Bachelor of Nursing

Study Area


Study Level



RMIT University



Course Detail



Intake Time

February & July

Standard Duration

3 Years

About the Course

Graduate with the theoretical and clinical skills to start your career as a registered nurse. Major areas of study include foundational nursing care, acute care nursing, and mental health nursing. Theoretical content is supported with nursing practice laboratories, clinical simulation and clinical practice. Other areas of study include anatomy and physiology and complex care nursing in both acute care and mental health settings with an emphasis on research-based practice. RMIT’s nursing degree prepares you for diverse and complex healthcare environments through academic excellence, innovative research and clinical practice. Major areas of study include: anatomy and physiology community care nursing foundational nursing care continuing care nursing high dependency nursing medical surgical nursing mental health nursing This degree features: clinical practice in each year, in a range of clinical settings across metropolitan and rural areas clinical laboratories, giving you extended access to the labs to practise your nursing skills mental health nursing courses a core indigenous health course professional development support to prepare you for graduate employment


Average Score


7.0 (7.0)

Background Requirements


RMIT University

Institute Ranking

#223 in QS World University Rankings 2021, #15 in Australia

Program Ranking