The Institute of Health and Management, Australia (IHM) offers accredited postgraduate courses in health, management, research and nursing for both domestic and international students through campuses in Rosanna, Sydney, Perth, and Melbourne and also online.
Founded in 2012 as the Institute of Health and Management Pty Ltd, the Institute is accredited by the Australian government's Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). IHM is also registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).
IHM's advanced learning courses are meticulously developed on par with global standards and delivered by experienced faculty with a focus on excellence, both online and through campus-based programs. The blended delivery modes allow students to successfully balance their work and study schedules. IHM leverages new technologies and learning platforms to empower learners with specialist courses that will help them to develop and enhance their skills.
IHM belongs to the Health Careers Group, a group of organizations headquartered in Australia and committed to building international careers and to creating solutions for quality education and employment. IHM brings you the EPIQRN program in collaboration with various leading institutes in Australia.
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A vibrant, contemporary Australian university with campuses at the Gold Coast, Lismore and Coffs Harbour, and branch campuses in Sydney and Melbourne, Southern Cross University offers industry-relevant degrees with a strong emphasis on practical learning. Ranked in the top 100 best universities in the Asia-Pacific region for 2017 by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Southern Cross University enjoys a strong demand for students. International students can choose from study programs in Arts and Social Sciences, Business, Science and Engineering and Health and Human Sciences, among others. Nursing students can take advantage of comprehensive courses that combine foundational science, professional knowledge and clinical experiences to prepare graduates for a successful career in nursing and health.Southern Cross University is well known for its research facilities, with staff and students undertaking research in a wide range of areas, including civil engineering, complementary and alternative medicine, human movement and sports science, and nursing,to name a few.