Course code: #OE5
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You want to improve people's lives and help them during difficult times.
You want a degree where you spend time learning in various clinical settings and a career constantly updating your skills.
The Federation University supports you as you become a registered nurse.
You'll learn to deliver the highest quality care focused on the person and use reasoning and evidence-based care to improve patient outcomes.
Your subjects include working with diverse communities, mental health, medical and surgical nursing, and palliative care.
You'll also learn skills like leadership and management to give you even more confidence when you start your career.
Your options will be comprehensive when you graduate. For example, you may work in emergency illness, mental health, long-term care, intercultural health or population health.
Wherever you work, chances are your career in nursing will be challenging, stimulating and rewarding.
You may even decide to further your studies in specialised nursing, including midwifery or paramedicine.
Areas of study include biomedical sciences, general nursing, health promotion, health, nursing, psychology, public health, and sociology.
Those who live in the Wimmera may complete on-campus clinical lab classes at the Wimmera Campus in Horsham in the first and second years.
Work Integrated Learning
This program requires a total of 800 placement hours across 20 weeks.
|Cost of living||1 person||$9,792|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$10,100|
There is no conditional offers for Academic IELTS Overall 7 (no band less than 7.0)
Successful completion of Australian Year 12 or overseas equivalent.
Students with post-school qualifications (e.g. diplomas, advanced diplomas) may be considered for admission with advanced standing or credit (recognition of prior learning).
*excludes local languages, work experience, physical education and other nonacademic subjects
This pre-university program is designed specifically for students to meet the requirements to enter the first year of an undergraduate degree or one of the Higher Education Diplomas.
Note: Foundation Access Studies (FAST) program is not available to international students.
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