Become part of a community that is trained to provide the highest quality health care in Australia and beyond.
With the professionally accredited Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Paramedic Practice you will complete six full-time semesters across two years so you can fast track your way into the workforce as a registered nurse or paramedic.
Our classroom sizes provide greater access to academics and facilities. There is also easy access to public transport to both our Rozelle and Darlinghurst campuses.
Partnerships with local health districts across Sydney and St Vincent's Hospital mean you will be receiving the best work placements in both rural and metropolitan healthcare facilities. Here you will meet and learn from the health professionals who you'll one day work beside.
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Study Fast Track Nursing
Nurses make up the largest health professional group in the world, and a nursing career offers varied opportunities in many healthcare settings and areas such as acute care, addiction, child and family health, community, emergency, mental health, midwifery, oncology – just to name a few.
We offer a two-year fast-track Nursing degree from our campuses in Rozelle and Darlinghurst. As a student, you will work with experienced industry partners including hospitals, local health districts and aged care facilities in Sydney, giving you the hands-on practice that employers value and actively look for in graduates.
On graduation, you will be eligible to apply for registration as a nurse, and ready to begin an exciting career.
Study Paramedic Practice
Paramedics provide care to patients in the community and out of hospital settings. This field demands both highly developed clinical skills and the ability to think critically, even in stressful situations.
We offer a two-year fast-track degree from our Rozelle campus, preparing students with opportunities to learn in simulated environments and in the real world. Students practice in the University's ambulance simulation vans and at various ambulance stations and other specialist health facilities, like hospitals and aged care.
Paramedics are required to treat patients across the spectrum of illness, from motor vehicle accidents and other severe trauma, to complex medical and mental health cases. They work closely with their colleagues, often in situations that are both physically and emotionally challenging.
If you are compassionate, committed and want to make a difference in your community then a career in Paramedicine may be right for you.