Nursing courses

Bachelor of Nursing University of Newcastle - UON

4.5 out of 5 from 6 reviews
Bachelor Degree
Newcastle
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
This information aims to provide a summary of the course. If you'd like to find out more, please go here

Course Description

As a registered nurse, you will work in a diverse and fast-paced medical environment to provide quality health care and support to individuals, families and communities. If you have a passion for caring for people and are interested in fulfilling a diverse range of roles in a health environment, then a Bachelor of Nursing at one of three UON locations is for you.

As one of Australia's most trusted professions, nurses make a real difference to the health and wellbeing of the community and are essential within any health care system or facility. This also means nurses are highly employable; your nursing career could take you across Australia and the globe, working in public and private healthcare facilities in areas across a range of disciplines in the health sector. Whichever direction you choose for your career, you can be sure that you will be making a meaningful contribution to society as a registered nurse.

Majors

primary, secondary and tertiary nursing
aged care
mental health
human bioscience

Careers

Aged care
Mental health
Community health
Oncology
Emergency
Immunisation

Additional Information
Be work-ready with 800 hours of clinical experience and accreditation from the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC).


Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Nursing University of Newcastle - UON based on 6 reviews
Rating
4.5
Job prospects
5.0
Teachers
4.33
Course work
4.67
Time worthy
4.0
Money Worthy
4.0



Student Reviews

July 2018
Year completed 2016

Positives: Face to face

Negatives: All online learning with no motivational support. Very few face to face tutorials

My advice to future students is: Be motivated and organised

Read more
July 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives: The fine detail and outline of it all

Negatives: Nil

My advice to future students is: Do this course it's amazing

Read more
April 2018
Year completed 2020

Positives: Lots of help and support for students, laboratories (which are super fun), learning new things, flexibility

Negatives: Demanding, but that is too be expected

My advice to future students is: Push yourself and don’t give up

Read more
April 2018
Year completed 2020

Positives: Having constant leadership from lectures, constant support both in class and online. Positive reinforcement

Negatives: Selection of locations for prac

My advice to future students is: Be willing spend long hard hours studying certain subjects and be willing to travel for prac

Read more
April 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives: Being able to attend clinical placement to experience first hand what the degree is all about

Negatives: The university’s poor organisation and being used as test dumbies for the degree

My advice to future students is: The degree is really worth while and by the time you get into it it should be more organise...

Read more
March 2018
Year completed 2020

The biggest positive is that I'm studying in a field that gets to help people.

My advice to future students is: Be organised

Read more

Explore similar courses in Nursing reviews
Bachelor of Nursing reviews
Australian Catholic University -...
17 Reviews
Bachelor of Nursing reviews
Griffith University
17 Reviews
Bachelor of Nursing reviews
Western Sydney University - WSU
12 Reviews
Diploma of Nursing reviews
TAFE Queensland - QLD
11 Reviews
Bachelor of Nursing reviews
Australian Catholic University -...
11 Reviews
Check out related blogs
Becoming a Nurse – You can do it!
Not sure whether a nursing degree is for you? Check out from a recent graduate about what might suit you and how to approach a placement.