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Bachelor of Nursing
Bachelor of Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing

  • ID:UA610085
  • Level:3-Year Bachelor's Degree
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Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

Selection Rank (International): 70

International Baccalaureate (IB): 24

English Requirements

  • IELTS: Overall 7, Reading 7, Listening 7, Speaking 7, Writing 7

  • TOEFL:bOverall 94, Reading 24, Listening 24, Speaking 23, Writing 27

  • Pearson: Overall 65, Reading 65, Listening 65, Speaking 65, Writing 65

  • C1 Advanced:  Overall 185, Reading 185, Listening 185, Speaking 185, Writing 185

Course Information

Make a difference every day

  • Nurses are highly respected members of the community. They help treat patients in all sorts of health care settings and touch lives with empathy and compassion.

  • Nursing is flexible, exciting and challenging. It’s a rewarding profession full of problem-solvers and pillars of strength.

  • The Adelaide Nursing School is ranked first in South Australia for graduate employment and third in Australia for overall educational experience*.

What will you do

Our Bachelor of Nursing supports you in becoming a confident and responsible registered nurse. You will:

  • develop hands-on skills in high-tech simulation settings

  • benefit from clinical and non-clinical placements across metropolitan and rural locations

  • explore contemporary issues around health promotion, maintenance, advocacy and care

  • undertake interprofessional learning with other health care students.

Where could it take you

  • You’ll emerge with a professional qualification recognised Australia-wide, ready to pursue rewarding roles in rural communities, operating theatres, emergency wards, and a multitude of other health care environments.

CRICOS: 057076J

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Degree Structure

Example Study Plan

Year 1              


  • NURSING 1004 Communication and Professional Nursing ,

  • NURSING 1005 Biology for Nursing Practice,

  • NURSING 1006 Microbiology and Infection Control,

  • NURSING 1007 Health Assessment and Clinical Nursing I


  • NURSING 1008 Professional & Ethical Nursing Practice Considerations, NURSING 1009 Pharmacology for Nursing I,

  • NURSING 1011 Health Assessment and Clinical Nursing II,

  • NURSING 1012 Aboriginal Healthcare

Year 2,


  • NURSING 2004 Nursing and Older People,

  • NURSING 2005 Biology of Human Disease I,

  • NURSING 2006 Chronic Disease and Disability,

  • NURSING 2007 Health Assessment and Clinical Nursing III


  • NURSING 2008 Biology of Human Disease II,

  • NURSING 2009 Community and Primary Health Care,

  • NURSING 2010 Pharmacology in Nursing II,

  • NURSING 2011 Health Assessment and Clinical Nursing IV

Year 3,


  • NURSING 3004 Mental Health Nursing,

  • NURSING 3005 Nursing in Complex Settings (Perioperative),

  • NURSING 3006 Nursing in Complex Settings (Maternity and Paediatrics),

  • NURSING 3007 Nursing in an International Context


  • NURSING 3009 Leadership and Transition to Practice,

  • NURSING 3010 Nursing in Complex Settings (Critical Care),

  • NURSING 3011OL Cancer Care and Palliative Care Nursing,

  • NURSING 3014Safety & Quality Care in an Evidence Based Framework

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Health Administrator, Hospital Worker, Mental Health Worker, Registered Nurse, Midwife, Nurse.

Ability to settle

Overseas Student Health Cover

Overseas student health cover: $609 per year

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