Why study nursing at Flinders University?
What’s so great about nursing at Flinders University?
Flinders University’s nursing graduates go beyond and change lives, enabling better health and caring in the world. Flinders works closely with communities and the health professions to continually improve nursing and midwifery practice.
Health Care and Social Assistance is Australia’s largest and fastest growing industry and is projected to have the strongest employment growth of any industry through to May 2023 (Source: Australian Jobs 2019).
Flinders nursing degrees are nationally and internationally professionally accredited, so you’ll graduate ready to start the career of your choice—and be able to take your nursing degree home to Canada.
Experts in the field
Flinders is a leading provider of nursing education and research and has been for more than 40 years.
Gain practical experience in hospitals and clinics across South Australia and graduate job-ready.
Study at a state-of-the-art university, with clinical skills labs incorporating VR, and simulation suite on campus.
Wide range of specializations
Choose the electives that interest you, gain experience and skills in a wide range of specializations including global health care, paediatrics, cardiac and high dependency.
Flinders University Nursing Degrees
Both the graduate- and undergraduate-entry Bachelor of Nursing degrees at Flinders University prepare you to develop nursing skills, relate all aspects of body function with nursing practice, and continue gaining clinical experience in various health care settings. As a nursing student, you will also explore complex health issues such as Indigenous health, nursing in a socio-political context, and mental illness. Topics cover areas such as the nursing profession and independent learning, contexts of nursing, and primary health care, dimensions of physical and mental health, and pathophysiology and pharmacology.
Program: Bachelor of Nursing & Bachelor of Nursing (undergraduate-entry)
Location: Bedford Park, Melbourne
Semester intake: March
Program duration: 2 years (grad) and 3 years (undergrad)
Application deadlines: No set deadline; you are encouraged to apply as early as possible.