Griffith University

Bachelor of Nursing



University Location Gold Coast, Queensland
City Population 630,000
Student Population 55,000
Int'l Student Population 8,500
Main Campus Gold Coast
Program Campus Gold Coast, Logan, or Nathan
Program Duration 3 years
Estimated Annual Tuition $38,000 AUD (2024 fees; subject to increase)
Semester Intake February
Next Available Intake 2025
Application Deadline No set deadline*


The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Griffith University has a strong commitment to innovation and excellence in teaching and learning. Griffith develops remarkable graduates with a solution-focused philosophy who make a positive difference in nursing, midwifery and health care, transforming the lives of those in their care.

When you study nursing at Griffith, you’ll learn from award-winning teachers and leading researchers, whose expert knowledge positions Griffith as the No. 1 ranked university for nursing and midwifery in Queensland, and 11th in the world.


Griffith Nursing aims to be a global leader in education and research scholarship in nursing and midwifery. Specifically, the School of Nursing and Midwifery would like to be recognized for

  • developing person-centred, clinically competent, critical thinking, research informed graduates who provide safe, quality, compassionate care in an ever-changing health care environment;
  • developing and delivering innovative, flexible evidence-based education that prepares graduates to be lifelong learners to address professional challenges in a wide range of health care settings locally, nationally or internationally; and
  • fostering and developing the capacity of nursing and midwifery academics to have impact on the health outcomes of individuals, families and communities in their given research fields.

As a Griffith University nursing student, you will develop your skills through clinical placements across the health sector and will have opportunities to undertake rural, remote and overseas placements.

Clinical placements are an integral component of the Bachelor of Nursing that allows you to link theory to practice in a meaningful way.

Admission Requirements

Completed high school diploma
You must have a high school diploma with a minimum average of 60%. Ontario students will be assessed on their top 6 subjects, while assessment will be based on a cumulative average for other Canadian provinces.

Prerequisites: English, English as an additional language, literature or English & literature extension

Admission Timeline

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