Flinders University

Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate entry)

Graduate

Details

University Location Adelaide, South Australia
City Population 1.4 million
Student Population 26,100
Int'l Student Population 5,100
Main Campus Bedford Park
Program Campus Bedford Park, Melbourne
Program Duration 2 years
Estimated Annual Tuition AUD$40,200 (2024 fees; subject to increase)
Semester Intake March
Next Available Intake 2025
Application Deadline No set deadline*

Overview

Flinders University has been a leading provider of nursing education and research for 40 years and is internationally recognized. As a nursing student at Flinders, you will gain an innovative practice-based education from award-winning teachers in state-of-the-art facilities.

Program

The graduate-entry Bachelor of Nursing program aims to develop a person-centred and evidence-based health professional who has well-developed clinical reasoning skills and is reflective about their practice. Topics cover areas such as the nursing profession, pathophysiology and pharmacology, First Nations health, dimensions of physical and mental health, care for people with chronic and complex health needs, and concepts of accountability, responsibility, clinical governance and leadership as a registered nurse.

Practical experience
The degree provides you with practical experience that prepares you for the workforce. Professional experience placements prepare you for the workplace, both simulated in state-of-the-art laboratories and in clinical venues in rural and metropolitan South Australia.

Admission Requirements

Completed bachelor’s degree
You must have a completed undergraduate degree from a recognized university with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0/4.0 and have extensive pre-existing knowledge in the following areas:

Two of human biology, anatomy, or physiology or Flinders University Anatomy and Physiology Online Short Course.

Admission Timeline

*While there is no set application deadline, you are encouraged to apply at least 6 months prior to the program start date.