National School of Nursing, Midwifery, Health Sciences & Physiotherapy
Graduates are equipped with the expertise, confidence and practical skills to adapt and excel in today’s highly competitive business and law environment.
The School of Nursing, Midwifery, Health Sciences and Physiotherapy brings together varying aspects of healthcare delivery with the aim of developing graduates with a strong service ethos, who are prepared to deliver person-centred care.
Offering fully accredited degrees across Nursing, Health Sciences and Physiotherapy, the School provides the foundational knowledge as well as the practical skills you need to achieve your career goals.
Welcome from Professor Karen Clark-Burg
The School of Nursing, Midwifery, Health Sciences and Physiotherapy offers an extensive range of quality accredited undergraduate, postgraduate and professional development programs that are designed to prepare graduates as healthcare professionals and leaders in the frontline of healthcare and research.
Our School is distinctive for its teaching culture, delivery of quality contemporary education, quality clinical practicum and its pastoral care mission. We are able to do this through the dynamic learning experiences made possible by the teaching staff, the collaborative and strong external partnerships with industry and engagement with alumni and the community. All of our courses are delivered by experienced clinicians and academics ensuring materials and content are evidence based, contemporary and future focused. Our values-based curriculum, strong practical focus and student-centric approach all provide for a meaningful and fulfilling university experience and on graduation, a highly valued and internationally recognised qualification.
I welcome you to explore the many courses available to you, whether you are just beginning your studies, looking to advance your career or returning for further education as alumni. I invite you to contact us if you have any questions about the School, our courses or our research.