If you’re passionate about helping others, a qualification in nursing offers you the chance to pursue a lifelong career full of passion and purpose.
Be empowered with the knowledge and skills required to practice as a registered nurse across a range of healthcare settings in Australia. Translate theory into practice through our simulated learning environments and experience the latest cutting-edge technology designed to mimic real-life scenarios.
Explore contemporary issues with a focus on leadership, governance and global health issues and graduate in demand and ready for a rewarding career in Australia’s largest and fastest growing industry.
Expand your skills as a registered nurse and boost both your leadership potential and confidence.
Build your skills via our high-tech simulated nursing labs, and on-campus University of Canberra Hospital.
Strong industry connections
Gain unrivalled access and hands-on experience in leading hospitals, healthcare centres, and private practices across the ACT and beyond.
Begin your career while you study with hours of clinical placements across a range of local and regional healthcare settings.
Professionally accredited by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC). Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Nurses work in a variety of roles.
- Registered nurse
- Paediatric nurse
- Oncology nurse
- Operating room nurse
- Aged care nurse
Find out more about health courses.
|Dr Holly Northam||Discipline Lead in Nursing|
|Mrs Kara Allen||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Mrs Lucinda Ashton||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Assoc Prof Kasia Bail||Associate Professor|
|Ms Julie Blackburn||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Mrs Belinda Bredell||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Ms Rachel Campbell||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Ms Rebecca Caulfield||Lecturer|
|Prof Patrick Crookes||Professor|
|Asst Prof Mary-Ellen Doherty||Assistant Professor|
|Assoc Prof Jane Frost||Associate Professor (Education Focused)|
|Mrs Fellon Gaida||Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing|
|Ms Jo Gibson||Senior Lecturer|
|Ms Natasha Halliday||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Mrs Alisa Harriott||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Mrs Courtney Hayes||Lecturer|
|Ms Alicia Hind||Lecturer|
|Ms Kim Hooper||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Ms Fiona James||Lecturer|
|Asst Prof Natasha Jojo||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs Vera Kaak||Lecturer|
|Mr Tim Keun||Lecturer|
|Mrs Elyse Ladbrook||Lecturer|
|Mrs Meredith Leonard||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Ms Naomi Mahon||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Ms Faith Maingi||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Mrs Catherine Mcgrory||Lecturer|
|Asst Prof Amanda McKie||Assistant Professor (Clinical)|
|Asst Prof Rebekah Ogilvie||Assistant Professor|
|Assoc Prof Catherine Paterson||Associate Professor|
|Mrs Steph Perrot||Senior Lecturer|
|Mrs Elizabeth Roberts||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Assoc Prof John Rolley||Associate Professor|
|Ms Kathryn Sainsbury||Lecturer|
|Ms Emily Wallis||Senior Lecturer|
|Miss Alison Wight||Clinical Liaison Nurse|
|Asst Prof Rhonda Wilson||Associate Professor|