Monash University

Master of Nursing Practice

Graduate

Details

University Location Melbourne, Victoria
City Population 4.8 Million
Student Population 73,800
Int'l Student Population 19,075
Main Campus Clayton
Program Campus Clayton
Program Duration 2 years
Estimated Annual Tuition $39,000 AUD (2020 fees; subject to increase)
Semester Intake February and July
Next Available Intake February 2020
Application Deadline No set deadline*
International Places 4

Overview

If you’ve completed a bachelor’s degree in a field other than nursing from a recognized university, the Master of Nursing Practice at Monash University will help you become a highly skilled healthcare professional, preparing you for a career in this rewarding and well-respected profession.

The program builds on your prior knowledge and skills, allowing you to develop professional nursing practice through engagement with expert clinical nurses, contemporary nursing theory and hands-on experience.

Program

The intensive two-year full-time program is an effective combination theory and practice. Half a study week is spent in the classroom and the other half in clinical practice, allowing you to apply new knowledge quickly.

Monash’s links to leading research centres and teaching hospitals across metropolitan and regional Victoria will give you access to outstanding facilities and allow you to learn from some of the most experienced and capable medical practitioners and researchers in the country.

Admission Requirements

Completed bachelor’s degree
You must have an undergraduate degree with at least credit (60%) average. Monash also requires applicants to have at least one semester of study in anatomy, physiology, genetics, evolution from a recognised university. Those who do not have previous studies in anatomy/physiology or related area can take the Monash Human Biology short course.

Admission Timeline

*While there is no set application deadline, you are strongly encouraged to submit your application a minimum of three months prior to the program start date.