Nurses are integral to the frontline of the COVID-19 response so the world needs nurses now more than ever. With the current challenges the world is facing, there is no better time to start or further your career in nursing.
The Master of Advanced Nursing prepares nurses with advanced knowledge and practice skills to assume responsibility for establishing new professional roles, devising new models of care and leading dynamic changes to nursing practice.
|Duration||18 months full-time / 3 years part-time|
|Closing date (DOM)||15 January 2021|
|Closing date (INT)||20 November 2020|
The Master of Nursing Science is a professional master’s degree that provides exceptional preparation for a nursing career. It is accredited by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.
|Duration||2 years full-time|
|Closing date (DOM)||20 September 2020|
|Closing date (INT)||11 September 2020|
The Master of Cancer Sciences is Australia’s first cancer-specific, 100% online postgraduate degree. Developed in conjunction with the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, students will gain an unprecedented breadth of integrated, cutting-edge, specialist cancer knowledge.
|Duration||2 years part-time|
|Closing date (DOM | INT)||11 January 2021|
If you’re interested in other health-related courses, the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences has over 27 different disciplines of study. Our range of courses include doctoral and master degrees, graduate diplomas and certificates, and specialist certificates.
Why study at the University of Melbourne?
Pursue post-graduate academic and clinical paths with the leaders in Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health programs*
Recognised as a leader in nursing research and education in the Asia-Pacific region and internationally
Industry focussed, many of our courses are professionally accredited by governing bodies in Australia and overseas. Check the relevant course entry for more information
*Times Higher Education (THE) World Rankings 2020.
My name is Chantelle and I studied the Graduate Certificate in Paediatrics, and then the Master of Advanced Nursing Practice at the University of Melbourne. From an early age, I knew that I wanted to have the type of job where I could go to work each day knowing that I had made a difference or impact on the world. I remember when I was in high school, going to visit one of my family members who was in hospital and seeing the nursing staff interact with him. They were so compassionate and caring, and they showed such empathy. That’s when I realised that nursing was my passion and caring for people was what I wanted to pursue.ChantelleMaster of Advanced Nursing Practice