Master of Nursing


Equip yourself for senior leadership roles in clinical practice, policy, research, education or management.

Course Details








1.5 years

Intakes & Next Intake:


  • Course Fee
  • AUD$ 29,500 per annum
  • CRICOS Code
  • 046395G
  • English Language Requirement
  • 6.5/6.5
  • Entry Requirement
  • Applicants are required to:
    • hold a Bachelor degree in Nursing from a recognized higher education institution or equivalent; OR
    • have completed hospital based training as a Registered Nurse.

    In addition, applicants must:

    • hold a Current Practicing Certificate as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia; And
    • have completed a minimum of one year of clinical experience as a Registered Nurse.
  • Job Outcomes
  • The Master of Nursing provides registered nurses with an advanced postgraduate qualification that qualifies you for senior roles across policy, clinical practice, research, education or management. You will be well-positioned to further your career and equipped with the necessary skill set to take on leadership and governance opportunities in the workplace. Nurses play a key role at the forefront of healthcare service, with their contribution to client care imperative for the well being of today’s society. Graduates can work in senior roles across a wide variety of settings, such as:leadership and governance healthcare policy research education management.
  • Scholarships
  • Vice chancellors International excellence scholarship, International merit scholarship.
  • PathWay Programs
  • No
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