Nursing courses

Bachelor of Nursing Charles Sturt University - CSU

5.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

CSU's Bachelor of Nursing is a leading course in nursing and health education in Australia, preparing you for future practice in a range of settings and specialisations. You will benefit from CSU's strong industry links and ties to regional communities across NSW.

Practical learning from the beginning
We will support you to develop the knowledge, attitudes and practical skills needed to become a registered nurse – this includes 20 weeks of clinical practice in primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare facilities in rural and regional areas.

Professional understanding
As a nurse, you will be an advocate for your patient's care and healing. Patient care requires a holistic approach, and this course provides you with the skills and understanding you will need in the workplace. CSU's nursing course will give you an understanding of Indigenous Australian cultures, international and national perspectives of primary health care, law, mental health nursing, aged care nursing, family health care, chronic and acute care and much more.

Professional affiliations
CSU has strong links with the Western, Far Western and Murrumbidgee Local Health Districts of New South Wales. These affiliations provide the opportunity for you to gain real-world practical experience and ensure course material is industry-relevant.

International placements
Explore exciting international study opportunities as a CSU nursing student with overseas clinical placements available. Possible destinations include India, Thailand, Samoa and the Philippines.

Public and private healthcare facilities
From emergency situations to post-procedure care, nurses are needed in public and private hospitals and health...

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Student Reviews

February 2018
Year completed 2016

Negative - lots of theory and not a lot of support

Positive - placement

My advice to future students is: Really give it 100% to get the best results for your future

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