PhD Scholarship Opportunities In Transforming Initial Teacher Education for Social Impact

                       PhD Scholarship Opportunities In Transforming Initial Teacher    Education for Social Impact Are you passionate about promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion in teacher education? Do you want to make a meaningful contribution to the field through research? We have two exciting PhD projects that align with your goals! About the Positions We are offering two related PhD projects on the topic of cultural diversity of preservice teachers, a critical area in the current educational landscape. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with renowned supervisors and contribute to the development of knowledge in this field. Project 1:Investigate the professional transition of preservice teachers from diverse backgrounds into their first year of teaching. This project aims to understand the challenges and opportunities that preservice teachers face as they enter the profession. Project 2: Explore how preservice teachers and young people from diverse ba

Become a Nurse in Australia without an Undergraduate Nursing Degree

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Become a Nurse in Australia without an Undergraduate Nursing Degree

Nursing is an important occupation in Australia and one of the courses that support people to make Australia their permanent home using the skilled visas available in Australia.

While many international students desire to undertake nursing, they are sometimes unable to achieve this dream because they do not have an undergraduate degree in nursing.

Do you belong to the category of people without an undergraduate nursing degree and want to become a nurse in Australia? Then you are in the right place.

Arguably, Australia may be the only country that provides you the opportunity to undertake a nursing master's degree without an undergraduate nursing qualification.

There are a few Australian universities which allow you to undertake a Masters in Nursing regardless of your background and discipline. Here are a few to consider:

1. Master of Nursing - Entry to Practice (Queensland University of Technology)

Course overview:
  • Duration: 2 years 
  • "Masters of Nursing—Entry to Practice is recognised by the Australian College of Nursing as satisfying the academic requirements for admission as a professional member. This course is accredited as a Nursing Pre-registration course with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council / Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia"
  • Entry requirements: If you do not have a nursing background, your completed Bachelor's degree or any higher degree must have been completed within the last 10 years. If your degree was awarded more than 10 years ago, you will need 5 years of professional work experience and submit a CV to support your application.
  • Scholarships: There are scholarships available for both domestic and international students.

2. Master of Nursing Science (University of Melbourne)

Course overview:
  • Duration: 2 years full time
  • Entry requirements: An undergraduate degree from any field that was completed not more than 10 years ago. If the applicant's undergraduate degree is more than 10 years old, professional experience of about 5 years will be required.
  • Find out more on how to apply here: 

3. Master of Nursing Practice (Monash University)

Course overview:
  • Duration: 2 years full time
  • Start date: February & July (first and second semester respectively)
  • "Completion of this course qualifies students to apply for registration as a nurse in Australia. Applicants who are already registered nurses in Australia are not eligible for admission to this course"
  • Applicants may also be considered for scholarships of up to $10,000. 
  • To learn about the application process? Click here

4. Master of Nursing Practice (Charles Darwin University)

Course overview:
  • Duration: 2 years full time
  • Admission criteria: "Successful completion of a recognised bachelor's degree or equivalent international qualification in the discipline of health, science, business or law (excluding accounting)."
  • Interested in this course? learn how to apply here.

5. Master of Nursing Practice (Preregistration) - (Western Sydney University)

Course overview:
  • Duration: 2 years full time
  • "Applicants must have successfully completed an undergraduate degree in human biological or behavioural science (equivalent to AQF Level 7), or higher, within  10 years of commencing the program"
  • You can read the academic handbook to learn more.
  • Applicants can apply here.

6.  Master of Nursing (Graduate Entry) - Edith Cowan University)

Course overview:

7. Master of Nursing (Graduate Entry) - (Southern Cross University)

Course overview:
  • Duration: 2 years full time
  • Entry requirements: "Bachelors degree, in any discipline, within the last 10 years and achieved a minimum GPA of 5.0 (a Credit average); and
  • one 12-credit point unit of study in human anatomy /physiology or a related area from any recognised tertiary institution or equivalent as determined by the Course Coordinator."
  • All about the course and how to apply can be found here.

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