Registered Nurse courses

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Find the right course for you in 4 steps:

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Tell us about your experience
2
Choose a qualification level
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Tell us your study preferences
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Step 1: Tell us about your experience

You may be able to enrol in a shorter Registered Nurse course based on your education and work history

A standard Nursing degree can take up to 3 years full time

If you have a bachelor’s degree in any field, a nursing course can take up to 2 years full time

If you are an Enrolled Nurse you can complete a Nursing degree in 2 years


Step 2: Choose a Registered Nurse qualification

The most suitable qualification for you can depend on your level of experience and education.
Bachelor of Nursing
This degree provides you with the skills and knowledge to embark on a career as a Registered Nurse
Nursing and Midwifery Board recognised
Build foundation skills
Pathway to specialised roles
Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry)
If you have already completed any undergraduate degree, this qualification prepares you to pursue a nursing career
Nursing and Midwifery Board recognised
Gain clinical experience
Prepare for careers in a range of healthcare settings
Bachelor of Nursing - Enrolled Nurses
Prepare to work as a Registered Nurse with a clinical nursing speciality
Upskill towards a role as a Registered Nurse
Prepare for specialised roles in nursing
Complete within 2 years

Step 3: Tell us your study preferences

Tell us about your study preferences, so we can help you find the right course.

How would you prefer to study?

I want a course I can study online, anytime.

I want to study face-to-face in a class environment

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