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Liverpool City Campus
The School of Nursing and Midwifery is offering the Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced) and Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry) at the new Liverpool City Campus opened Autumn 2018. The new vertical campus offers a wide range of student services including a library, state of the art nursing simulation facilities and technology enabled learning spaces.
Please note: Liverpool is a planned location, subject to approval by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC).
When did it open?
The Campus will be open for Autumn 2018.
How big is it?
The vertical campus will span nine floors and accommodate up to 2,500 students, including up to 750 Nursing students.
Where is the campus located?
100 Macquarie Street:
- 2 minutes' walk to the Liverpool Plaza and Westfield
- 8 minutes' walk to the Liverpool bus and rail interchange
- See Liverpool Campus Map
How do I get there?
Our campus is located close to major transport hubs so trains and buses are readily available.
Is there public transport from Liverpool City to Bankstown Campus?
Yes, the M90 bus service runs from Liverpool City campus to Bankstown Campus approximately every ten minutes in peak hour and fifteen minutes outside peak (with full sized buses). The journey only takes 18 minutes. More information can be viewed at http://www.transdevnsw.com.au/uploads/timetables/336/attachment/M90.pdf.
What courses are available at the new Liverpool City Campus?
- Nursing (Autumn 2018)
- Social Science (Spring 2018)
- Policing (Spring 2018)
- Social Work (Spring 2018)
- Anthropology (Spring 2018)
- Criminology (Spring 2018)
What sort of student facilities are available?
- Student collaborative teaching environments with social learning spaces
- Quiet and silent study areas
- Online meeting rooms to join online activities and work with others beyond the campus
- A space dedicated to games, kitchen, clubs and social engagement
- Modern, environmentally friendly atmosphere
- Print stations
- Kitchen facilities
- Café on the ground floor
Is security on campus?
Yes, security is located on the ground floor.
Is there IT support on campus?
Yes, IT services are available on campus for students and staff.
Can I access Student Services?
Yes, the student services hub is located on the ground floor, offering all the support you need, including help with enrolment, study, technology, fees, ID cards and general support.
What other services are available?
Student Support Services, Disability Services, Counseling and Welfare Rooms, Badanami room, Clubs and Societies room, First Aid room, Multi Faith Prayer and Meditation room, Parents room, Queer room, Student Representative Council room and Women’s Room will be available.
How do I access the library?
The library is located on the 1st floor, offering information resources access, citation and referencing help, reserve collection and requested items, returns and renewals and Study Smart service plus quiet and silent study areas.
School of Nursing and Midwifery Specific FAQs
Please note: Liverpool is a planned location, subject to approval by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC), transfer requests will be finalised for students only after approval is received.
What courses are the School of Nursing and Midwifery offering at the new Liverpool City Campus?
- Bachelor of Nursing
- Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry)
- Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced)
What years are being offered?
All three years of Nursing are on offer at Liverpool City Campus.
What is the quota for each year?
The quota is 250 students for each year, so 750 in total.
How do I transfer to Liverpool?
You will need to complete a course variation form.
Will Professional Practice Experience (PPE) units be run at Liverpool?
Yes, the brand new Clinical Practice Unit at Liverpool will offer two state of the art nursing simulation spaces for these units.
Will I be able to see an Academic Course Advisor at Liverpool City Campus?
Yes, an Academic Course Advisor will be available to Liverpool students.
What's different about Liverpool?
Nursing classes (except those held in the CPU) will have 50 students and two academics.
Theory Exams will not be held at Liverpool, but Objective Structured Clinical Assessment (OSCA’s) will take place in the Liverpool CPU’s during the formal examination period.
Liverpool is a vertical campus, so instead of being spread across a large area the campus has 9 floors containing all the services normally offered on campus.
Liverpool is technology enabled, offering a high level of technological integration into teaching and communal spaces in the same way as the Peter Shergold Building in Parramatta City
Where will my exams be held?
Theory examinations undertaken in the formal examination period will be held at the Bankstown Campus. Objective Structured Clinical Assessment (OSCA’s) undertaken in the formal examination period will be held at Liverpool City Campus in the Clinical Practice Units.
Visit our Western Growth website at www.westernsydney.edu.au/westerngrowth for updates or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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