Nursing courses

Bachelor of Nursing Monash University

4.0 out of 5 from 4 reviews
Ranked #16 in our University Rankings
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Monash Nursing graduates are sought after worldwide due to the quality of evidence-based teaching and clinical practice experience they receive. The Bachelor of Nursing provides students with the knowledge and clinical skills to provide high-quality nursing care.

You will also have the scope to provide care in multiple settings, including acute care, primary health care, mental health and health promotion. Monash Nursing will prepare you for increasingly complex health care situations in Australia and internationally.

You will gain invaluable skills in clinical decision-making, client care, communication, cultural competence and research, developed through extensive clinical experience in a variety of settings.

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This is underpinned and strengthened by Monash University’s links to world-class medical researchers and major teaching hospitals.

Throughout the course you will connect theory to clinical practice, with plenty of opportunities for clinical experience in diverse settings throughout Victoria. You may also take up the opportunity to study and undertake clinical placements in Sweden or the UK, through our successful student exchange programs.

Your clinical and professional skills will be reinforced through time spent working with excellent mentors and students enrolled in other health science courses (occupational therapy, physiotherapy, paramedic practice, medical imaging, nutrition and dietetics, social work), enabling you to develop the important capacity for interdisciplinary service delivery and inter-professional education.


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Student Reviews

August 2018
Year completed 2010

Positives: Practicality. Some motivational lecturers. Placements

Negatives: Some lecturers were not inspiring or passionate

My advice to future students is: Mental health nursing was not introduced until 2nd year

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May 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: They have rich resources for you to study, such as extra e-materials readings to learn. Also, The tutors and lecturers are very supportive. I had got alot of help from the staff. When I have somethings I want to clarify, for my understanding of knowledge, I will make a appointment or send a email, and they are quit...

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April 2018
Year completed 2016

Mostly theory based and high quality lab classes

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February 2018
Year completed 2016

Friendly staff, good content in each subject
Negative - For tutors to respond more effectively when emails are sent requiring help

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