additional information
This course has a clinical component. For further information, please visit the Health Sciences website.
Successful applicants will not be granted advanced standing/credit and will be required to commence the program from Year 1.
How to apply
Apply online to start this course in July (at our Melbourne Campus only). Please note applications close on 30 May 2014. You can also ask us a question, visit our FAQ page, chat online with one of our team (9.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday) or call us on 1300 135 045.
Full course details
Nursing (Pre-registration) Melbourne
Nursing (Pre-registration) Bendigo
Nursing (Pre-registration) Mildura
Nursing (Pre-registration) Shepparton
Nursing (Pre-registration) Albury-Wodonga

2015

Bachelor of Nursing

Duration :
3 years full-time.
Semester starts :
Semester 1 and 2 (March and July)
Campus/ATAR:
Albury-Wodonga 51.8
Bendigo 53.65
Melbourne 65.4
Mildura 50.9
Shepparton 54.6
Year
2015
Course description
Gain the knowledge and workplace experience needed to be a qualified nurse.

This hands-on course offers work placements from first year, culminating in 18 months at one of our partner hospitals, where you'll be supervised by clinical nurses as you help them care for patients. Our partners are some of the best hospitals in Victoria including The Alfred, Austin Hospital, Northern Health, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Mercy Health and The Royal Women's Hospital.

Along with learning about the anatomical organisation of the human body, you'll also understand how factors such as class, gender, ethnicity and education affect health and wellbeing, and explore how national and international health systems deal with disease, illness and health promotion.

There are a number of accelerated pathways within the course if you have previous relevant qualifications:

1. Enrolled nurse pathway
- Students who have successfully completed an Advanced Diploma of Nursing (18 months) at TAFE may receive up to 165 credit points of Advanced Standing (credit).
- Enrolled nurses with a TAFE qualification (Diploma of Nursing) may receive up to 120 credit points of Advanced Standing and if their qualification was obtained prior to 2008, will be required to undertake a La Trobe University-approved bridging course in human anatomy and physiology prior to the commencement of their studies.

2. Graduate entry pathway
Applicants with a relevant Australian degree (or approved international equivalent) may receive up to 120 credit points of Advanced Standing (credit). Applicants without prior study in anatomy and physiology at an appropriate level must successfully complete a La Trobe University-approved
bridging course in human anatomy and physiology prior to the commencement of their studies.

We also offer short or one-semester exchange programs with our international partners. For more information please check out our Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
Professional recognition
Completing this course qualifies you to register with the Australian Health Practitioners Agency as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. You may also be eligible for membership of the Royal College of Nursing Australia and to register as a nurse overseas.
Prerequisite
VCE Units 3 and 4: study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English (any). NSW HSC: English Standard or English Advanced (Band 3) or English as a Second Language (Band 4).
Year 12 and non-year 12 extra requirements
To be confirmed.
Middle band
A study score of 20 in one but no more than two of Biology, Chemistry, Health and Human Development, any Mathematics, Physical Education, Physics or Psychology equates to one aggregate point per study. Overall maximum of two aggregate points.

Costs
You should allow approximately A$360 for a uniform and equipment. You can purchase these items from any supplier, however La Trobe University-branded uniforms must be purchased from a University approved vendor; these items remain your personal property. You must also complete a First Aid Level II course, A$160, Please note this course is not conducted by La Trobe University and you need to complete CPR assessment annually.
Check with your clinical placement coordinator for details of First Aid training providers. A National Police Check at an annual cost of approximately A$15.50 and a Working with Children Check (no cost), are required for professional experience placements in clinical and community settings. To enable clinical placements, students enrolled in the program will be registered as students, at no cost, with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Prior to commencing clinical or community placements, students must provide proof of immunisations, the costs of which may vary depending on previous immunisations, approximately A$20 - $400. Accommodation and travel costs for professional placements may vary depending on the venue. Please note: costs are approximate and subject to change.
Additional information
This course has a clinical component. For further information, please visit the Health Sciences website.
Students enrolled in the program will be registered as students, at no cost with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency
(AHPRA). Please note the AHPRA standard of English language
required to register as a nurse in Australia, introduced July 1, 2010.
See the AHPRA website for the latest requirements.
How to apply
Apply through VTAC from August 2014 to start this course in 2015. Or, apply through UAC if youre applying to study at our Albury-Wodonga or Mildura campuses.

You can also ask us a question, visit our FAQ page, chat online with one of our team (9.30am to 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday) or call us on 1300 135 045.
Full course details
Nursing Melbourne
Nursing Bendigo
Nursing Mildura
Nursing Shepparton
Nursing Albury-Wodonga

Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Midwifery

Duration :
4 years full-time.
Semester starts :
Semester 1 (March)
Campus/ATAR:
Melbourne 77.75
Year
2015
Course description
Prepare yourself for practice as a registered nurse and a registered midwife. We emphasise the in-depth understanding of the roles of the midwife and nurse in social change and enable you to assume leadership roles in the health care system.

You'll gain skills in public speaking, presentation and negotiation. In your first year, you'll do core subjects with students from other health sciences courses, learning about basic human biosciences and factors influencing health, and the roles of health professionals in the health and welfare sectors. You will also study pregnancy/antenatal care and essential nursing care, with associated clinical placements.

Second year focuses on nursing and midwifery. It covers labour, birth and postnatal care. Clinical placements include acute nursing, mental health, birthing suite and postnatal care.

You'll be eligible for registration as a Registered Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and endorsement to practise as a midwife.

Please note: if you have a disability, medical condition or other concerns that may affect your participation, contact the School to discuss your options.
Professional recognition
Graduates seeking registration must apply with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) and meet the Board's registration standards. Visit the NMBA website for more information

Please note: the NMBA has set an English Language Skills
Registration Standard. After registration, graduates may be eligible for registration in other countries as well as membership of the Royal College of Nursing Australia.
Prerequisite
VCE Units 3 and 4: study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in English (any).
Year 12 and non-year 12 extra requirements
Applicants may wish to provide other documentation in support of their application. Non-Year 12 applicants must complete and submit a VTAC Personal Statement online for other information to be considered during the selection process e.g. details on work experience or reasons for applying.

Selection may also be based on ATAR, GPA or STAT Multiple Choice.
Middle band
Re-ranking is based on Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) criteria.
Costs
Students should allow approximately AUD$360 for a uniform and equipment. Students can purchase these items from any supplier; however LTU branded uniform must be purchased from a university approved vendor; these items remain students personal property. In addition, students must obtain a National Police Certificate - AUD$15.50 (annual), immunisations - AUD$250-470, and a First Aid II Certificate - AUD$160. All prices are approximate. Students need to complete the First Aid Level II Certificate course. Clinical placements may incur accommodation and travel costs, and these will vary depending on the venue. Costs are subject to change.
Additional information
All applicants must be aware of the physical components and location requirements of the course. Applicants with a disability, medical condition or other concerns that may affect their potential participation should contact the School on (03) 9479 5950 to discuss any possible course modifications.

This course has a clinical component. For further information, please visit the Health Sciences website.
How to apply
Apply through VTAC from August 2014 to start this course in 2015. Some of our 2015 courses are being reviewed and may change so please check these pages regularly for up-to-date information or register for updates.

You can also ask us a question, visit our FAQ page, chat online with one of our team (9.30am to 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday) or call us on 1300 135 045.
Full course details
Nursing/MidwiferyMelbourne

Want to know more?

Feel free to ask us a question about any course for local students.

Fees and scholarships

Undergraduate courses are Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP) for eligible Australian and New Zealand citizens. The domestic fee calculator can be used to calculate the cost of subjects this year.

There is also a wide range of scholarships available for local students

International students

2014

Bachelor of Nursing (Division 2 Conversion) (070854G)

Duration :
2 years
Semester starts :
3 February 2014
Annual Tuition Fee (A$) :
25 880
Campus
Bendigo, Melbourne
Year
2014
Course description
If you have a current Enrolled Nurse Registration (Division 2), this degree
can lead you to a career as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). Based on contemporary nursing research, the curriculum focuses on intellectual development, critical thinking, and professional practice skills and knowledge. It emphasises the importance of research-based and evidence-based practice.

The course features clinical sessions in simulated settings, hospitals and healthcare agencies within regional and metropolitan areas. Interstate placements may also be required. Placements may be undertaken either as single days or a block of multiple weeks, and outside official University semester dates. The program aims to enhance your ability in making ethical decisions to ensure quality health outcomes for patients.

For more information please visit our Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
English Language Requirements
IELTS of 7.0 with no band less than 6.5;

TOEFL (Paper Based): A minimum score of 600 with a score of TWE 6 or better in the Test of Written English;

or international equivalent.


Please note you will be required to achieve an IELTS of 7 in all bands or an OET with minimum B in all components, to be eligible for registration with. Please read the .


TOEFL (Internet Based): A minimum score of 96 with no individual score less than 24;
Academic entry requirements
Applicants must be eligible for registration as an Enrolled Nurse (Division 2) with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, based on an Australian qualification such as a TAFE Certificate IV in Nursing with a minimum 70 per cent Grade average.
Australian Year 12 (ATAR) 2013 (indicative only) - RC
International Baccalaureate: 24
Additional costs
Students should allow approximately A$300 for a uniform and equipment. Students can purchase these items from any supplier; they remain students' personal property. Students must also complete a First Aid Level II course, A$160, which is not conducted by La Trobe University. A National Police Check at a cost of approximately A$15.50 and a Working with Children Check (no cost) are required for professional experience placements in clinical and community settings. To enable clinical placements, students enrolled in the program will be registered as students, at no cost, with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). Prior to commencing clinical or community placements, students must provide proof of immunisations, the costs of which may vary depending on previous immunisations, approximately A$250 - $470. Accommodation and travel costs for professional placements may vary depending on the venue. Please note: costs are approximate and subject to change.
Professional recognition
Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) as a Registered Nurse and are usually able to register with nurse registration authorities in several overseas countries.
Please note the NMBA Standard of English language which is required to register as a nurse in Australia. The standard requires a minimum IELTS score of 7.0 overall with no individual band less than 7.0, or an equivalent OET score. Students should check the NMBA website for the latest registration requirements:
the website
Full course details
Nursing (Division 2 Conversion)Melbourne
Nursing (Division 2 Conversion)Bendigo

Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry) (070855F)

Duration :
2 years
Semester starts :
3 February 2014
Annual Tuition Fee (A$) :
25 880
Campus
Bendigo, Melbourne
Year
2014
Course description
Do you already have a relevant Bachelor's degree? This course gives you the chance to follow a new career in nursing, and it leads to registration as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA).
Based on contemporary nursing research, the curriculum focuses on intellectual development, critical thinking and professional practice skills and knowledge. It also emphasises the importance of research-based and evidence-based practice, and features clinical experiences in simulated settings, hospitals and healthcare agencies.

For more information please visit our Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
English Language Requirements
IELTS of 7.0 with no band less than 6.5

TOEFL (Paper Based): A minimum score of 600 with a score of TWE 6 or better in the Test of Written English

TOEFL (Internet Based): A minimum score of 96 with no individual score less than 24

or international equivalent.

Please note you will be required to achieve an IELTS of 7 in all bands or an OET with minimum B in all components, to be eligible for registration with. Please read the .
Academic entry requirements
A relevant undergraduate degree equivalent to an Australian Bachelor's degree.
International Baccalaureate: 24
Additional costs
Students should allow approximately A$300 for a uniform and equipment. Students can purchase these items from any supplier; however LTU branded uniform must be purchased from a university approved vendor; these items remain students personal property. Students must also complete a First Aid Level II course, A$160, which is not conducted by La Trobe University. A National Police Check at a cost of approximately A$15.50 and a Working with Children Check (no cost) are required for professional experience placements in clinical and community settings. To enable clinical placements, students enrolled in the program will be registered as students, at no cost, with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). Prior to commencing clinical or community placements, students must provide proof of immunisations, the costs of which may vary depending on previous immunisations, approximately A$250 - $470. Accommodation and travel costs for professional placements may vary depending on the venue. Please note: costs are approximate and subject to change.
Professional recognition
Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) as a Registered Nurse and are usually able to register with nurse registration authorities in several overseas countries.
Please note the NMBA Standard of English language which is required to register as a nurse in Australia at. The standard requires a minimum IELTS score of 7.0 overall with no individual band less than 7.0, or an equivalent OET score. Students should check the NMBA website for the latest registration requirements:
the website
Full course details
Nursing (Graduate Entry)Melbourne

Bachelor of Nursing (Post-registration) (006295J)

Duration :
1 year
Semester starts :
3 February 2014
Annual Tuition Fee (A$) :
23 730
Campus
Bendigo, Melbourne
Year
2014
Course description
This is a course for registered nurses who want to further their career or prepare for postgraduate study. It aims to help you develop strong academic and practical skills required to comprehend, analyse and evaluate new knowledge in nursing. The curriculum focuses on intellectual development, critical thinking, and professional practice skills and knowledge.

This course also emphasises the importance of research-based and
evidence-based practise, and includes clinical experiences in simulated settings, hospitals and healthcare agencies. Clinical experience is an integral part of this course. Practicums are provided each year, integrating your knowledge and skills through observation and practice, in hospitals and healthcare agencies within regional and metropolitan areas.

Interstate placements may also be required. You can take placements either as single days or as a block of multiple weeks.
English Language Requirements
IELTS of 7.0 with no band less than 6.5

TOEFL (Paper Based): A minimum score of 600 with a score of TWE 6 or better in the Test of Written English

TOEFL (Internet Based): A minimum score of 96 with no individual score less than 24

or international equivalent.


Please note you will be required to achieve an IELTS of 7 in all bands or an OET with minimum B in all components, to be eligible for registration with. Please read the .
Academic entry requirements
International students must be currently registered as a general nurse with a recognised nursing authority.
International Baccalaureate: 24
Additional costs
Students should allow approximately A$300 for a uniform and equipment. Students can purchase these items from any supplier; they remain students' personal property. Students must also complete a First Aid Level II course, A$160, which is not conducted by La Trobe University. A National Police Check at a cost of approximately A$15.50 and a Working with Children Check (no cost) are required for professional experience placements in clinical and community settings. If we Prior to commencing clinical or community placements, students must provide proof of immunisations, the costs of which may vary depending on previous immunisations, approximately A$250 - $470. Accommodation and travel costs for professional placements may vary depending on the venue. Please note: costs are approximate and subject to change.
Professional recognition
The course is recognised internationally as a Bachelor's degree qualification in nursing, however it should be noted that this course does not lead to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA).
Full course details
Nursing (Post-registration) Melbourne
Nursing (Post-registration) Bendigo

Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-registration) (020935J)

Duration :
3 years
Semester starts :
Semester 1 (March)
Annual Tuition Fee (A$) :
25 880
Campus
Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Melbourne, Mildura, Shepparton
Year
2014
Course description
La Trobe's Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-Registration) qualifies you for registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. The degree also leads to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

You'll gain extensive clinical experience in on-campus clinical learning units, hospitals and healthcare agencies; and as a senior student you can base yourself at one of our innovative clinical schools.

Based on contemporary research and evidence-based practice, this nursing degree focuses on intellectual development, critical thinking and professional practice.

We also offer short or one-semester exchange programs with our international partners. For more information please visit our Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
English Language Requirements
IELTS of 7.0 with no band less than 6.5

TOEFL (Paper Based): A minimum score of 600 with a score of TWE 6 or better in the Test of Written English

TOEFL (Internet Based): A minimum score of 96 with no individual score less than 24

or international equivalent.

Please note you will be required to achieve an IELTS of 7 in all bands or an OET with minimum B in all components, to be eligible for registration with. Please read the .
Academic entry requirements
LTM Foundation Studies - 75
Aust. Yr 12 (ATAR) 2013 (indicative only) - 70.30
International Baccalaureate - 24
GCE A Levels - 10
HKDSE - 3 x Level 4
Sri Lankan A Levels - BBC
STPM - 8.67
MICSS (UEC) - 4.5
Canada Secondary School (or CPU) - 70
Norway Upper Secondary Certificate - 4
Sweden Slutbetyg - G/VG
All Indian Sen SC (Best 5 Subjects) - 70
Vietnam (Year 12) - 8.2
Indonesia (SMA) - 8.2
GAC Cert. IV - GPA 2.6
GAOKAO - see: the website
If you do not meet these entry requirements you might be interested in La Trobe's Foundation Studies and Diploma Programs, which provide an alternative pathway to La Trobe's undergraduate program. For more information please visit the La Trobe Melbourne website.
Additional costs
You should allow approximately A$300 for a uniform and equipment. You can purchase these items from any supplier, however La Trobe University-branded uniforms must be purchased from a University approved vendor; these items remain your personal property.

You must also complete a First Aid Level II course, A$160, which is not conducted by La Trobe University. A National Police Check at a cost of approximately A$15.50 and a Working with Children Check (no cost) are required for professional experience placements in clinical and community settings.

To enable clinical placements, students enrolled in the program will be registered as students, at no cost, with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). Prior to commencing clinical or community placements, students must provide proof of immunisations, the costs of which may vary depending on previous immunisations, approximately A$250 - $470. Accommodation and travel costs for professional placements may vary depending on the venue. Please note: costs are approximate and subject to change.
Professional recognition
Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) as a Registered Nurse and are usually able to register with nurse registration authorities in several overseas countries.

Please note students enrolled in the program will be registered as students, at no cost, with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA).

Please note the NMBA Standard of English language required to register as a nurse in Australia, which was introduced July 1, 2010. The standard requires a minimum IELTS score of 7.0 overall with no individual band less than 7.0, or an equivalent OET score. Students should check the NMBA website for the latest registration requirements:
the website
Full course details
Nursing (Pre-registration) Melbourne
Nursing (Pre-registration) Bendigo
Nursing (Pre-registration) Mildura
Nursing (Pre-registration) Shepparton
Nursing (Pre-registration) Albury-Wodonga

How to apply?

Enquire now about any course for international students or find out how to apply.

Fees and scholarships

Estimated fees for international students are indicated for each course above. Fees are indicative only and set at 120 credit points per course, unless otherwise stated, and may vary depending on the number of credit points in which students enrol. Some courses may vary in credit point load and fees will be adjusted accordingly.

There is also a range of scholarships available for international students to assist students.

Your study experience

Alternative pathways

We offer a three-year undergraduate nursing degree for VCE students, a two-year graduate-entry program, a two-year Division 2 conversion course for students with TAFE qualifications and a one-year post-registration Bachelor for students with overseas certification. The one-year Bachelor course does not lead to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

Clinical Schools

A considerable proportion of a nurse's undergraduate education is spent in the clinical setting and the Division has established clinical schools at four different hospitals around Victoria.

Specific Application Requirements

How to apply for the Bachelor of Nursing Division 2 Enrolled Nurse Conversion course.

How to apply for the Bachelor of Nursing course.

Nursing placements

Our courses include a number of placements in our clinical schools at major Victorian health care facilities.

Australian College of Nursing Scholarships

The Australian College of Nursing Australia has a Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme available which is funded by the Australian Government. For details, eligibility and applications visit the ACN web site.

Nursing International Programs

The Bachelor of Nursing (Post-registration) is also conducted in Singapore in conjunction with the Singapore Nurses Association and in Hong Kong in collaboration with the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The Singapore based program is accredited by the Singapore Nursing Board. The Hong Kong program is registered under the non-local courses registry of the Education Bureau of Hong Kong.

For further information about the Hong Kong Bachelor of Nursing program please visit the Chinese University of Hong Kong web site.

For further information about the Singapore Bachelor of Nursing program please visit the Singapore Nursing Association web site

Overseas study opportunities

You may be eligible for our student exchange program.

Find out about the experiences of one of our students.

I have participated in 5 clinical rotations so far, and believe these are the highlight of the course in its entirety. They enabled me to consolidate the knowledge and skills I had learnt and provided a realistic practical application of them.

Ms Laura Huguenin,

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