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Study with us in Sydney

Start your career in health sooner with our Fast Track degrees. Come on campus for Taster Days this September

If you want to start your career sooner, study a two year fast-tracked degree in Sydney with the University of Tasmania.

Our Darlinghurst campus offers a Bachelor of Nursing, while the Rozelle campus offers both a Bachelor or Nursing and a Bachelor of Paramedic Practice.

Our first sessions in August filled up quickly so we are reopening the doors to our Sydney campus in Rozelle on Thursday 27 September. We will provide information sessions and demonstrations in our high-fidelity nursing suite so you can learn more about your future career in health.

Nursing Workshops

See firsthand what it is like to work as a nurse with demonstrations in our high fidelity suite, you'll see the number of tasks nurses are required to juggle, and some of the common scenarios they face. After the demonstrations you'll have the chance to speak to our teaching staff and current students to help you decide whether Nursing is the career for you.

Rozelle: Thursday 27 September 5-7:30pm

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Our Nursing Degrees

We offer a two-year fast-track degree 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.

Why study with us?

The degrees we offer at our Sydney campuses are professionally accredited, meaning you will be registered and ready to enter the workforce and start your career.

Our smaller class sizes provide greater access to academics and facilities. Partnerships with local health districts across Sydney mean you will be receiving the best work placements in both rural and metropolitan health care facilities. Here you’ll meet and learn from the health professionals you’ll one day work beside.

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Can’t make it? Don’t worry, there are plenty of opportunities to learn more about a career in health.