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Nursing and Midwifery Courses
Western Sydney University is home to one of Australia's largest nursing facilities. Our undergraduate courses are designed with the vision of preparing graduates for work in the future and making a difference to the lives of people, especially those in the Western Sydney region.
All courses are underpinned by a primary health care philosophy supported by a flexible learning approach throughout the course. The curriculum includes high-quality, evidence-based studies, emphasising a balance of theory, clinical practice and interdisciplinary learning to prepare you for work in the nursing and midwifery sectors. We are internationally known for producing nursing and midwifery graduates who enjoy very high employment rates, particularly in the Western Sydney region.
As a nursing graduate, you may work in acute care hospitals, aged care services, child and adolescent health, community health, medical practice nursing, disability services, emergency or trauma units, justice health, mental health services, forensics, drug and alcohol, occupational health, oncology, operating theatres, palliative care, rehabilitation services, nursing education and health administration.
Registered midwives may work in a range of maternity areas within community settings and private and public hospitals in metropolitan, rural and remote areas.
|Bachelor of Midwifery||Parramatta||3F||Not applicable|
|Bachelor of Nursing||Campbelltown; Parramatta; Hawkesbury; Lithgow||3F||74.05; 67.25; 77.00; 60.30|
|Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced)||Campbelltown; Parramatta; Hawkesbury||3F||90.00; 90.00; 90.00|
|Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry)||Hawkesbury||2F||N/A|
|Bachelor of Nursing (Honours)||Parramatta||1F or EqP||Not applicable|
Key : F = Full time study, P = Part time study, A = Accelerated full time study
Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes.
Western Sydney University has been ranked in the Top 100 Universities for Nursing, in this year's QS World University Rankings by Subject.